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Top hurdling form has earned Soroco’s Mattie Rossi more than a state title chance

April 25, 2018 — OAK CREEK —  It's not the times she came up short that drive Soroco High School senior Mattie Rossi, though that'd make plenty of sense. She's made the trip to the state track and field championship three times and is sure to make a fourth

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Women United scheduled to hold Spring Social on May 10

April 25, 2018 — Women United will host a Spring Social from 5 to 7 p.m. May 10 at Bella Vista Estates. Drinks and light hors d'oeuvre will be served. There is a $10 entrance fee, which can be paid at the door. Women United members are asked to

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Novel inspires author to look at her past, repay Utes for something taken long ago

April 25, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Somewhere woven between the many names that paved the way to the Yampa Valley's rich and gritty history, author Christine Sleeter's great-grandfather has a place. His legacy, like so many others of that time, tells the story of a man who came to

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JetBlue adds 3 new destinations to Steamboat’s winter flight schedule

April 25, 2018 — Boston direct to Steamboat

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Smoke possible while ranchers prepare land for growing season

April 25, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Yampa Valley residents might see smoke in the valley this time of year as ranchers prepare their fields for the summer. Some members of the agriculture community rely on the burns to clean up their fields and replace nutrients in the soil.

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Yelling at cars: The Record for Tuesday, April 24, 2018

April 25, 2018 — Tuesday, April 24, 2018 7:21 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of threats at a car dealership in the 2300 block of Lincoln Avenue. It involved two employees, and the situation was mediated. 9:30 a.m. Officers were called to a

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Vail Kozatch: GOP interference in women’s health care is not OK

April 25, 2018 — President Donald Trump's new strategy for health care for women is to re-appropriate tens of millions of dollars that now give preference to groups that stress abstinence and make it difficult for Planned Parenthood to do business. This turns the clock back on women's health.

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Bob Woodmansee: Challenges facing Routt County

April 25, 2018 — The World Commission on Environment and Development in 1987 released a report "Our Common Future," also known as the Brundtland Report that defined “Sustainable development (as) development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” The residents

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Steamboat adoptable pets: BB the cat and Juno the dog

April 25, 2018 — BB is a 12-pound, 8-year-old male domestic shorthair who is a lover to the max. This handsome guy likes to chill by the window and on your lap any chance he can get. He enjoys the simple things in life, like pompoms and teaser toys

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Routt County in photos: April 24, 2018

April 24, 2018 — Check out our latest photos from readers in and across Routt County, and submit your own to share@SteamboatToday.com. See more photos at SteamboatToday.com/photos/galleries. 

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Ikon pass prices set to increase by $100 on Tuesday, May 1

April 24, 2018 — Pricing on Ikon passes is scheduled to increase $100 on Tuesday, May 1. The Ikon Pass, currently $899 for adults, offers unlimited access to Steamboat Ski Area and 11 other destinations plus limited days at 13 additional resorts in the U.S. and Canada. The Ikon

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Spring runoff 2018 in Steamboat Springs defies the odds

April 24, 2018 — Springs runoff defying odds

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What trails are open around Steamboat Springs this mud season? We checked in with some experts

April 24, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Steamboat Springs residents looking to get their hiking legs back in shape don't have to drive all the way to Moab, Utah to find some dry trails during mud season. The trail leading to the Mad Barn just north of Steamboat is

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Restrictions begin Tuesday to conserve water in Steamboat Springs area

April 24, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — After a winter of below-average snowfall, Steamboat Springs water providers have implemented Stage 2 water restrictions that will go into effect Tuesday. The restrictions will impact customers of Mount Werner Water, the city of Steamboat Springs, Steamboat II Metro District and Tree

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Steamboat Springs Chamber CEO: Planning for responsible summer tourism

April 24, 2018 — Spring is here and so is the unpredictable Colorado weather. As much as the weather might keep us guessing, one thing we can rely on is the fact that tourism matters in Steamboat Springs. Tourism creates jobs, enhances the local economy and improves the quality

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Our view: E-commerce vs. brick-and-mortar stores

April 24, 2018 — The news that Amazon.com Inc. has begun collecting and remitting local sales tax to the city of Steamboat Springs on certain online purchases is a welcome development, and it represents a small step toward leveling the playing field for local retailers. City Finance Director Kim

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Upset at taxidermist: The Record for Monday, April 23, 2018

April 24, 2018 — Monday, April 23, 2018 6:12 a.m. Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue firefighters were called to a report of smoke coming from Steamboat Springs Middle School. It was steam coming from mechanical equipment. 9:25 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a

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Elections official hopes sign will leave ‘U’ wondering

April 24, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — If the bright yellow "U" planted in the middle of the courthouse lawn in downtown Steamboat Springs left you with questions then the staff at the Routt County Clerk and Recorder's Office succeeded in getting their point across. Routt County Clerk Kim

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Lawrence G. Keane: Article wrongly blames ammo, hunters as eagles’ biggest threats

April 24, 2018 — The Steamboat Pilot & Today’s recent article "Flourishing or floundering?" about eagle recovery and the use of traditional ammunition would have readers believing that hunting is the single biggest threat to eagle recovery. The truth is hunters have been on the leading edge of bringing

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Brodie Farquhar: Dems need to go bold

April 24, 2018 — I read recently in Huffington Post that Washington, D.C. Democratic leaders are considering using their 2006 theme of charging Republicans with a culture of corruption, cronyism and incompetence. It worked well enough in 2006 to recapture the House and Senate but will it work again

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