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The Record for Monday, July 25, 2016

12:26 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of loud noise in the first block of Cedar Court.

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Author Sureva Towler recalls her favorite Northwest Colorado history books

A person could spend the better part of a lifetime amassing, reading and appreciating a collection of Western history books to the likes of those in the personal library of the prolific author Sureva Towler of Steamboat Springs.

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Storm Peak Climb makes riders wonder

Many of the riders who take part in Steamboat Springs’ Town Challenge Mountain Bike race series buy season passes for the eight-race circuit. That may be a good thing for a race like Wednesday’s, a grinding climb to the top of Steamboat Ski Area.

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Parks and rec commission to oversee competition for excess lodging tax revenue

If community interest in the unspent lodging tax revenue is as strong as it was three years ago, the parks and recreation commission will oversee quite the competition.

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Our view: Permanent kindergarten funding fix

"We applaud the school board for seeking a way to find a long-term solution for making all-day kindergarten free for all students." — Editorial Board

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Tour of new food bank, expanded thrift store gives insight into LiftUp of Routt County's growth

LiftUp of Routt County is hoping its latest expansion helps the organization meet community needs now, and in the future.

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Glenwood Canyon rock mitigation to send traffic through Steamboat, Craig this week

Some traffic will be rerouted through Steamboat and Craig. Drivers heading west from Eagle County should first drive east to Wolcott, head north on Colorado Highway 131, turn west on U.S. Highway 40 in Steamboat Springs, then south on Colorado Highway 13 in Craig and on to Rifle. Drivers headed east can take Highway 13 up to Craig and get on U.S. Highway 40.

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Dr. Rosanne Iversen: Patient care declining

"We can passively allow the insurance industry corporations to dictate quality of care, or we can stop complaining and choose the cooperative model that is available to us through ColoradoCare (Amendment 69)." — Dr. Rosanne Iversen

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Laura Case: Shame on dog owner

"While enjoying breakfast with my son at The Shack, we noticed a beautiful, yellow lab locked in a black Honda Pilot." — Laura Case

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Colorado Master Gardeners: Spreading dogbane — weed or wildflower?

In David Whiting’s “The Science of Gardening,” landscape weeds have many definitions, including: plants growing where they are unwanted, visually unattractive plants, plants that pose a health or safety hazard and plants that displace more desirable plants in the garden.

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Steamboat briefs: Cocktails with Council set for Tuesday at Carl’s Tavern

Join Steamboat Springs City Council members for Cocktails with Council from 4:45 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at Carl’s Tavern, 700 Yampa St.

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Bureau of Land Management sets public hearing

The Bureau of Land Management will hold a public hearing to discuss the use of motorized vehicles in administration of wild horses in Colorado from 6 to 7 p.m. Aug. 4 at the Grand Junction Field Office, 2815 H Road.

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Routt County Fair seeking Baled Hay Contest entries

The Routt County Fair is accepting entries for the 2016 Baled Hay Contest. Alfalfa and grass hay will be accepted.

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Friends of Crossan’s annual auction sold out

The Friends of Crossans' third annual Call of the Wild Auction, set for July 30 at the Antlers Cafe and Bar in Yampa, is sold out.

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Search and Rescue accepting applications for membership

Routt County Search and Rescue is accepting applications for new members.

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YVSC to host Talking Green Tuesday

Yampa Valley Sustainability Council will host July’s Talking Green, titled Green Drinks, beginning at 5 p.m. today at Mountain Tap Brewery, 910 Yampa St.

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Chief Theater VIP membership drive underway

The VIP membership drive for the Chief Theater is now underway.

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UYWCD schedules board meeting July 27

Upper Yampa Water Conservancy District will hold a board meeting at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 27, at the District Office.

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John F. Russell: Olympic-sized memories something to hold onto

Twenty years after placing fourth at the Olympic Games, Steamboat Springs Olympian Annie Kakela prefers to focus on the positive side of her experience.

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Spring Creek dam in need of costly repairs or replacement

The city of Steamboat Springs will soon have to decide whether it wants to spend as much as $1 million to replace a dam and preserve a pond at one of its most idyllic parks.

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