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High-end residences drive $600 million in sales for 2014

High-end residential and large commercial sales drove the recovering real estate market in 2014, resulting in the highest gross volume in transactions for the year since 2008.

Koye Carlstrom: Encourage right projects

In response to the Jan. 20 article, “Routt County Building Department studying possible cut in permit fees,” I would like to propose another option that would be in all of our interests.

Steamboat briefs: Hayden superintenent charged with DUI

Trudy Vader, the Hayden School District superintendent charged with a DUI, was put on administrative leave with pay Friday.

Routt Council on Aging menus for week of Feb. 2

Routt Council on Aging menus for week of Feb. 2

Routt school district lunch menus for week of Feb. 2

Routt school district lunch menus for week of Feb. 2

Eagle Valley marches past Steamboat girls basketball

The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team was outgunned Friday night against a surging Eagle Valley squad.

Sailors boys basketball blows by Eagle Valley

The Sailors boys basketball team had little trouble with visiting Eagle Valley on Friday. Steamboat won, 70-35, and all 15 Sailors players saw valuable minutes.

Soroco girls basketball battles back to beat Vail Christian by 1

The Soroco High School girls basketball team grabbed a wild win Friday night at Vail Christian, overcoming an 18-point first-quarter deficit to win, 67-66.

Hayden girls basketball trounce De Beque

The Hayden girls had no trouble with De Beque, winning Friday night 55-17.

Rams boys basketball unseats Vail Christian

The Soroco High School boys basketball team handed league-leading Vail Christian its first conference loss of the season Friday night, 72-66.

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Sailors hockey pushes back, wins 2nd game

Steamboat Springs High School hockey used a late push and hung on to down visiting Summit on Saturday, 4-2, for the Sailors' second win of the season.

Hayden boys basketball gets in the win column, rout De Beque

Tigers snap season-long 11-game losing streak

The Hayden boys basketball won its first game of the season Friday night, knocking off De Beque, 62-38.

State Rep. Mitsch Bush talks to constituents in Steamboat Springs about health insurance costs

State Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush, D-Steamboat Springs, voted among the majority on the House Health, Insurance and Environment Committee on Thursday in a 7-6 vote to kill a bill that would have repealed Connect for Health.

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City workers improvising to get snow for Winter Carnival street events

City officials are confident they will be able to find enough snow to pack Lincoln Avenue for next weekend’s Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival street events.

Former Steamboat resident accused of child sex abuse

A former long-time Steamboat Springs resident faces charges in Arapahoe County related to child sex abuse of a girl.

The Record for Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015

8:07 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a suspicious car at Hillside Drive and Storm Peak Court. A man had come up to visit from Boulder but did not have a place to stay, so he stayed in his car. He was intoxicated, and there were open containers of alcohol in his car.

Hayden superintended charged with DUI put on administrative leave

Trudy Vader, the Hayden School District superintendent charged with a DUI, was put on administrative leave with pay Friday.

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Steamboat City Council to hear Yampa Street park proposal Tuesday

City staff will present the council with an option to fast track the conversion of the Workman home site into a public park with river access.

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Steamboat heads to annual SIA tradeshow in Denver

The migration is here again. Not geese heading back to town early due to our mild weather, but local ski industry personnel heading to the annual Snowsports Industries America Snow Show in Denver, held this year from Thursday to Sunday at the Colorado Convention Center.

Grant from EPA will help Steamboat Springs develop green strategies

Steamboat is one of 22 communities around the nation that has earned a grant from the EPA this year to help advance its environmental sustainability efforts.

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