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Steamboat briefs: City hosts open house today, 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.

The city of Steamboat Springs and the Urban Renewal Authority Advisory Committee (URAAC) will host an open house today from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Torian Plum’s Creekside Room to update the community on improvements planned for the Apres Ski Way and Village Drive intersection.

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Sailor tennis heads into second weekend after successful first tournament

Maybe it was only beginner’s luck for rookie head coach Jack Burger, but the Steamboat Springs High School boys’ tennis team definitely made a good impression in its first tournament of the fall season.

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Tour de Steamboat brings in big numbers for beneficiaries

The 12th annual charity ride brought in $65,000 this year for Routt County Riders, Partners in Routt County, Reaching Everyone Preventing Suicide and the Yampa Valley Sustainability Council.

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Steamboat Springs dog's social media page makes his return to owner possible

Denver bodyguard believes the people who took a young dog named Champ from in front of a Steamboat business likely had a profit motive.

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Steamboat Stage Race rides again this weekend

Event hopes for 400 riders, including 80 pro cyclists

The Steamboat Stage Race hopes not to leave nearly the same footprint as the USA Pro Challenge, but to still offer three days of some of the best road bicycle racing Colorado has to offer.

AUDIO: Segments of Hinsvark interview

During her final hours as Steamboat Springs city manager, Deb Hinsvark, during an interview Tuesday, shared some more details about the investigation into the police department.

The Record for Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015

10:09 a.m. Officers were called to a report of two people smoking marijuana in a car at Little Toots Park. The person who called said there were lots of kids in the area, and the people should find a better place to smoke.

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Hinsvark: Investigator found "paramilitary" culture at Steamboat Springs Police Department

During her final hours as Steamboat Springs city manager, Deb Hinsvark, during an interview Tuesday, shared some more details about the investigation into the police department.

Possible sale of Iron Horse Inn still being negotiated

The council took no action after an executive session on Tuesday night that was called to discuss the potential sale of the property that currently has a defunct hotel next to an apartment complex that houses about 50 tenants.

Golfers keep winning streak alive, headed for Oklahoma

The golfing boys of Steamboat Springs aren’t ready to slow their roll yet.

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Mountain bike team gets strong start

The Steamboat Springs high school mountain bike team, bigger than ever this year, started its season Sunday.

Soccer Sailors hope to pull lessons from OT win

The Steamboat boys soccer team survived a scare at Glenwood Springs on Saturday, thanks in part to Cruz Archuleta's four goals. Now the Sailors hope to win at home, playing at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Steamboat.

Gardening with Deb: Grace your garden with ornamental grasses

Another plant to consider in your Steamboat Springs-area garden is one of the ornamental grasses that grow well here.

Spoke Talk: Beauty in mountain biking

The following essay was composed by Steamboat Springs High School student Cole Sias after she competed in the Colorado High School Cycling League State Championships last fall. Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club trains the Steamboat Springs High School cycling team, which just completed its first race of the season last weekend.

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OSMRE releases Colowyo environmental assessment ahead of deadline

The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement has completed its environmental assessment of Colowyo Coal Mine and issued a Finding of No Significant Impact. Sometime this week, it will issue a mining plan recommendation to the Secretary of the Interior's Office.

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ZEST: Experience Steamboat heritage at Old Town Pub

Known as one of Steamboat's longest-running eating and drinking establishments, Old Town Pub continues to be a local favorite.

Adult League Softball final results

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Our view: City needs to stop stonewalling

It’s been more than seven weeks since Steamboat Pilot & Today reporter Matt Stensland filed a Colorado Open Records Act request for Reports 3 to 5 from the city of Steamboat Springs’ investigation into allegations of police department misconduct.

Finn B. Gerstell: New school needed

We need a new elementary school. Anyone disputing the need for more capacity within our district should tally the current enrollment numbers and then look at the projected growth.

Steamboat briefs: Access control plan public open house Wednesday

The city of Steamboat Springs, the Colorado Department of Transportation, Routt County and the U.S. Forest Service will hold a public open house.