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Steamboat Springs Stage Race wraps up Monday

Sunday’s ride in Steamboat sets standings for racers

On Sunday, Scott Moninger grabbed control of the Steamboat Springs Stage Race by winning a 70-mile stage in the men’s pro category. He leads the overall race by 41 seconds, ahead of Nathan Wilson and Chris Carr.

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Bull riders thrill Steamboat Springs crowd

PBR Rocky Mountain Bull Bash a hit in 7th season

Dakota Beck, a cowboy from Moses Lake, Wash., knows how to get off a bull in style. Riding Sunday in the Professional Bull Riding Rocky Mountain Bull Bash in Steamboat, he left two bulls in equally jaw-dropping style, flying from the beasts’ rumps as if shot from a cannon.

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Luke Graham: The curse of Paul Posluszny

It’s that time of year where I tell you the Buffalo Bills again won’t make the playoffs. For the record, the last time my team made the playoffs, I had just gotten my driver’s license and the Music City Miracle/forward lateral took place.

Steamboat briefs: Alive at 25 driving class open to public, students

Steamboat Springs High School students who want to park a vehicle on campus or apply for open campus privileges in the 2011-12 school year are required to take a 4.5-hour Alive at 25 defensive driving course.

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Oak Creek community comes out for festivities

Town hosts Labor Day barbecue

In an open field in Oak Creek’s Decker Park, Paul and Ellen Bonnifield did something they try to do every Labor Day weekend. They danced. The Bonnifields and about 40 other South Routt community members gathered at Decker Park on Sunday night for a barbecue hosted by the Historical Society of Oak Creek and Phippsburg.

The Record for Sept. 3

The Record for Sept. 3

County Agenda for Sept. 5 and 6

County Agenda for Sept. 5 and 6

Deb Babcock: Plant Select tested plants for altitude

Demonstration garden at Yampa River Botanic Park

Each year, a few plants are chosen as the best of the best for gardens in the high mountains of Colorado through a cooperative program of the Denver Botanic Park and Colorado State University in conjunction with greenhouses and nurseries throughout the Rocky Mountain region and beyond.

Monday Medical: 24 years and going strong

Annual Rubber Ducky Race hits Yampa River on Saturday

I remember it well. The year was 1988. It didn’t require much conversation to elicit an enthusiastic chorus of “yes,” and thus our own Yampa River Rubber Ducky Race was born.

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New champion takes crown at Chuck Wagon Chili Challenge in Steamboat

Smoky red takes down reigning green chili champion

A new chili champion was crowned Sunday in Steamboat Springs, and only one mouth separated the winner from the runner-up. At the Mainstreet Steamboat Springs’ Chuck Wagon Chili Challenge, Adam Mackey’s Big Smokey Red chili took the People’s Choice award with 100 votes.

10k at 10,000 Steamboat Springs Running Series results

10k at 10,000 Steamboat Springs Running Series results

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200 runners test Rabbit Ears Peak race in Steamboat Springs

10K at 10,000 a treat for Nordic athletes

More than 200 runners came out for the annual 10K at 10,000 Steamboat Springs Running Series event. Nicholas Sunseri torched the 10-kilometer course in 42 minutes, 5.91 seconds, breaking away early and holding the lead the entire route.

FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 11-163

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Town Hayden Deepe Zone Change

TOWN OF HAYDEN COUNTY OF ROUTT, STATE OF COLORADO NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS & MEETING ON PROPOSED ZONING CHANGE FROM R1: PUD TO O: OPEN ON 174.07 ACRES IN THE TOWN OF HAYDEN.

Tax Payers Bill of Rights (TABOR) amendment, the Steamboat Springs City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE In accordance with the Tax Payers Bill of Rights (TABOR) amendment, the Steamboat Springs City Clerk

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA CITIZENS' MEETING ROOM, CENTENNIAL HALL, 124 10TH STREET WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2011, 5:00 P.M.

(BRISTOL HOTEL) #MEM-11-07DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION

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Straight Stripe Painting Inc. FINAL PAYMENT will be made

Straight Stripe Painting Inc. that FINAL PAYMENT will be made on, or after, September 23, 2011.

NOTICE OF FINAL PAYMENT

NOTICE OF FINAL PAYMENT Notice is hereby given that work for the OWNER on the 2011 Routt County Chipseal Project, is essentially complete

Foreclosure Deed #11-62

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