Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Dec. 11.

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• A Craig resident accused of murder appeared Monday in Moffat County District Court for an advisement hearing. Leroy Fief, 48, of Craig, is charged in district court with one count of first-degree murder, a Class 1 felony. Craig murder suspect appears in Moffat County District Court for advisement

• Steve Ivancie took over for Diane Mitsch Bush on the Routt County Board of Commissioners on Monday. The former Steamboat Springs city councilman and state House candidate has to get up to speed quickly — his first vote will come Tuesday. Steve Ivancie sworn in as Routt County commissioner

• Izaac Kinnison is glad to be back. The 11-year-old returned to Soda Creek Elementary School on Monday to enjoy his first full day of classes since he left in June to fight a brain tumor. Steamboat's Izaac Kinnison back in class after successful treatment of brain tumor

• It's official: Recreational marijuana use and possession for adults 21 and older is now legal in Colorado. Hickenlooper signs marijuana legalization proclamation for Colorado

The Record for Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012

Yule Log Clue No. 2

Steamboat briefs: City to host Thursday open house about Yampa Street deal

Jimmy Westlake: Here come the Geminids

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