News for Monday, September 24, 2012

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Catching up with local collegiate athletes for Sept. 24

Here's a roundup of what's going on with Routt County athletes competing at the collegiate level.

Joel Reichenberger: Hayden, Soroco football series will grow

Don't judge Soroco on one lopsided game against a great Hayden squad, and don't count out this series as a great one going forward.

The Record for Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012

12:25 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a drunk person in the 1400 block of Bob Adams Drive.

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Steamboat Springs officials report no wireless interference from new water meters

As they ramp up efforts to replace thousands of old water meters in Steamboat Springs with new wireless models, city officials are reporting their new technology is producing the expected benefits without causing any interference with wireless Internet connections.

Hayden slips to No. 7 in Denver Post football poll

The Hayden High School football dropped one spot to No. 7 in the most recent Denver Post 8-man football poll despite beating undefeated Soroco on Friday night, 49-7.

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Jimmy Westlake: The harvest moon illusion

The first full moon of autumn traditionally is called the “harvest moon.” Watch for that big harvest moon to rise over the eastern mountains.

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Hayden enters new era of traffic control with digital speed signs

The two new signs installed last week on U.S. Highway 40 already are slowing down motorists driving through Hayden's residential zone. And soon, Hayden's police department will be able to tap into the signs for data.

Steamboat winter sports athletes shine in Australian camp

Local snowboarding coach Jon Casson went down under to help coach the Australian National Team. A number of local athletes competed well.

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Preps roundup: Hayden football team took a big step Friday

It was a weekend of separation for the high school fall sports teams in Routt County, and no team took a bigger step forward than the Hayden High School football team. In case you missed it, here's a wrap-up of what happened all around the local schedule as well as a look ahead to another important week.

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Tom Ross: Finding power landscapes in remote Utah canyons and plateaus

When the harvest moon rises Saturday night, we could be waiting in the Devil's Garden along Hole in the Rock Road.

Steamboat Springs School Board meets tonight

Board members will get a close-up look at how Steamboat's public schools fared in the state's accreditation process.

Commissioners interview four to fill out term of Routt County Treasurer Jeanne Whiddon

Jeanne Whiddon's combined annual salary at the county for her dual roles as treasurer and public trustee is $71,000.

Rain, but no snow in overnight forecast for Steamboat Springs

The official weather measuring site for Steamboat Springs puts September precipitation to date at 0.51 inches, well behind the pace that would result in the average 2.19 inches for the month, according to the National Weather Service.

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Casey's Pond Senior Living hires marketing officer

Casey's Pond Senior Living will provide a range of living accommodations for residents who live independently as well as for those who can benefit from supportive services.

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Sept. 24

Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association wants to grow its war chest, the snow predictions for Steamboat don't look good and Deb Babcock talks about a local favorite shrub.