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Hunters should recognize health risks

Hunters are susceptible to health problems when they're in the backcountry.

Illegal activities? Pay a hefty price

Illegal hunting-related activities include interfering with hunting. This year, Colorado Division of Wildlife officials are looking out for people who "herd" animals by trying to move them onto private property or keep them on private property.

A magical place: Covered Bridge House

Imagine a bridge, water flowing underneath, as the entrance of a home. You can do so in the Steamboat Covered Bridge House, perhaps Steamboat's most renowned luxury home. The house sits on a high point overlooking the golf course at Catamount Ranch and Club with views of the Flat Tops and Walton Canyon. Pam Vanatta of Prudential Steamboat Realty has the home listed for $8.9 million.

Council reviews ballot issues

Voters may face

When it comes to the slew of potential questions to pose to local voters in November, Steamboat Springs City Council members still have a lot of questions of their own.

One Steamboat Place on hold

The developers for One Steamboat Place will have another chance to turn their project around.

Gondola plot to be discussed

One Steamboat Place proposal includes residential, retail space

The Steamboat Springs Planning Commission tonight will review plans for One Steamboat Place, a major development at the base of the Steamboat Ski Area.

Housing initiative passed

County developers offering affordable options will be rewarded

Developers who provide affordable housing in Routt County will be rewarded, officials decided Tuesday.

Voting system demos available

County officials to offer free trials of new machines

Voters who want to learn more about Routt County's new voting system have a chance to try it in person.

County to review dog 'resort'

Kennel would hold 24 dogs, feature music and television

A kennel that the owners say would be a "small, luxury boarding facility" for pets may be built south of Steamboat Springs.

Making housing affordable

County's plan would offer incentives for deed restrictions

Routt County officials are trying to create incentives for people who provide affordable housing within the county.

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