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Steamboat's 2013-2014 ski season saw measurable snow on 88 mornings

The best powder day of the season at mid-mountain arrived Dec. 23 with 13.5 inches, which landed in the midst of a six-day run ending Christmas Day that saw 27 inches accumulate at Thunderhead.

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Seed exchange program sprouts at Hayden library

Spring is in the air at the Hayden Public Library where patrons have been given access to a variety of free seeds to plant in their gardens.

Gardening with Deb Babcock: Itching to work in the garden?

With hints of spring in the air, many of us who enjoy gardening are itching to get out and start working in the garden. Should we? Not yet, unless you want to do a little clean up and pruning of trees that haven't leafed out yet. It's too early to start digging around in the soil.

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Sew What brings new life, adds years to Steamboat residents' wardrobe

Local shop has been making alterations, repairing clothing for more than 30 years in Steamboat Springs.

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Tom Ross: Logging a season's worth of powder tracks at Steamboat Ski Area

Steamboat skier Soren Jespersen records all but a handful of the season's runs with the help of GPS app and Google Earth.

Chelsea's Chinese restaurant makes mountain comeback

Daryl Levin sold Chelsea’s in the late-1990s, but he’s now looking to resurrect the Chinese-food restaurant and its reputation of cuisine worth traveling for.

Tales from the Tread: From bear hunt to Broadway

Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp is a hidden gem in Strawberry Park and is renowned for promoting creativity in the arts. To celebrate the camp’s 100th anniversary, the Tread of Pioneers Museum opened the exhibit “Creativity in Motion: Celebrating 100 Years of Perry-Mansfield” in June 2013.

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Heritage Christian students set to perform semi-annual musical

Heritage Christian School first- through sixth-graders are putting on a Western-themed play titled "Jonah's Druthers," which will be performed at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.

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Y.E.S. Golf Tournament offers early registration break, chance to help local students

The deadline for early registration for the Y.E.S. Golf Tournament is quickly approaching.

What could go where Staples is leaving?

By mid-June, the commercial real estate at Pine Grove Road and Mid Valley Drive will be empty and in need of a tenant.

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Jimmy Westlake: A late Easter this year

Have you ever wondered why the date of Easter Sunday hops around from year to year? Sometimes it falls in March and sometimes, in April. In fact, Easter Sunday can come as early as March 22 or as late as April 25.

Thoughtful Parenting: Forming healthy digital habits

Recently, there has been a rash of articles in the news about the use of screens with children. The opinions range anywhere from banning all screens for children younger than 12 to handing babies a tablet to use independently. With all of this competing information, how is a parent supposed to decide what’s best for their child?

Monday Medical: April is occupational therapy month

Occupational Therapy — you may have heard of it, but do you actually know what it is? Occupational therapists are an integral member of a rehabilitation team. In honor of Occupational Therapy Month, we thought we would shed some light on this lesser-known profession.

Steamboat transit to change over to summer hours

The Steamboat Springs Transit will to change over to summer hours on Monday.

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Camino a la Copa: La cancha para nosotras: The field is ours

Dunia Gallardo was born into a world filled with paradox. And now, at 22, she is a paradox herself. Dunia was born in an indigenous territory called Coto Brus, in the mountains of southern Costa Rica. Her family are Ngöbe, a people whose language is passed down orally but is not written.

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Karma Bar and Lounge hosts grand opening in downtown Steamboat

Karma Bar and Lounge will have its grand opening Friday in the basement space under Rootz on Lincoln Avenue.

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Steamboat Golf Club ready to open for the season

The Steamboat Golf Club plans to open its doors Saturday ushering in the 50th anniversary of the popular 9-hole course west of Steamboat Springs.

Steamboat Stinger registration opens

The Steamboat Stinger mountain bike race will return to Emerald Mountain in downtown Steamboat Springs this summer, August 16 and 17, and organizers expect the fourth-annual event to fill up with the same blazing speed the previous three versions have.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Captain America’ sequel weaker but still packs a punch

When your job used to involve throwing a red, white and blue hunk of metal at a bunch of Nazis, it’s understandable you might feel a little out of place in modern society. But as “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” shows, there are always enemies to be defeated.

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Strings Music Festival tickets to go on sale Wednesday

Tickets for the 27th annual Strings Music Festival go on sale to the public Wednesday.

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