Briefs for Nov. 11
Fund established for baby’s medical bills
A fund has been established in the name of Ryan David Wyatt to help his family with expenses incurred because of medical complications the newborn has developed.
Wyatt is the son of Rod and Carol Wyatt of Steamboat Springs. The infant was born Oct. 27 at Yampa Valley Medical Center but had to be flown to Denver on Oct. 30 because of heart and lung complications. The infant is in stable condition at St. Luke’s Presbyterian Hospital. Anyone wishing to assist the family may do so through contributions to the Ryan David Wyatt fund at Vectra Bank in Steamboat Springs.
Veterans affairs office will have special hours today
The Routt County Veterans Affairs Office will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Schubring-Cruse Post 4262 in Steamboat Springs. The special hours at the VFW offer a chance for veterans to learn more about the VFW, American Legion and Routt County Veterans Affairs Office and the services those agencies offer to veterans.
High school presenting ‘Little Shop of Horrors’
The Steamboat Springs High School presents “Little Shop of Horrors” at 7 p.m. Nov. 18 to 20, and at 2 p.m. Nov. 20. Tickets are on sale at Celebrations, All That Jazz and the Steamboat Springs High School box office. General admission tickets are $10, and Steamboat Springs High School students’ tickets are $5 with an Activity Pass.
applications due Monday
Applications for designation to the Routt County Register of Historic Properties are due in the County Commissioners’ Office by 5 p.m. Monday and will be reviewed by the Routt County Historic Preservation Board at its quarterly meeting at 5 p.m. Dec. 8 in the Commissioners’ Hearing Room of the Routt County Courthouse. For applications or questions, call Dee Bolton at 879-0108.
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STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The snowfall has been lacking so far this season causing the Steamboat Resort to move back its start date to Dec. 1 due to a “well below average” snowpack.