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Most-read stories of the week at SteamboatPilot.com

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These were the most-read stories from Feb. 25 to March 3 at SteamboatPilot.com.

1. Routt County turns up heat on illegal short-term rentals

A United Airlines jet takes off from Yampa Valley Regional Airport. Seeing record traffic, officials at the airport are saying the facility could benefit from an expansion.
John F. Russell/Steamboat Pilot & Today

2. Record traffic has Yampa Valley Regional Airport eyeing another expansion



The new owners of Seedhouse Coffee, from left, Alyssa Stauffer, Kendra Lovins, Chase Lovins and Ryan Stauffer will continue to roast coffee in Steamboat Springs out of a small shop located behind Harwigs.
John F. Russell/Steamboat Pilot & Today.

3. Seedhouse’s new owners know value of community and how to make a good cup of joe

4. Ukrainians in Routt County worry about friends, family amid conflict with Russia



YVSC Zero Waste Coordinator Dakota Dolan shows off some of the 8,614 pounds of electronic waste already collected for recycling at the new Yampa Valley Recycles Depot.
Suzie Romig/Steamboat Pilot & Today

5. Yampa Valley Recycles Depot well received used by hundreds

6. Spring-like weather in line for Yampa Valley

7. Court Sports 4 Life receives $350,000 for new pickleball center

8. Polis urges healthy, fully vaccinated people to move beyond COVID

Steamboat Springs resident Nancy Mucklow was all smiles as she speaks at the annual Hazie Werner Award & Snowball Grant reception Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022.
John F. Russell/Steamboat Pilot & Today.

9. Nancy Mucklow follows in Hazie’s footsteps, becomes part of Steamboat tradition

Colorado's new driver's license.
Courtesy photo

10. Colorado unveils new driver’s license design


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