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Erik Soine takes a selfie that includes his wife, Rebecca along with his four children as they wait for their Delta flight to Atlanta to depart at the Yampa Valley Regional Airport in Hayden during the weekend. The flight was scheduled to take off Saturday afternoon and the Soine family finally left for home Monday afternoon, March 7, 2022.
Courtesy photo / Erik Soine

1. Delta flight leaves passengers stranded, extremely unhappy with response

The small peak known as Squaw Mountain just south of the Wyoming boarder is on a list to be renamed.
U.S. Geological Survey/Screenshot

2. Mountain in Routt County on list to be renamed

Developer Ted Hoffmann is joined by Mountain Bluebird Farm owners Noah Price and Sydney Ellbogen on property in Hayden where they are planning to create an “Agrihood” that incorporates housing with a working farm and community garden.
John F. Russell/Steamboat Pilot & Today

3. Developer hopes new idea will blend Hayden’s agricultural heritage with new growth

4. Man shot by Routt County resident in recovery after being released from hospital, DA says

The city of Steamboat Springs placed this building and an adjacent parcel of land on the market Tuesday, March 8.
Steamboat Springs/Courtesy

5. Steamboat puts firehouse land on market makes hires for new city hall fire station project

6. Steamboat moves forward on short-term rental tax, fees

7. More that 650 names on interest list for 90-unit Sunlight Crossing

Past snow drawings on Rabbit Ears Pass.
Courtesy photo / Bud Werner Memorial Library

8. Snow art will spiral through Rabbit Ears Pass this weekend

9. Report: Drought places Colorado’s forests communities in jeopardy

10. Focus group ponders how to power Brown Ranch

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