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1. Multiple ‘roofie’ reports in Steamboat likely to go unsolved

An artist rendering of The Commons Food hall was done by Doro Architecture. Once complete, the renovated space will house a variety of eateries and a bar under the same roof.
The Commons/Courtesy image

2. Work begins on The Commons, Steamboat Springs’ first food hall

3. Police: Warrant issued after teacher found cocaine in elementary student’s jacket

4. Coloradans will now automatically be charged $29 for a state parks pass when they register their cars

5. Lake Powell to dip below target elevation

6. Buccino recusal raises question whether second homeowners should have a voice in short-term rental debate

Randy Weber, middle, with brother Geol Weber and family friend Kelly Williams prior to the two-time Olympian’s double organ transplant on Feb. 23. Geol donated his kindey and Kelly donated 60% of her liver to the former ski jumper from Steamboat Springs.
Randy Weber/Courtesy

7. Two organ donors aid former Olympian from Steamboat Springs

To foals stand together in a pen at Pathfinder Regional Park in Florence where 73 horses rounded up in the Sand Wash Basin were up for auction.
Dylan Anderson/Steamboat Pilot & Today

8. Branded: First 72 horses from last year’s record Sand Wash Basin roundup get new homes

Mid Valley is a parcel of land along U.S. Highway 40 that is currently the home to several fire hydrants. According to early plans for the project, it could eventually have 200 units.
Dylan Anderson/Steamboat Pilot & Today

9. Early plans for Mid Valley project have 200 units both rental and for sale

10. Interstate 70 closed WB through Glenwood Canyon

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