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Rabbit Ears crash, avalanche and dangerous Oak Creek apartment peaked readers’ interest this past week

1. Rabbit Ears Pass reopened following crash, Dec. 8, 2,613 pageviews

2. Snowmobilers survive avalanche on Rabbit Ears as slide danger grows in backcountry, Dec. 12, 1,834 pageviews

3. Oak Creek apartment building declared dangerous, Dec. 9, 1,506 pageviews

4. Additional victims come forward in sex assault case, Dec. 7, 1,500 pageviews

5. Area law enforcement conducts drug search at high school, Dec. 12, 1,381 pageviews

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6. Steamboat Springs will continue to lose its middle class if elected officials don’t act on housing, committee warns, Dec. 13, 1,096 pageviews

7. Downtown bar cited for allegedly over-serving patron, Dec. 8, 968 pageviews

8. Steamboat ski legend Jim “Moose” Barrows out of hospital after brain surgery, Dec. 12, 888 pageviews

9. Revised west Steamboat housing proposal going to City Council Tuesday night, Dec. 12, 855 pageviews

10. Man injured in crash was doing work at Yampa Valley Medical Center, Dec. 11, 851 pageviews

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