Steamboat briefs: Soroco announces semester 3.5 to 4.0 GPA honor roll
Steamboat Springs — South Routt School District RE-3 has announced its second-semester honor roll.
To be named to the honor roll, students must maintain a grade point average between 3.5 and 4.
Students named to the honor roll include the following.
■ Seniors Lucinda Carlson, Mathew Childers, Kali Constine, AshLee Gingerich, Warren Hayes, Eric Logan, Cala McCollum, Briana Peterson, Shannon Ragan, Tanner Tritz Storm Veilleux.
■ Juniors Sarvis Anarella, DaKota Bruner, Cassandra Constine, Morgan George, Kendra Halder, Emma Johnson, Cody Reynen, Danielle Villa and Michaela Villa.
■ Sophomores Schuyler Carlson, Kendall Hood, Ben Kelley, Veda Marshall, Mattie Rossi, Taylor Sanchez and Charlee Veilleux.
■ Freshmen Truman Anarella, Hannah Hayes, Taylor Kirby, Jace Logan, Grace Olinger, Grant Redmond, Joshua Taing, Chloe Veilleux and Kayla Wille.
Information meeting slated for Yampa Street project
The first bi-weekly public information meeting on the Yampa Street Project will be held at 9 a.m. Friday, June 3 at Aurum Food & Wine, 811 Yampa Street.
Representatives from the city and Duckels Construction will provide an update on progress and answer questions.
Sailors graduation set for Saturday at Gardner Field
Graduation for Steamboat Springs High School Class of 2016 will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 4, at Gardner Field. Accessible seating will be available at the stadium.
All graduating seniors are required to attend a rehearsal at 10 a.m. Friday at the high school.
For more information, call the high school at 970-879-1562.
Road closure ends today on Routt County Road 18
Effective today, the temporary closure of Routt County Road 18 from Stagecoach Reservoir dam to Pleasant Valley and Routt County Road 129 from near mile marker 34 (north of Columbine) to mile marker 43 (at Three Forks Ranch) is ended.
The roads are open to all traffic. Be advised that both roads have sections that may require higher clearance vehicles and areas that may be impassable during times of inclement weather.
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