Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, Sept. 6
Good morning Steamboat Today readers.
• The 20-page plan lays out the estimated costs and potential funding sources for several types of improvements ranging from more sidewalks on Oak Street to a new paid parking system. New report outlines potential costs of downtown revitalization efforts in Steamboat Springs
• The Routt County District Attorney’s Office has filed formal assault charges against a Denver man after an incident Sunday night at a downtown Steamboat Springs bar. Denver man charged with assault after incident at Steamboat Springs bar
• With the demand for services on the rise, Integrated Community is holding a fundraiser Saturday to raise awareness about the organization and to celebrate the different cultures that call the Yampa Valley home. Integrated Community holding inaugural fundraiser to raise awareness, celebrate cultures
• The Sailors got their first team win of the season Thursday, using three forfeit victories to break a 2-2 tie with Durango. Steamboat tennis squad wins for dual
• For the second time in as many games, the Sailors battled into the second overtime, this time taking down league foe Eagle Valley in the game’s final minutes. White pushes Sailors soccer past Devils in 2OT
• The Vail Christian Saints on Thursday won their home opener, 25-18, 25-19, 25-16, against Soroco at the Wheeler Athletic Center in Edwards. Vail Christian beats Soroco volleyball
• For the second day in a row, Steamboat Springs High School golf suffered a narrow loss to Grand Junction, which carded a 224 team total, just five strokes ahead of Steamboat’s 229 in the Sailors Invitational at Haymaker Golf Course on Thursday. Steamboat again edged by Grand Junction at home tournament
• The Yampa Valley Crane Festival returns to the valley this week and includes sunrise cranes viewings through Monday. Crane Festival returns to Steamboat for 2nd year
• MB Warner painted 30 portraits of animals in 30 days to raise $3,000 for the Routt County Humane Society. MB Warner’s animal portraits benefit Routt County Humane Society
• In aviation, you need a great amount of horsepower before you can take to the skies, an apt analogy for the ingenuity needed to make a movie soar. Sadly, in that department, the well-meaning “Planes” can’t seem to get itself off the ground. The Bock’s Office: ‘Planes’ a low-flying kiddie film
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