Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Dec. 2 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Dec. 2

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• Tuesday’s Steamboat Springs City Council meeting will focus on the new pay plan for city employees as well as the individual roles for those who will serve on the 2A steering committees. Steamboat Springs City Council to discuss pay plan for employee salary increases

• Opening weekend conditions at the Steamboat Ski Area were some of the best in recent memory, and the forecast is calling for even more snow and the season’s coldest conditions to date. Opening weekend conditions welcomed; more snow on its way

• The wrestling teams of Routt County high schools don’t return with all the experience that they have had in past years, but coaches of the tree area teams are excited and confident nonetheless. Routt County wrestling teams eager to start season

• The U.S. Nordic combined Ski Team placed seventh Sunday in a team relay event at the World Cup, capping two days of competition that were hampered by the team’s poor jumping. Jumping results slow US Team at World Cup

The Record for Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013

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Homelessness linked to mental health

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LiveWell Northwest Colorado: Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables during wintertime

Monday Medical: Know your knees

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