Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Dec. 9
Good morning Steamboat Today readers.
• Storm Peak Brewing Co. recently signed a lease and should be open by the end of April. Storm Peak Brewing Co. finds spot in Steamboat
• Steamboat Springs School District was recognized for the fourth straight year as one of the top districts in the state. Three of the districts’ schools also received high honors at last week’s Colorado Department of Education awards ceremony. Steamboat School District again honored among state’s best
• Grady Turner started incorporating healthy food in the classroom when he noticed childhood obesity was on the rise. Soda Creek Elementary School teacher using healthy foods in lesson plans
• Colorado Gives Day is back for its fourth year running, starting at 12:00 a.m. Tuesday. It is a 24-hour online fundraising event for nonprofit organizations, and this year, 12 Routt County nonprofit groups are participating. Colorado Gives Day includes 12 Routt County nonprofits
• Routt County Search and Rescue was able to pull two lost snowmobilers to safety near Buffalo Pass Sunday morning. Search and Rescue safely finds Buff Pass snowmobilers
• The Elevation Dance Studio’s second production of “The Nutcracker” opens with its first of three shows at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Steamboat Springs High School theater. ‘The Nutcracker’ returns to the Steamboat stage
• Serina Kidd’s maintained momentum to her strong start to the season Saturday and Sunday, the 17-year old Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club athlete logging two strong results at College Spectacular FIS U races in Loveland. Kidd lays down 2 more good performances
• It was only the first wrestling tournament of the season, but the results for Routt County wrestlers were huge and coaches can only hope it’s a sign of things to come. Hayden, Steamboat teams shine in Middle Park
• The U.S. Nordic combined Ski Team got a jolt Sunday as Bryan Fletcher and Todd Lodwick combined to finish 10th and 11th in Norway. Fletcher, Lodwick grab strong finishes in Norway
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