Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Feb. 17 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Feb. 17

Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• Mainstreet Steamboat is moving its annual Mainstreet Farmers Market from its former Sixth Street location to Seventh Street between Lincoln Avenue and Yampa Street this summer. Annual summer Mainstreet Farmers Market jumping over to 7th Street

• By now, Madeleine Mason and her daughter, Liv, should have wrapped up two days of traveling that have brought them from Steamboat Springs to Monkey Bay, Malawi, Africa along with 16 other members of Steamboat Christian Center. Mission trip brings letters from Soda Creek students to Malawi

• Hayden High School boys basketball picked up its third win of the season and second in a row Saturday, downing 1A De Beque 55-29. Hayden boys basketball picks up 2nd straight win

Monday Medical: Color coding for better nutrition

Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association: Ask yourself or a loved one to be through with chew

Thoughtful Parenting: Why kids should not get rewards for participation

Health briefs: Adult activity and care program offered in Hayden

Steamboat briefs: CPW looking for input on hunting season structure

The Record for Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014

Steamboat to Sochi

• Former Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club member Jarryd Hughes is eyeing a medal in men’s snowboard cross. Snowboard cross athlete Hughes eyeing 1st Olympic event

• Former Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club member Belle Brockhoff crashed in the semifinals of the women’s snowboard cross event, eventually finishing eighth. Brockhoff crashes in snowboard cross semifinals

• Former Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club member Belle Brockhoff is one of the few openly gay athletes at the Sochi Olympics. Brockhoff addresses sexuality after event

• In an Alpine event that Norway absolutely owns, Kjetil Jansrud won a thrilling men’s super-G race Sunday one week after earning bronze in downhill. Norwegian idol Jansrud wins Olympic super-G; Weibrecht, Miller medal

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