Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Feb. 3 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Feb. 3

Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• At North Routt Community Charter School, students are learning a little differently. Its 81 students are on “expeditions” and meeting state standards in ways not normally found on campuses nationwide. Expeditionary Learning changing the way NRCCS students meet standards

• The next nutrition seminar Feb. 11 will focus on cardiovascular health. Natural Grocers expands reach in community with cooking lessons, nutrition seminars

• At least in one Steamboat Springs household on Sunday the "big matchup" didn't have anything to do with Peyton Manning. Sibling rivalry highlights tennis tournament

• Both the Steamboat and Hayden high school wrestling teams had strong weekends heading into Wednesday’s Routt County Triangular. Steamboat, Hayden wrestling teams shine

• Without coach Mike Luppes, the Tigers continued to deal with the injuries that defined the early portion of its schedule and lost twice — on Friday, 45-36, to Rangely and Saturday, 65-45, to Meeker. Luppes-less Tigers trying to build stamina

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