Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, July 1 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, July 1

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• The lobbying over the revenue could start to die down Tuesday night when the council has a chance to answer two important questions about the tax’s future. Future use of Steamboat Springs’ lodging tax could become clearer Tuesday night

• It barely activated any windshield wipers, but the .01 inches of rain recorded in Steamboat Springs on Sunday was the first measurable precipitation the city has seen in a month. After a drizzle, Steamboat receives 1st measurable precipitation in a month

• Greg Long is running a leg of a coast-to-coast relay that’s a fundraiser to fight cancer. He’s looking for a few friends to help out with the local stage. Running relay set to swing through Steamboat

Deb Babcock: A profusion of color

Monday Medical: How to talk about cancer

Steamboat briefs: Weigh and Win weight loss program starts today

The Record for Saturday, June 29, 2013

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