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Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, March 3

Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• Classic Lifeguard, a medical helicopter service based out of Utah, is planning to fly into Steamboat Springs in March to set up its first Colorado base at Bob Adams Field. New medical helicopter service lands in Steamboat Springs

• Colorado Mountain College is offering a new ski and snowboard business certification program that in the coming months and semester will grow drastically in size. 1st SnowSports Industries America certificate class graduates from CMC

• At Monday’s Steamboat Springs School District Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Brad Meeks and the board will review results from the 2013-14 world languages survey taken by parents and students. School district’s world languages survey yields results but little participation

• The Soroco High School girls basketball team drew 16-5 Sangre de Cristo as its first-round opponent in the state playoff bracket, which was released Sunday afternoon. Rams to take on Sangre de Cristo in 1st round of state playoffs

Thoughtful Parenting: Some ideas to foster happy families and successful kids

Healthy Eating: Cheese-Topped Orange Roughy

Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association: Don’t get stuck without coverage

Monday Medical: The Plunge comes of age

Health briefs: Hospice daffodils sale is March 18

Steamboat briefs: Ski Corp. hosts summer job fair at 2 p.m. Monday

The Record for Saturday, March 1, 2014


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