Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Nov. 18 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Nov. 18

Under some sparse moonlight, eight trail tourists took to Skyline Trail as the conclusion of Yampatika’s 20-year anniversary celebration. The tour provided history of the area and its surrounding plants and animals. Yampatika celebrates 20 years on the moonlit trail

On Wednesday, the Education Fund Board and the Grant Commission will be discussing last year’s money allotment and the lessons they learned. Steamboat Education Fund Board Grant Commission to discuss how last year’s money was spent

The dozens of people who gathered at Colorado Mountain College to try and learn more about the impact Obamacare will have on them and their businesses learned even the experts on the issue still are trying to understand all of the changes. Health insurance experts answer Obamacare questions at luncheon in Steamboat Springs

Steamboat’s Lisa Renee Tumminello set a record in the 6-, 12- and 24-Hour Time Trial Championships in Palm Springs, Calif. Tumminello sets record in time trial championships

It’s been a week since the Steamboat Springs School Board approved official high school swim teams. The process has been full speed ahead, as the girls team opens practice this week. Steamboat girls swim team opens practice this week

Monday Medical: Prevent foot problems from diabetes

Healthy eating: Cauliflower Dijon

Health briefs: Tobacco users urged to quit during Great American Smokeout on Thursday

Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association: Teaming up to help children cope with grief

Steamboat briefs: Annual Holiday Dessert Bake-Off is Monday at CMC

The Record for Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013

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