Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Oct. 21 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Oct. 21

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• For Lori Schneider, Steamboat Springs represents a completed circle. The 56-year old former Steamboat teacher — then Lori Whitehead — isn’t nearly finished, however. Former-Steamboat teacher returning to tell life-changing story

• This year, Steamboat Springs High School and Steamboat Springs Middle School are implementing a brand-new health curriculum with the help of a $40,000 state-funded grant. Middle school and high school students get new health curriculum

• The Community Health Fair at the Boys & Girls Club of Steamboat Springs will kick off Red Ribbon Month, which features four events all designed to heighten awareness on prescription drug abuse and promote healthy lifestyles. Community Health Fair to kick off Red Ribbon Month

• Classes will resume on regular schedule Monday for The Lowell Whiteman School after evacuating the campus last Friday amid a threatening email, allegedly from a former student. Classes to resume Monday at The Lowell Whiteman School

• The Steamboat Springs High School soccer team got the news it was looking for Sunday. The Sailors are going to the 4A state playoffs after drawing the No. 29 seed. Playoff bound: Steamboat soccer draws No. 29 seed

• The Soroco High School volleyball team lost on Saturday, unable to duplicate a win against North Park from earlier in the season. Soroco volleyball falls in final regular season game

Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association: No flu for you

Monday Medical: The heart is not lonely at cardiac rehab

Health briefs: Community health fair kicks off anti-drug campaign

Gardening with Jane McLeod: In mint condition

Steamboat briefs: Whiteout Volleyball Club meeting is Monday at library

The Record for Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013

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