Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Oct. 7 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Oct. 7

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• Before Tuesday morning, Lynn Abbott said her quest to find her daughter’s family a better health insurance plan was herculean. Launch of new health insurance marketplace already changing lives in Routt County

• A standoff at the Ptarmigan Inn ended early Sunday morning. Standoff ends in Steamboat early Sunday

• The popular Soup Bowl Supper returns to Steamboat on Wednesday. Soup Bowl Supper returns to Steamboat

• Around 20 students from the CMC class “College 101” spent a couple days last week cleaning up campsites near Buffalo Pass that are notorious for attracting messy, college-aged partiers during the summer. Colorado Mountain College class gets outdoor lesson on camp cleanup

• On Sunday at Gardner Field, boys and girls lacrosse players from grades four through 12 competed in the second-annual Steamboat Chumash Challenge. It was a way to get in some conditioning and even familiarize some with the game. Prep athletes get a taste of lacrosse in the fall

Gardening with Deb Babcock: Can we really grow pumpkins here?

Monday Medical: Making sense of breast cancer surgery options

LiveWell Northwest Colorado: Becoming the healthiest county in the state

Health briefs: Medicare Part D open enrollment meetings scheduled in Routt County

Steamboat briefs: Free winter coats given out in Hayden this week

The Record for Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013

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