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Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Sept. 23

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• A new-to-town sports event company is hoping to put a little color into Steamboat Springs, and its next attempt will bring out the whole rainbow. Color Run set to splash into Steamboat next month

• The Bust of Steamboat returns on Saturday. Bust of Steamboat returns

• It’s homecoming week in Hayden as local students will be holding a weeklong black-and-orange celebration in anticipation of Friday’s high school football game and Saturday’s volleyball match, both against the Rangely Panthers. Hayden homecoming week will paint town black, orange

• The Steamboat Springs High School tennis team capped a strong weekend on Saturday at a Littleton tournament, and now the squad is preparing for its final homestand of the season. Steamboat tennis shows well in weekend tournament

• A big Friday night of football and the summer’s final Steamboat Springs Running Series race defined the weekend for Routt County sports. Weekend sports roundup for Sept. 23

Monday Medical: New surgical technique resolves hip pain

Gardening with Deb Babcock: Use garden pesticides safely

Steamboar briefs: Biomimicry presentation on bears, tribes is Tuesday

The Record for Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013


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