Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Sept. 30 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Sept. 30

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• More than 200 photos on display at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort served as a solemn reminder of the ultimate sacrifices made by Colorado soldiers. Military families seek safe place to heal in Steamboat Springs

• Nominees are being solicited for this year’s businessperson, business and young professional of the year. Nominees sought for Navigator Awards

• The annual Quick and Chainless Downhill Mountain Bike Race was postponed a day due to weather, but the conditions on Sunday at the Steamboat Ski Area proved to be perfect for the 50 riders on hand. Conditions ‘perfect’ for downhill mountain bike race

• Runners from toddler age to seniors took on trails in a multi-distance race at Hahn’s Peak on Sunday morning. All ages race around Hahn’s Peak for Wildflower Loop event

Monday Medical: Allergens spread by autumn winds

Jane McLeod: Borage will give character to garden

Steamboat briefs: Coffee and a Newspaper is Wednesday at Pilot office

The Record for Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013

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