Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, Feb. 27
Good morning Steamboat Today readers.
• Zola Windows is close to three years old but has only been headquartered in Steamboat Springs for a matter of months. Zola Windows designs European-style windows in Steamboat
• Police said the victim of the stabbing was a 17-year-old boy who was trying to protect his mother from the man. The boy sustained a non-life threatening knife wound to the arm. Steamboat Springs man arrested after a stabbing at Dream Island
• Colorado Department of Natural Resources executive director Mike King’s court trial for trespassing lasted just minutes Wednesday afternoon, but it might not be entirely a dead issue. Trespassing case against Department of Natural Resources chief Mike King dismissed
• Meteorologist Joel Gratz of OpenSnow, expects the Steamboat Ski Area to receive snowfall measuring from 1 to 4 inches in each of the 12-hour periods Thursday through Sunday night. Schizo weather ushers February out Steamboat’s back door with forecast for warm snowfall
• Owen Roe winery is gaining recognition for a number of varietals and blends bottled at its winery in the Yakima Valley where the extinct volcanoes of the Cascade Mountains loom in the background. Home Ranch entertains with Yakima Valley winery, Owen Roe
• The goal of the seminar is to outline what responsibilities non-profit’s have to collect and remit sales tax. City of Steamboat Springs hosting free sales tax seminar for nonprofits Thursday
• A preliminary recreation master plan for Oak Creek will be presented at the Town Board meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday. Oak Creek to review recreation master plan update
• Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball advanced to the second round of the state playoffs with a thrilling 40-38 double-overtime win against Sierra on Wednesday night. Steamboat boys basketball advances in state playoffs with wild 2OT finish
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