Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, Nov. 21
Good morning Steamboat Today readers.
• An Olympic medal can’t be lost in December, and it certainly can’t be won. Still, the quest for those medals will define the U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team’s start to the World Cup season. US Nordic combined team eyeing Olympics as World Cup begins
• The Routt County Board of Commissioners are optimistic enough about the county’s fiscal position this year to plan a two-year $1.5 million paving and repair project on a decaying stretch of Routt County Road 14 used heavily by commuters between Stagecoach and Steamboat Springs. Routt County tackles repairs, paving on busy road to Stagecoach State Park in 2014 budget
• Friends of Crossan’s is dedicated to restoring the historic Yampa grocery store, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Work on stabilizing the building started Thursday. Friends of Crossan’s begins work on stabilizing historic South Routt building
• The latest production from the Steamboat Springs High School theater troupe is a murder mystery that runs through Saturday. ‘Murder in the Knife Room’ opens Thursday at Steamboat Springs High School
• Citizens Hall felt like a courtroom during the 1 1/2-hour hearing as a lawyer representing the landlords for Market on the Mountain said the city should deny the liquor application because the market already is serving the liquor needs in Steamboat’s resort area. Steamboat Springs City Council approves controversial liquor license in resort area
• The air will be full of thanksgiving Thursday night at Library Hall at Bud Werner Memorial Library as the third annual Multifaith Gratitude Celebration will be hosted by Exploring the Sacred. Exploring the Sacred to host 3rd annual Multifaith Gratitude Celebration
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