Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, Oct. 10
Good morning Steamboat Today readers.
• When Colorado Mountain College closed its popular nine-hole disc golf course last year for a few months due to fire danger, the campus received plenty of pushback. There was nowhere else to play a round in Steamboat Springs. Disc golf proponents planning new courses in Steamboat Springs
• All City Market and King Soopers stores in Colorado, including those in Craig and Steamboat Springs, have voluntarily stopped selling potentially dangerous chicken. Salmonella fears prompt grocery stores to pull some chicken from shelves
• Rusty Prindle, who has prosecuted cases in Routt County for the past 5 1/2 years, has parted ways with the Routt County District Attorney’s Office. Prindle parts ways with Routt County District Attorney’s Office
• The temperature in town could dip to 33 degrees Thursday night, raising the possibility of some snow accumulation. But it’s at the top of Mt. Werner on the Steamboat Ski Area, where snowfall could be significant. Warmer storm approaches from the southwest, bringing potential for fresh snow on Storm Peak
• The Oak Creek Board will be presented with the town’s 2014 draft budget during its 7 p.m. Thursday meeting. Oak Creek Town Board to be presented with 2014 draft budget
• There’s no room for error this weekend as a number of Steamboat Springs High School sports teams try to fine-tune their records in hopes of qualifying for postseason play. Routt County prep sports weekend preview for Oct. 10
• The Soroco football team puts its perfect record on the line Friday against Rangely in Oak Creek. Soroco football prepares for Rangely on Friday
• The Steamboat Springs 14-and-under coed tennis team scored a second-place finish at the Green Dot Ball National Championships in Las Vegas last weekend, but what the team brought home was bigger than any trophy. Youth tennis scores big in Vegas tourney
• Steamboat Springs’ Miranda Schrock finished seventh in the women’s division of the Blue Sky Marathon on Sunday in Fort Collins. Schrock finishes high in Blue Sky Marathon in Fort Collins
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