Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, Oct. 17
Good morning Steamboat Today readers.
• Rather than taking his chances at trial, a former Steamboat Springs resident on Wednesday pleaded guilty to distributing cocaine and will serve a minimum of four years in prison. Steamboat Springs cocaine dealer to serve at least 4 years in prison
• The Hayden Town Council on Thursday is expected to hear from an EAGLE-Net representative about the future of high-speed Internet access in the town. Hayden officials to review Internet infrastructure
• With ballots arriving in mailboxes and Election Day fast approaching, voters here have another chance to meet the candidates. Election forum Thursday at The Steamboat Grand
• The city collected 7.4 percent more in sales tax revenue in August compared with the same month last year, which represents an increase of $107,619. Sporting good sales see greatest boost in Steamboat’s August sales tax report
• Diane Carter already has run 14 marathons, but stepping to the starting line on Staten Island next month to begin the New York Marathon might be the most special of them all because Carter will be running to help support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society on behalf of a special friend, Dr. Matt Dudley. Steamboat’s Diane Carter to run New York Marathon to raise money in honor of Matt Dudley
• With one game remaining for most of the local 8-man football district teams, nearly everything remains up in the air. Everything on the line in 8-man football
• The Steamboat Springs High School football team is hoping for a huge home upset while the volleyball and soccer squads are playing in key matchups that could have big post-season consequences. Routt County prep sports weekend preview for Oct. 17
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