Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, Oct. 31
Good morning Steamboat Today readers.
• Steamboat Springs Police Department officers used graffiti on a pumpkin to link a man to several cases of tagging that occurred Tuesday night. Steamboat police use pumpkin to link man to graffiti
• The council voted unanimously to have its Parks and Recreation Commission discuss the proposal Nov. 13 before it is brought back to council. Steamboat Springs City Council wants to take 2nd look at plan allowing snow bikes at Howelsen Hill
• Scott Ford and either Tony Connell or Clark Davidson will have to hit the ground running Nov. 12 and help a deeply divided council approve a budget. New Steamboat City Council members poised to have big impact on employee pay, police station funding
• The staple of Halloween in Steamboat Springs, the Downtown Halloween Stroll, is from 5 to 7 p.m. in downtown. Downtown Halloween Stroll, variety of holiday events Thursday night in Steamboat
• A man who set off bottle bombs in Oak Creek in November has been sentenced to serve 18 months at Mesa County Community Corrections. Oak Creek bottle bomber sentenced to 18 months in community corrections
• Routt County employees learned this week that effective Jan. 1, they will receive a 2 percent cost-of-living pay increase, their first since salaries were cut in spring 2009 in the midst of the Great Recession. And employees also will be caught up with the annual salary steps on which they missed out while salaries were frozen. Routt County approves raises for employees who weathered recession wage cuts
• The Sailors will play their final game of the season at 7 p.m. Friday in Delta. Steamboat football hoping to round out season on high note
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STEAMBOAT SPRINGS – Both voluntary and mandatory seasonal closures for big-game winter range began Tuesday and are in place until April 15 in the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest.