Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, April 2 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, April 2

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• While the school district’s financial outlook under Sen. Mike Johnston’s bill has improved since it was introduced last month, the district anticipates the legislation could make future bids for mill levy overrides much more difficult. Steamboat Springs School Board pondering a mill levy override in response to major school finance bill

• The school’s Board of Trustees announced late last week that Head of School Chris Taylor has retired earlier than expected. The Lowell Whiteman School’s leader retires early

• The Steamboat Springs School Board will be asked to approve the calendar before the end of this school year. Steamboat Springs School District seeks feedback on school calendar

• Based on historic trends, building official Carl Dunham said the numbers for January, February and March paint an optimistic picture for the rest of 2013. Routt County building permit valuation up sharply through first quarter of 2013

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• Outdoor track season is under way and lacrosse and tennis are still keeping local athletes busy with their college teams. Routt County collegiate athletes roundup for April 2

• Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Nordic ski jumpers wrapped up their season with a strong showing through the weekend at the Canadian National Championships. Steamboat Springs Nordic skiers finish strong in Canada

Steamboat briefs: Strawberry Park Elementary spring book fair scheduled

Tom Ross: No two mountain towns are alike, and that includes Crested Butte and Steamboat Springs

Joel Reichenberger: Taylor Fletcher’s confidence abundant for new season

The Record for March 31, 2013