Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Feb. 25 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Feb. 25

Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• The report by Sixel reveals there may be potential for more flights that meet the needs of visitors headed for Steamboat and the mix of leisure and business travelers who might change their current habit of driving to Denver to catch economical flights to distant cities. Potential lies in targeting the 85 percent of air travelers who leave the Yampa Valley to catch a flight

• During a special meeting Wednesday, the Steamboat Springs School District Board of Education will vote whether or not to refinance two general obligation bonds, which could save taxpayers more than $500,000. Steamboat School Board to look at refinancing $12.7 million in bonds

• A phone scam requesting debit card numbers is targeting First National Bank of the Rockies customers. Phone scam targets First National Bank of the Rockies customers

• Instead of spending time and energy in “Wonderland,” thinking about the future of the market, I suggest we focus on some easily recognized investment opportunities. Tuesday’s Talking Green event hopes to get people out of “Wonderland”

• Four Steamboat Springs girls youth hockey players were selected to their respective All-League teams this weekend, including one unanimous selection. 4 Steamboat girls named to MSGHL All-League team

• Of the four Routt County 2A District 5 boys and girls basketball squads, the Soroco girls are the only team that will host a district tournament play-in game Tuesday. Soroco girls host Tuesday; all other 2A teams travel for district tournament’s 1st round

Jimmy Westlake: Canis Minor — playing 2nd fiddle

Steamboat briefs: Editor elected to serve on press association board

The Record for Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014

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