Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, June 4 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, June 4

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• A stiff breeze ruffled international flags set out as if a World Cup skiing competition was about to take place as mourners gathering at Steamboat’s historic Howelsen Hill to remember Asher Lesyshen-Kirlan, 9. Hundreds of mourners gather at Steamboat’s Howelsen Hill to remember Asher Lesyshen-Kirlan

• The five-year-old error has teachers, and some school board members, worried the current salary schedule is deterring some staff from continuing their education and earning a master’s degree. Steamboat Springs School District negotiating with teachers to fix oversight in pay schedule

• An energy services company told the district Monday night that by using a system called energy performance contracting, it could pay for capital projects that improve the energy efficiency of its buildings with the substantial savings the projects generate. Steamboat Springs School District weighs plan to improve energy efficiency of its campuses

• Monday night’s Fish Creek kayak race finished off an intense weekend of river fun in Steamboat Springs. Kayak racers cap big river weekend in Steamboat Springs

• A new committee met last Thursday to discuss a gun ordinance that would make it mandatory for Craig residents to own rifles. New committee meets to discuss mandatory gun ownership in Craig

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