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Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, March 4

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• After multiple failed inspections and some problems two of the store’s owners have had filling out paperwork correctly, city officials say they still have some concerns about the business. City of Steamboat now recommending approval of retail marijuana license for Golden Leaf

• The alternative energy option comes as city staff is recommending the council start to devise a new energy purchase and usage policy that could help guide the city’s future energy decisions. Steamboat City Council to consider solar garden proposals Tuesday night

• Steamboat Springs School District may re-administer the world languages survey it issued in 2013-14, because the survey didn’t yield a high number of responses. World languages survey may be readministered at parent-teacher conferences

• High school hockey in Colorado could see a shift from one group of teams vying for a single state championship to two separate classifications — a 4A and 5A type of order. Colorado high school hockey could split into two classes

Joel Reichenberger: Yes, we’ve been following the news

Jimmy Westlake: Looking for Cancer

Steamboat briefs: Republican, Democratic caucuses to be held Tuesday

The Record for Sunday, March 2, 2014


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