Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Nov. 19
Good morning Steamboat Today readers.
• A possible extension to the south of the hyper-popular concrete pathway will be one of the discussions at Tuesday night’s Steamboat Springs City Council meeting. Steamboat Springs City Council to discuss Tuesday possible Core Trail extension
• In a report to the Steamboat Springs City Council, City Manager Deb Hinsvark outlined five options the city could implement until more drivers are on board. Steamboat Springs struggles to hire enough bus drivers to run full winter service
• Two Republicans from Routt County have set their sights on political office with Dave Moloney announcing his intention to run for state House District 26 and Cari Hermacinski filing an affidavit for her intent to run for Routt County Board of Commissioners District 3. 2 Routt County Republicans declare intent to run in 2014
• Former Routt County Commissioner Nancy Stahoviak, who stepped away from her post almost 11 months ago after 20 years as a commissioner, has rejoined the debate about gravel hauling hours at Steamboat Sand and Gravel. Steamboat Sand and Gravel pit owner seeks change to hauling hours
• Newly elected Steamboat Springs School Board members Joey Andrew and Roger Good were officially sworn into office Monday evening, but one seat remains vacant on the five-person board. Steamboat’s new school board members sworn into office
• As part of Children’s Grief Awareness Day on Thursday, the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Colorado will feature special events intended to help children learn how to handle loss. VNA, Boys & Girls Club address grief for Craig, Steamboat youths
• See what some local athletes are achieving in their collegiate careers. Routt County collegiate athlete roundup for Nov. 19
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STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Steamboat Resort will open Tuesday with over 70 acres of terrain including three lifts and 12 trails, according to a release from the resort Saturday.