Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Oct. 29 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Oct. 29

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• Moots has aggressively expanded its recycling and gone above and beyond in sustainable business practices, and now, it’s been named the Sustainable Business of the Year for 2013. Moots receives award from Steamboat Sustainable Business Consortium

• “There was no evidence she died as a result of any injury in the accident.” – Routt County Coroner Rob Ryg No answers yet in death of Steamboat woman found dead the morning after a car crash

• Fielding’s withdrawal leaves Tony Connell and Clark Davidson vying for the only contested council seat this election cycle. Citing family crisis, John Fielding withdraws from Steamboat Springs City Council race

• At recent meetings, council members have shown they have different views of the raises that aim to ensure city employees here make a wage similar to what other government employees are making in cities comparable to Steamboat. Steamboat City Council expected to discuss employee pay raise plan again on Tuesday

• At Monday night’s Steamboat Springs School District board meeting, members weighed the possibility of adding an official swim team at the high school. Official high school swim team to be decided in 2 weeks

• The four candidates vying for three slots on the Hayden School District School Board will participate in a question-and-answer open forum Tuesday at the Hayden Town Hall. Hayden School Board candidates to speak at open forum

• See what some local athletes are achieving in their collegiate careers. College update: Catching up with Routt County collegiate athletes

Jimmy Westlake: See Venus at her best

Mountain news roundup: Eagle County Regional Airport passenger numbers on downward slide

Steamboat briefs: Emerald Mountain trails are closed for the season

The Record for Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013

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