Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, Oct. 9 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, Oct. 9

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• Dozens of ideas were submitted to the city at two well-attended planning meetings and via a website that awarded users with prizes. From disc golf course to more bike trails, ideas for Emerald Mountain Park run the gamut

• Susan and Josh Boles’ new permit for Elk River Guest Ranch allows them to begin hosting road and mountain bike tours as well as weddings. County expands guest ranch permit to include weddings

• The man who was arrested after a standoff at a Steamboat Springs hotel early Sunday morning had been arrested two other times in recent months. Man remains in custody after hotel standoff

• The work is taking place along 210 feet of the Yampa River at the Dr. Rich Weiss Park located next to the Rabbit Ears Motel. Yampa River restoration project begins at Dr. Rich Weiss Park

• On Tuesday, Moffat County commissioners voted to approve a solar panel garden that’s slated to be built in Craig before the end of the year, weather permitting. The project will cost more than $1 million for Clean Energy Collective and take about six weeks. The organization wants to wrap up construction by December, but that largely will depend on weather. Moffat County approves solar garden for Craig

• The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team beat Summit in three sets Tuesday. Steamboat volleyball beats Summit in 3

Our View: Voters should approve Proposition AA

Thoughtful Parenting: Introverts and extroverts

Steamboat briefs: Historic Routt County meeting set for Tuesday

The Record for Monday, Oct. 7, 2013

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