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Top 10 most-viewed SteamboatToday.com stories of the week: April 13 to April 19, 2018

  1. Orthopedic surgeons partner to create new combined practice in Steamboat. 4,375 pageviews

Orthopedic surgeons partner to create new combined practice in Steamboat

2. Former Steamboat teacher suspected of burglarizing bike shop. 2,924 pageviews

Former Steamboat teacher suspected of burglarizing bike shop

3. Storm creates white-out conditions on Rabbit Ears Pass. 2,795 pageviews

Storm creates white-out conditions on Rabbit Ears Pass

4. Why mud season is secretly the best — as told by Steamboat locals. 1,923 pageviews

Why mud season is secretly the best – as told by Steamboat locals

5. Routt County treasurer withholding tax money from Steamboat after error found. 1,886 pageviews

Routt County treasurer withholding tax money from Steamboat after tax error discovered

6. Amazon starts collecting local sales taxes on orders shipped to Steamboat. 1,662 pageviews

Amazon starts collecting local sales taxes on orders shipped to Steamboat Springs

7. Steamboat business owner has issues with pot shops being stuck in West Steamboat. 1,658 pageviews

Steamboat business owner has issues with pot shops being stuck in west side of town

8. PHOTO GALLERY: 2018 Cardboard Classic at Steamboat Ski Area. 1,643 pageviews

PHOTO GALLERY: 2018 Cardboard Classic at Steamboat Ski Area

9. Craig police, school district investigating shooting threat. 1,643 pageviews

Craig police, school district investigating shooting threat made on high school by two students

10. Routt County real estate transactions: April 6 to 12, 2018. 1,620 pageviews

Routt County real estate transactions: April 6 to 12, 2018


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