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Top 10 most-viewed SteamboatToday.com stories of the week: April 27 to May 3, 2018

1. Friends, family looking for missing 38-year-old Steamboat resident. 22,343 pageviews.

Friends, family looking for missing 38-year-old Steamboat resident Matthew Shelters

2. Search continues for missing Steamboat resident Matthew Shelters. 9,878 pageviews.

Search continues for missing Steamboat resident Matthew Shelters

3. Search intensifies for missing Steamboat Springs resident Matthew Shelters. 8,630 pageviews.

Search intensifies for missing Steamboat Springs resident Matthew Shelters

4. Routt County judge rules husky at center of fierce custody dispute will remain in Cañon City. 3,460 pageviews.

Routt County judge rules husky at center of fierce custody dispute will remain in Cañon City

5. Few people glimpse 10,700-square-foot home in Emerald Meadows West that sold for more than $3M. 3,000 pageviews.

Few people glimpse 10,700-square-foot home in Emerald Meadows West that sold for $3.7M

6. Scott Franz: A job so nice, I quit it twice. 2,287 pageviews.

Scott Franz: A job so nice, I quit it twice

7. Steamboat couple ‘Bound for Adventure’ during 5-month road trip. 2,020 pageviews.

Steamboat couple ‘Bound for Adventure’ during 5-month road trip

8. Kathy Connell: To the man that says he is ‘an alpha.’ 1,936 pageviews.

Kathy Connell: To the man that says he is “an alpha”

9. Tight supply bumps home prices into $600K range. 1,881 pageviews.

Tight supply bumps home prices in Steamboat into $600K range

10. Scorpion in coffee: The Record for Wednesday, April 25, 2018. 1,745 pageviews.

Scorpion in coffee: The Record for Wednesday, April 25, 2018


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