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Top 10 most-viewed SteamboatToday.com stories of the week: May 4 to May 10, 2018

1. Steamboat Springs man still missing after 2 weeks. 6,390 pageviews.

Steamboat Springs man still missing after 2 weeks

2. New owner of Steamboat business doesn’t mind getting up early to cook doughnuts. 3,947 pageviews.

New owner of Steamboat business doesn’t mind getting up early to make doughnuts

3. $7,500 reward now offered for whereabouts of Steamboat resident. 2,764 pageviews.

$7,500 reward now offered for whereabouts of Steamboat resident Matthew Shelters

4. Steamboat business owner hoping to plant ‘Seedz,’ branch out with new restaurant. 2,759 pageviews.

Steamboat business owner hoping to plant ‘Seedz,’ branch out with new restaurant

5. ‘Steamboat cultivated me:’ A thank you letter from the late Chris Johns. 2,085 pageviews.

‘Steamboat cultivated me:’ A thank-you letter from the late Chris Johns

6. Routt County real estate transactions: April 27 to May 3, 2018. 1,666 pageviews.

Routt County real estate transactions: April 27 to May 3, 2018

7. Storm baseball team gets ‘thrown out’ trying to find host ‘homes.’ 1,465 pageviews.

Storm baseball team gets ‘thrown out’ trying to find host ‘homes’ in Steamboat

8. Kathy Connell: To the man that says he is ‘an alpha.’ 1,465 pageviews.

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

9. Off-leash dog sprayed with wasp spray: The Record for Saturday, May 5, 2018. 1,314 pageviews.

Off-leash dog sprayed with wasp spray: The Record for Saturday, May 5, 2018

10. Colorado Sen. Randy Baumgardner stripped of committee positions. 1,072 pageviews.

Colorado Sen. Randy Baumgardner stripped of committee positions in wake of new harassment report


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