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Top 10 most-viewed stories for the week of July 7 to 13, 2017

1. Protests prompt Senator Cory Gardner to cancel Steamboat meeting, says county GOP chair, 5,160 pageviews

Protests prompt Senator Cory Gardner to cancel Steamboat meeting, says county GOP chair

2. Joe Russo: Increase in summer activity in Steamboat is overwhelming, 4,205 pageviews

Joe Russo: Increase in summer activity in Steamboat is overwhelming

3. Steamboat city councilman raises concerns about illegal pot use at summer concerts, 2,255

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Steamboat city councilman raises concerns about illegal pot use at summer concerts

4. Scheduling change causes Senator Gardner to miss ‘welcoming party’ in Steamboat, 1,758 pageviews

Scheduling change causes Senator Gardner to miss ‘welcoming party’ in Steamboat

5. After lengthy mission, woman rescued from King Solomon Falls, 1,667 pageviews

After lengthy mission, woman rescued from King Solomon Falls

6. Jail Report for July 1 to July 7, 2017, 1,659 pageviews

https://www.steamboatpilot.com/news/jail-report-for-july-1-to-july-7-2017/

7. Hayden dog bit by rattlesnake one of at least 12 animals bit in region this year, 1,530 pageviews

Hayden dog bit by rattlesnake one of at least 12 animals bit in region this year

8. Steamboat residents have reason to “rise” and shine on Wednesday mornings, 1,251 pageviews

Steamboat residents have reason to “rise” and shine on Wednesday mornings

9. Spokesman says Senator Gardner did not cancel meeting in Steamboat because of protesters, 1,174 pageviews

Spokesman says Senator Gardner did not cancel meeting in Steamboat because of protesters

10. Steamboat Bike Park enters e-bike business, 1,133 pageviews

Steamboat Bike Park enters e-bike business


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