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Top 10 most-viewed stories for the week of Oct. 13 to Oct. 19, 2016







1. Steamboat Springs City Council president under fire after being hit with 2nd ethics complaint, Oct. 14, 1,463 pageviews

2. Steamboat Springs restaurateur plans to open new concept in former bistro c.v. space, Oct. 17, 916 pageviews

3. Chuck McConnell: Trump will make America great again, Oct. 19, 808 pageviews



4. Classic apres ski restaurant, the T Bar, asks city for five more years, Oct. 13, 717 pageviews

5. Most Eligible Bachelor: Jacob Custer, Oct. 13, 693 pageviews

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6. 3 horses killed after being hit by truck on South Routt highway, Oct. 18, 634 pageviews

7. Bob Dapper: Critical decision-making key for county, Oct. 13, 556 pageviews

8. Most Eligible Bachelorette: Meg Palumbo, Oct. 13, 499 pageviews

9. Ed MacArthur: Amendment 69 would fund massive bureaucracy, Oct. 17, 469 pageviews

10. Steamboat Springs High School graduate trades in poles for paddles as she heads off to college, Oct. 17, 466 pageviews


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