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Top 10 most-viewed stories for the week of Sept. 17 to Sept. 23, 2015

Story text: 1. Dennis D. Brust: Illegal immigration carries high cost in U.S., Sept. 19, 3,655 pageviews

Story text: 2. Steamboat Springs woman dies in single-vehicle crash Saturday, Sept. 21, 2,271 pageviews

Story text: 3. Boulder police investigating death of former Steamboat Today editor, Sept. 18, 1,961 pageviews



Story text: 4. Steamboat Springs woman dies in single-vehicle crash Saturday, Sept. 20, 1,518 pageviews

Story text: 5. Sarah Bradford: Family against 3A, 3B, Sept. 19, 1,073 pageviews



Story text: 6. Kevin Sankey: Before vote, know facts, Sept. 21, 1,020 pageviews

Story text: 7. Court procedure in Bantle case called into question, Sept. 17, 892 pageviews

Story text: 8. City of Steamboat announces six police chief finalists, Sept. 22, 833 pageviews

Story text: 9. New commercial building underway on west side of Steamboat Springs, Sept. 21, 678 pageviews

Story text: 10. Steamboat’s school bond question one of only a few across Colorado, Sept. 21, 640 pageviews


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