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Top 10 stories of the past week: Man dies in Steamboat crash; 2 winter storms bring snow to Yampa Valley

Emergency trucks surround the scene of a two-car crash Thursday on Fish Creek Falls Road near its intersection with Third Street, behind Old Town Hot Springs.
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1. UPDATED: Steamboat man dies, 2 others injured after 2-car wreck behind Old Town Hot Springs

2. 2 winter storms to bring accumulating snow to Steamboat starting Tuesday

3. Steamboat residents could see less city snowplowing this season due to staffing issues



4. Certain streets get nixed from Steamboat’s vacation home rental moratorium

A Colorado Department of Transportation plow truck clears snow from U.S. Highway 40 along Rabbit Ears Pass on Wednesday afternoon. Drivers faced tough driving conditions brought on by wintry weather. At least two crashes in the early morning caused a closure for several hours near the highway’s intersection with Colorado Highway 14.
John F. Russell/Steamboat Pilot & Today

5. COVID-19 worse than ever in South Routt, medical official says



6. Change brewing for Storm Peak with new rooftop space, tasting room near resort

7. Helicopter lifts towers onto Howelsen Hill as new chairlift starts to take shape (with video)

8. 20-time Grammy winner to take stage at Strings

9. Expect traffic delays next week as city studies new intersection planned for Downhill Drive

10. Routt County real estate sales total $27M for week of Sept. 24 to 30


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