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Top 20 most-viewed stories of 2014

1. Missing Steamboat Springs woman’s body found, Nov. 22

2. Police think carbon monoxide poisoning was a factor in deaths, Nov. 22

3. Police ask for help in finding missing Steamboat Springs resident, Nov. 20



4. 9-year-old boy dies in North Routt snowmobile accident, Jan. 1

5. Steamboat mother could face homicide charge for 3-year-old’s death, March 28



6. Rabbit Ears Pass reopens after fatal crash; deceased woman ID’d, Oct. 10

7. Founders of new food delivery business in Steamboat Springs were involved in travel company scam, Dec. 2

8. Seasonal Steamboat Ski Area employees will no longer receive health insurance from Intrawest, March 20

9. Steamboat Summer Concert Series announced, March 28

10. New charge filed against Steamboat Springs mom in death of 3-year-old son, April 2

11. Mother gets 22-year sentence for death of 3-year-old son, Nov. 5

12. Judge unseals arrest warrant for Steamboat mother whose 3-year-old died, April 15

13. Unusual arrests made during Steamboat MusicFest, Jan. 7

14. Steamboat Springs man found dead in remote canyon in Northeastern Utah, Feb. 3

15. Missing Forest Service employee’s body found in crashed truck on Buffalo Pass, Aug. 12

16. Election Day 2014 live updates, Nov. 4

17. Some details about fatal snowmobile accident released, Jan. 3

18. Father and son arrested in Oak Creek after allegedly assaulting men with wooden boards during robbery, Jan. 27

19. Wendy’s closing after long run in Steamboat Springs, Oct. 29

20. Era of the Super Pass: Vail’s ‘transformative’ purchase of Park City issues a challenge for destination ski resorts like Steamboat, Dec. 8


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