Kristi Mohrbacher

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Triple Crown could stay

City officials are working on contract details

City officials could buy some time to negotiate a long-term contract with Triple Crown Sports.

City resolving sign code issue

Crackdown results in discussion of notification process

A recent crackdown on violators of the Steamboat Springs sign ordinance has prompted discussion between realtors and city officials to change the notification process for people in violation of the code.

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Big weekend for busy buses

Record summer for Steamboat Springs Transit

It's a record year for Steamboat Springs Transit, and this weekend is predicted to be the busiest of the summer.

Livability index funding debated

City Council hesitant to commit to portion of cost

The importance of the Routt County Livability Index wasn't disputed by the Routt County Board of Commissioners or the Steamboat Springs City Council during a joint meeting Monday, but the cost of the information was.

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Boy faces amputation

Tyler Johnson, 10, fights undiagnosed disease at The Children's Hospital

When a healthy 10-year-old gets sick, most parents don't expect it to change the child's life forever. But that may be the case for Tyler Johnson of Steamboat Springs.

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Revving to race

Mustang Roundup allows drivers a lap on the course

It's hard to hear anything over the rumble of the '66 Ford Mustang GT 350 poised at the starting line.

AprÃs Ski Way to close as redevelopment continues

Construction of a roundabout at Mount Werner Circle and AprÃs Ski Way is 30 percent complete and should be finished by Sept. 15, project coordinator Joe Kracum said Thursday.

Bears face sturdier trash cans

City tries to discourage conflicts with receptacles in public parks

Hungry bears will have a tougher time filling up on trash in Steamboat Springs city parks.

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