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  • Steamboat Radio News - Shannon Lukens

    Two wildfires in West Routt County are under control. The Indian Run Fire burned about 170 acres. It’s about 16 miles southwest of Hayden, and is at about 85 percent containment. The Mill Creek 2 Fire burned a little over an acre on private land, about five miles east of Hayden. It’s near Wolf Mountain. Those fighting the fires include all Routt County fire districts, the U.S. Forest Service, hotshots from the Bureau of Land Management, and a wildland crew from South Dakota.

    Property values have gone up in Routt County. The total assessed real property value is at $1.25 billion dollars, which is up about 10 percent from last year. Structures and land are assessed every two years in Colorado.

    The kids in Steamboat Springs are back in school. John Miller had his first day a school Tuesday as well. Miller is the new School Resource Officer with the Steamboat Springs Police department, who has been assigned to the Steamboat Sailors. The school has had a Resource Officer since 1997, working with Steamboat Police and the high school community.

    Soroco High School is sending a finalist to the National FFA Proficiency Awards. Senior Bailey Iacovetto was one of only four teenagers chosen nationwide to compete in the “Outdoor Recreation” category. Iacovetto is also the Soroco FFA Chapter president and reigning Routt County Fair Queen. The 92nd annual National FFA Convention and Expo is in Indianapolis in October.


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