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Reminder serving lunch until 1:00pm today in the Grand Café : Bring your pass to receive your discount. 

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CAFÉ LUNCH MENU

Salads

Caesar- Chopped Romaine hearts, croutons, shredded Parmesan cheese and house Caesar dressing ~ $8,  Add Chicken ~ $6

 

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Added by Laura MacKinnon on September 15, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments

SafetyWise and Joe Nicholls' Forecast for Monday, September 15, 2104

Ladies & Gents,

We have gone 16 days since our last day lost to a work related injury.

The pattern today is similar to yesterday with a slightly unstable air mass and we'll see a couple of showers or a thunderstorm scattered throughout the area this afternoon. There are a couple of showers over northern Utah, but the precipitation isn't reaching the ground. An area of low pressure will approach the West Coast over the next couple of days, then move inland at the end of the…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 15, 2014 at 8:41am — No Comments

SafetyWise and Joe Nicholls' forecast for Friday, September 12, 2014

Ladies & Gents, 

We have gone 13 days since our last day lost to a work related injury.

A very chilly morning, but we should have a couple of days with lots of sunshine, then clear at night and just an awesome time on the mountain. A tiny bit of moisture will lead to some clouds on Sunday and Monday afternoon with a slight chance of an isolated shower. I think it'll be the end of the week when we see a chance of a stronger surge of moisture and a higher chance of…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 12, 2014 at 8:30am — No Comments

Ladies & Gents,   We have gone 12 days since our last day lost to a work related injury. An area of low pressure over Montana will be moving southeastward and push a much cooler air mass into the are…

Ladies & Gents,  

We have gone 12 days since our last day lost to a work related injury.

An area of low pressure over Montana will be moving southeastward and push a much cooler air mass into the area tonight and tomorrow. We should see plenty of sunshines through the coming weekend with the air mass gradually warming up. We'll see a gradual increase in moisture next week with a chance of showers and thunderstorms by the second half of the week. The northeast gradient will…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 11, 2014 at 8:21am — No Comments

9-10-14 News Clips

El Niño winter likely this season

Record levels of rain fell between Monday and Tuesday

Collin McRann - The Telluride Daily Planet

As of Wednesday winter is officially 102 days away, and it could be a good snow year in Telluride if predictions are correct.

According to the Climate Prediction Center, an El Niño weather pattern is expected this winter, which could mean more snow for the Telluride area. However, even without the predictions,…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 10, 2014 at 4:26pm — No Comments

Job Openings - September 10, 2014

REGULAR (9 TO 11 MONTH) OR YEAR ROUND…

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Added by Laura MacKinnon on September 10, 2014 at 12:30pm — No Comments

SafetyWise and Joe Nicholls' Forecast for Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Ladies & Gents,

We have gone 11 days since our last day lost to a work related injury.

The back edge of the clouds is moving across the area now, and we should see a lot of sunshine today. A fairly strong cold front, at least for this time of the year, will drop southward through the Rockies tomorrow and be off to the east on Friday. Our winds will turn to the north tomorrow evening, then to the northeast by midnight and on through Friday morning. There's really not much…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 10, 2014 at 8:37am — No Comments

SafetyWise and Joe Nicholls' Forecast for Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Ladies & Gents,

We have gone 10 days since our last day lost to a work related injury.

It should be fairly wet today, and the radar shows a fairly solid band of rain over western Colorado and back into eastern Utah. The upper level system is still back over northeast Nevada and this will have to clear the area before we begin to dry out, and that will likely be tomorrow morning.  There is a fairly strong push of much cooler air southward, mainly east of the Rockies and into…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 9, 2014 at 8:30am — No Comments

9-8-14 News Clips

Attendees stranded in Colorado after Budweiser's Whatever USA event

Jesse Paul - The Denver Post

Travelers trying to make their way home Sunday from Budweiser's Whatever USA — or Crested Butte — faced serious hindrances after a weekend of beer-drinking and partying.

Attendees reported missing their flights, long waits at the airport and missed connections.

"There's literally 1,000 young drunk/hungover kids in this Gunnison, Colo. airport that's…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 8, 2014 at 12:14pm — No Comments

SafetyWise and Joe Nicholls Forecast for Monday, September 8, 2014

Ladies & Gents,

We have gone 68 days since our last day lost to a work related injury.

The satellite images show a fairly significant increase in moisture into Utah and Colorado over the last 24 hours, and there are showers and a couple of thunderstorms with some moderate to locally heavy rain to the southwest of us, near Meeker. I think the greatest coverage and rainfall will be tomorrow when we could see some moderate to heavy rain. We dry out late tomorrow night, and…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 8, 2014 at 9:00am — No Comments

9-5-2014 News Clips

More air service comes to Montrose

 

Most passengers who land in Montrose head to resorts in winter

Collin McRann - Telluride Daily Planet

The Montrose Regional Airport will see a jump in air service this winter with service to major airports across the country. On Wednesday, the Colorado Flights Alliance announced that this winter there will be a 20 percent increase in flights landing in Montrose. The new flights will be coming from places such…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 5, 2014 at 10:41am — No Comments

SafetyWise and Joe Nicholls' Forecast for Friday, September 5, 2014

Ladies & Gents,

We have gone 65 days since our last day lost to a work related injury.

Joe Nicholls: The weak low pressure that was left behind over California brought some moisture northward yesterday and will continue to supply a fairly moist and unstable air mass today and tomorrow. It seems like most of the activity will be in the afternoon and early evening today and tomorrow. A little break on Sunday, then a more significant increase in moisture on Monday and Tuesday,…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 5, 2014 at 8:42am — No Comments

9-4-14 News Clips

Steamboat Ski Area creates new meeting room for private ski, snowboard lessons

Tom Ross - The Steamboat Today

Steamboat Ski Area is making preparations this fall to provide some of its best customers with a meeting area devoted to private ski and snowboard lessons.

The longtime multi-day pass ticket sales area will be remodeled to give skiers and riders taking private lessons a private lounge where they can rendezvous with their instructors, ski area…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 4, 2014 at 10:30am — No Comments

SafetyWise and Joe Nicholls' Forecast for Thursday, September 4, 2104

Ladies & Gents,

We have gone 64 days since our last day lost to a work related injury.

What initially seems like a fairly innocent forecast, is anything but, with several pieces in motion. There's a system exiting the northern Rockies and moving into the Plains with a fairly weak cold front back across central Wyoming and into northern Utah. A weak area of low is back over California, and a pretty decent surge of moisture coming up through Arizona. This moisture has moved…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 4, 2014 at 9:02am — No Comments

Steamboat Job Openings - September 3, 2014

REGULAR (9 TO 11 MONTH) OR YEAR ROUND…

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Added by Laura MacKinnon on September 3, 2014 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Aspen snowfall outlook slightly above normal for coming winter Collin Szewczyk - The Aspen Daily News   While the Aspen area is forecast to see typical snowfall amounts this winter, skiers and snowbo…

Aspen snowfall outlook slightly above normal for coming winter

Collin Szewczyk - The Aspen Daily News  

While the Aspen area is forecast to see typical snowfall amounts this winter, skiers and snowboarders may want to wear an extra layer when heading out early on powder days due to predicted cold temperatures.  

According to a long-range forecast by aspenweather.net, a weak El Nino weather system will hang over the region, bringing with it average to…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 3, 2014 at 1:18pm — No Comments

SafetyWise and Joe Nicholls' Forecast for Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Ladies & Gents, 

We have gone 63 days since our last day lost to a work related injury.

Low pressure has moved into the Pacific Northwest, and will continue eastward across the northern Rockies through tomorrow, then southeastward into the Plains on Friday with the southern portion of the system clipping us. We'll see an increase in the winds today, but should be sunny and warm. A slight chance of a late afternoon or early evening shower or thunderstorm tomorrow, then a…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 3, 2014 at 9:11am — No Comments

9-2-14 News Clips

PCMR v. Talisker: mediation extended until Sunday morning

Jay Hamburger - The Park Record

Park City Mountain Resort and Talisker Land Holdings, LLC agreed to extend their mediation discussions until Sunday morning, the third time the two sides have widened the window for the talks.

The deadline is 10 a.m.

Ryan Harris, the 3rd District Court judge presiding over the case, ordered the sides into mediation in June in an attempt to settle the…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 2, 2014 at 11:42am — No Comments

SafetyWise and Joe Nicholls' Forecast for Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Ladies & Gents,  

 We have gone 62 days since our last day lost to a work related injury.

Another cool start, but should be another awesome day on the mountain. There is an area of low pressure near Vancouver Island this morning and will move into the Pacific Northwest later today and across the northern Rockies tomorrow. A weak piece of the system remains over California into the weekend with another low pressure merging with it early next week and it'll move across the…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on September 2, 2014 at 8:47am — No Comments

8-29-14 News Clips

Council decides Whatever will happen in Crested Butte

Nancy Lofholm - The Denver Post

Whatever is going to happen in Crested Butte next weekend, it was officially decided Thursday night after a week of heated debate.

The Crested Butte Town Council unanimously approved a special-use permit Thursday evening that allowed Bud Light to take over Elk Avenue for a $500,000 payment (up from an orginal $250,000) to the town. Bud Light will paint it blue and throw…

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Added by Kent Kirkpatrick on August 29, 2014 at 11:51am — No Comments

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