News for Thursday, October 4, 2001

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State school report cards continue to be delayed

If students have been telling parents they haven't gotten their school's report card, their not trying to hide bad grades.

Gravel pit may see additional life

The Routt County Planning Commission approved to extend the permit for a gravel pit south of Steamboat Springs but made a cut to its operations.

Construction on 131 almost complete

A summer's worth of road work and delays on Colorado 131 should wind down next week, just in time to relieve stress on county roads.

Buying a mountain

Catamount Ranch development partners in running with ski area suitors

Tim Mueller confirmed Thursday that he and his wife, Diane, are in the running to purchase the Steamboat Ski Area.

BRIEF POINTS

'Beyond the face' ending The Mixed Media Painting School of Steamboat Springs presents a mixed-media exhibit "Beyond the Face" through Sunday at the Depot Art Center.

Sonar invades the Wolf Den Tavern

They claim they're from an underwater planet called Aquatari. They claim they're colorful vibrations of energy that slipped into human bodies when they came to Earth.

NIGHTLIFE

Today The Love Cowboys play rock-a-billy at the Tugboat. The Tugboat is located at 1860 Ski Time Square, 21 and older only. Call 879-7070 for more information.

Signs promote end to apathy

Hayden residents have been seeing some signs of the time lately. Signs that read "Hayden Let's take back our town" are popping up around town, on homeowners' front lawns and businesses' front yards.

Council may put raises on hold

With virtually every department likely to take a hit next year in the city's budget, the City Council wants to show that it's willing to accept some cuts as well.

Soccer team rebounds with 8-2 win over Moffat County

The members of the Steamboat Springs boys soccer team put on an offensive show Thursday night in the team's final regular season home game.

Hayden board seeks safe crossing for children

In order to improve the future safety of both pedestrians and motorists in Hayden, town officials agreed on Thursday night to look at changing the flow of some of its streets.

Second to none

Sailors tennis team captures 4th regional title

Even for a team that previously had won three regional championships, Thursday was a day of firsts for the high school boys tennis squad as it captured its fourth title, sweeping all seven spots on its way to state.

Weaving techniques explored

Beth Banning of the Steamboat Springs Arts Council couldn't predict her ninth-grade art teacher would end up being her mother-in-law years later.

A Taste of Autumn

Chefs prepping their kitchens for those hearty winter meals

Although Steamboat is experiencing unusually warm weather and blue skies in the first part of fall, chefs in the Yampa Valley are looking ahead to a change in their cuisine for the next six months.