News for Monday, October 8, 2001



Local come out strong in final golf tournament of season

Thirty-two players showed up last weekend at the Haymaker Golf Course for the final tournament of the season.

Emerald Mtn. group changes its direction

Partnership soliciting buyers who would conserve 6,345-acre parcel

The Emerald Mountain Partnership will not be seeking funds from the public to buy the mountain but will instead try to find potential buyers who would conserve the land. On Monday, the group trying to save the mountain from development unveiled its plan to solicit buyers who are interested in conserving all or significant parts of the 6,345-acre property.

Group allegedly threatened by neighbor

A 52-year-old Steamboat Springs man faces felony charges for allegedly threatening neighbors with a gun in a Sunday night incident police believe was racially motivated.

Alleged drug-growing operation found at CMC

Three Colorado Mountain College students face felony drug charges for an incident that was reported early Sunday morning.

Leaders mull impacts of growth legislation

Routt County Commissioner Nancy Stahoviak will be among 200 housing, banking and community leaders from across Colorado meeting at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort today to talk about the potential impact of new growth legislation.

Council revisits impact fees

The city could take a step tonight toward protecting future affordable developments from new impact fees.

School board hears concerns

The Steamboat Springs School Board heard four major concerns of each School Accountability Committee goals at Monday night's study session.