News for Wednesday, October 10, 2001



Runners hoping to catch coaches' eyes at meet

This Saturday's meet in Rangely will be the last time the Sailors cross-country team will compete as a full team this season. After the meet, John Smith and his assistant will have to sit down and determine which runners will represent the school at the regional meet the following weekend at Delta's Confluence Park.

Anyone's game

With Steamboat facing off against Moffat County, anything can happen

At first glance, it might look like the undefeated Sailors' chances are better than good when they face the 2-4 Moffat County Bulldogs Friday night.

Officials deny request to change school bus route

The safest decision is often the decision to do nothing at all, Hayden school board members decided Thursday night.

GHJ&M confirms interest in ski area

A high-ranking official of a company reportedly seeking to purchase the Steamboat Ski Area indirectly confirmed his company's interest Wednesday.

New guidelines set to gauge school performance

State tennis championships, a regional music title and a high graduation rate all tell of a school's performance. But the state's board of education is looking for more concrete numbers in determining a school's success rate.

Johnson's days now limited

The days are dwindling for Thomas Lee Johnson in the Routt County Detention Center. On Wednesday, jail cell 190 in Cellblock E was empty in the facility. For the past 16 months, Johnson has occupied the high-security cellblock for the most part alone.

Middle school student pledges silence

When it comes to doing something to help the relief effort for victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Steamboat Springs seventh-grader Adel Akkad is holding his tongue.