News for Friday, October 12, 2001



Candidate stops in Steamboat

Democratic candidate for governor Rollie Heath swung through Steamboat Springs Friday, as part of a campaign tour through Northwest Colorado.

Man pleads guilty to criminal mischief

Six months after Richard Lillingstone-Hall broke the cheekbone of a former co-worker in a drunken rage, the Australian man apologized in court for his actions.

Sailors send 'Dogs running

Steamboat football team dismantles Moffat County at Bulldogs' homecoming

It might have been Moffat County who put on the fireworks display before starting its homecoming game, but it was Steamboat's Joey Marias who sparked four touchdowns for a 29-8 win.

Forest Service destroys yurt

The U.S. Forest Service removed an illegal structure built in the Routt National Forest, north of the Steamboat ski area.

Children reach out

Steamboat students want to send a message of peace to Afghanistan

Theo Dexter has received his share of unusual orders. The owner of Lone Oak Studios said he doesn't mind going to great lengths to make signs for his customers.