News for Tuesday, October 23, 2001

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Sailors enter playoffs

Volleyball team to battle at districts

By 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, the sounds of a hard-working volleyball team could be heard ringing through the hallways outside Steamboat Springs High School's main gym.

District 2 candidates look to learn from mistakes

Ken Brenner and Paul "Loui" Antonucci remember a time when more than just their debates were heated. Antonucci and Brenner, opponents in the race for District 2, were roommates 27 years ago when Antonucci first came to Steamboat and worked at the Storm Meadows Condominiums.

Commissioners OK gravel pit extension

The Routt County Board of Commissioners granted an extension to a company for a longtime gravel pit in the south Yampa Valley.

Local volleyball teams off to regionals

Basement-dwelling Hayden and Soroco volleyball teams are looking for new life in Saturday's 2A Western Slope volleyball tournaments at Eagle Valley High School.

Honoring the best

Business leaders to be recognized at ceremony

The local business community will gather to honor its best Saturday night when the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association and Steamboat Pilot & Today present their annual Navigator Awards for the business leader of the year and business of the year.

Nominees sought for Leckenby Awards

The Tread of Pioneers Museum is accepting nominations for the Leckenby Pioneer Awards and the Stanley L. Larson Awards to honor people who have had a prominent influence on shaping Routt County and improving the lives of its residents.

Former DA's case continues

Charges could be filed next month

The special prosecutor investigating the expense fund of former 14th Judicial Deputy District Attorney Charles Feldmann will make a decision in November whether charges will be filed in the case.

Hayden school board candidates to face off

When the most coveted seat in Hayden belongs to the School Board, taking turns and sharing are not options.

Winds whip up valley

Gusts of up to 80 mph forecast in some parts of national forest

Al Balser was in the back room of his house on Pine Street in Steamboat Springs Tuesday when he heard a "God-awful loud crash." Balser said it sounded like an avalanche was falling on his house.

Water funds closer to reality

Hayden officials hopeful for financial help for plant

Hayden town officials received a state committee's blessing Oct. 19 for their request of Energy Impact funds for improvements to their water plant.