News for Tuesday, October 30, 2001

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Jury selected for murder trial

Opening statements will be given today

Eight women and four men were selected from a pool of 150 Larimer County residents Tuesday to serve on the jury that will hear the murder trial of Thomas Lee Johnson.

Norton reappoints Hayden man to BLM position

Interior Secretary Gale Norton recently reappointed Hayden resident Geoff Blakeslee to the Northwest Colorado Resource Advisory Council.

Ghosts and goblins on the prowl

Children and adults dressed in an array of Halloween costumes will shuffle between Fifth and 10th streets tonight as the annual Halloween Stroll gets under way.

Tigers roar into playoffs

Gel-osity. It has nothing to do with football plays or formations, but it is what Hayden coach Kevin Kleckler said his team needs in order to win its first playoff game on Saturday against Dolores County.

Sailors' basketball camp to begin

Luckily, for the members of the Steamboat Springs boys basketball team, at least one doctor in Colorado still makes house calls or at least gym calls.

Skyline rules being reviewed

Skyline regulations may get their second-to-last review Thursday when the county Planning Commission gathers to make a final recommendation to the Routt County Commissioners.

Winter Sports Club reloads its staff

Rick DeVos, the executive director of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, gets a little excited when he is asked about the new coaches who are coming to the program this winter.

Soroco tops Hayden in season finale

It might have been the last game of the last match of the season, but the Soroco Rams and Hayden Tigers fought until the bitter end for third place at the 2A Western Slope volleyball tournament.

More warnings, more security

Sheriff expresses concern over lack of FBI communication

Though Routt County seems geographically isolated from possible terrorist attacks, when the Federal Bureau of Investigation issues a warning to Americans, the Sheriff's Office here takes it seriously.