News for Tuesday, September 4, 2001



Ordinance gets mixed feelings

Business owners downtown have mixed feelings about a possible new city towing law that could require them to put new signs up in their parking areas but could spare their customers a lot of grief.

School board race shaping up

Next year, the five-member Hayden School Board will consist of two new members with one already determined.

ASC restructuring finalized

Steamboat Grand construction moves forward

The eight unfinished penthouse units at the Steamboat Grand Hotel could be ready for holiday occupancy in December. American Skiing Co., which owns the hotel, announced Tuesday it has completed restructuring its debt. In the process it has freed the Steamboat Grand of liens dating back to the construction of the hotel.

Board to discuss impact fees

A consulting firm will give a presentation of the town's proposed transportation impact fee program to members of Town Board and Planning Commission Thursday night.

Sailors fare well on course Tuesday

Tuesday turned out to be a day of firsts for the members of the Steamboat Springs High School golf team.

Local pioneer raises awareness

Man who suffered stroke makes tragedy a personal victory

Jim Kittle left Steamboat Springs more than six years ago with every intention of returning. He finally came home yesterday.