News for Sunday, September 9, 2001



Board to vote on ballot issue

School district looking at funding teacher salaries

The Steamboat Springs School Board is expected to make a decision tonight on whether it will put an issue on the November ballot that would raise property taxes to fund salary increases for its teachers if passed. The ballot issue is in response to the passage of state legislation pushed by an Eagle County citizens group and sponsored by State Rep. Al White, R-Winter Park, that allows for a cost-of-living increase in the district's finance formula. The increase is meant to finance increases in teacher salaries.

Unlock your potential to become an Olympian

Boy have I got a deal for you. This week and this week only, I'm offering a free demonstration trial of the Tomco Home Olympic Athlete Testing Kit. The kit includes everything you need to unlock your own Olympic potential and fulfill your dreams of gold, perhaps as early as February 2002 in Salt Lake City.

Take the bite out of gum disease

Flossing we all know we should do it. However, roughly half of us ignore this good health habit.

CMC program to offer forums for discussion

From llamas to taxes, a new educational program offered by Colorado Mountain College's Alpine Campus has a wide range of topics it is hoping will spark community interest.