News for Friday, September 14, 2001



Locals mourn victims of terror

A sign that read "In God we trust," on one side and "God Bless America," on the other was held high, along with several American flags at the Routt County Courthouse druing a prayer vigil Friday to mourn the victims of Tuesday's terrorist attack on America.

Man pleads guilty to criminal mischief

A 23-year-old Australian man will have felony charges dismissed against him if a district judge approves a plea agreement in which the man stands to be punished on a misdemeanor charge.

Locals shine light in darkness

Judy Walters stepped outside Wal-Mart Friday at 5 p.m. with a coworker and a candle. The sun shone down on the Wal-Mart parking lot as shoppers walked in and out and the wax dripped onto her fingers.

Trio charged for theft at Wal-Mart

Three residents of Craig were arrested Thursday for allegedly stealing more than $1,000 in food and merchandise from two Steamboat Springs businesses.

Public forums begin Monday

Two groups sometimes on distinctly opposite sides of political issues have come together to produce a series of community forums on growth and resort issues beginning Monday.