News for Tuesday, September 18, 2001

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VNA plans to close up shop in Hayden

The Visiting Nurse Association has tentative plans to close its Hayden office by the end of the month, but officials stress services offered to the community will not change.

City may reduce impact fees

Impact fees, the controversial city fees charged to new development, could be reduced for all homes and rebated entirely for affordable ones.

United Way kicks off its 2002 campaign

Ten-year-old Zach Valicenti's small frame was dwarfed by the large red and white barometer that stood in the county courthouse yard on Tuesday afternoon.

Run for Literacy is last hurrah

The Run for Literacy races this weekend will mark the end of the line for many local runners this season.

Sailors' quest for league title begins now

The Steamboat Springs football team may be three games into its schedule, but the players and coaches feel the season is just beginning.

Just kickin' it

The prospect of playing Glenwood Springs this Thursday already has Steamboat Springs goalkeeper Chris Gibson chomping at the bit.

Hayden schools see funds drop

With another expected decline in enrollment, Hayden school officials are uncertain how they will deal with an expected loss of $25,000.

City OKs new fee structure

Today, the city's new Community Development Code will be put to use for the first time for new developments. On Tuesday night, the City Council approved a fee structure which at least one City Council member felt was being rushed past the public to go with that code.

Officials to discuss air quality

Air quality in the Yampa Valley and Mount Zirkel Wilderness has improved in recent years, and advocates for air quality are hoping tonight to enlighten the public about how best to build on those improvements.

County officials take action to condemn attacks

County commissioners on Tuesday condemned those responsible for the attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon in a resolution calling for support of any actions by the president to bring them to justice.