News for Friday, September 21, 2001



Sailors tame Demons

Steamboat football team defeats Glenwood 43-13 in league opener

With Glenwood up 7-6 at the top of the second quarter, it looked as if Steamboat Springs might have a tough league opener on its hands. But the Sailors unleashed their offensive fury in the third quarter to blow away the Demons 43-13 and improve to 1-0 in the Western Slope League.

Local tennis team swats Evergreen

Friday afternoon's home match at the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs was a chance for the Sailors to regain some confidence and gain the experience they need to be successful at the regional tournament.

Web gives students a second chance

The Hayden School District wants to give former students a second chance. An Internet program called S.M.A.R.T. Schools will give students who have dropped out of high school the opportunity to still graduate with a high school diploma.

Affordable housing group seeks to buy out contract

RALF wants to move forward with West End housing project

The Regional Affordable Living Foundation wants to buy out the developer who owns the contract on the land for the West End Village project in order to bring the entire property under its control.

Festival kicks off today

Event features 20 breweries

The 11th annual Fall Foliage Festival and the ninth annual Steamboat Mountain Brewfest get under way today with activities for children and more than 20 breweries for adults to sip from.

Seed House Road reopened

Hunters, hikers and anyone else wanting to get to the Slavonia Trail Head can now move along Seed House Road freely.

Steamboat ski area still seeks buyer

An executive of the Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. said this week that site visits from prospective buyers of the Steamboat Ski Area are continuing.