News for Wednesday, May 8, 2002

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Museum may close doors

Tread of Pioneers could shut down facility without financial assistance

The Tread of Pioneers Museum said it couldn't tread water any more as it tries to keep its daily operations afloat on private and public donations.

Local student, cowgirl dreams of national championships

She is just a senior at Steamboat Springs High School, but local cowgirl Genny McGeary is already a well-traveled veteran of the rodeo road.

Marathon Madness

Training to win or training to finish?

It is taper time for participants in the upcoming Steamboat Springs Marathon.

Camp registration begins today

Registration for the highly coveted Steamboat Springs Summer Day Camp program begins today and officials expect long lines of eager parents.

Carriers resume rural delivery

Postmaster warns about 'copycats'

Today, local postal carriers will cautiously resume delivering mail to rural mailboxes regardless of whether the door is open or closed.

Steamboat man faces sexually related charge

A 51-year-old Steamboat Springs man has been jailed in lieu of $20,000 because of allegations he improperly touched a family member, Routt County Sheriff John Warner said.

Day of Caring unites community

Volunteers will participate in event May 15

On Wednesday, May 15, teams of volunteers throughout Routt County will unite in an effort to "Build a Caring Community," the focus for the 6th annual United Way Day of Caring.

Cornerstone ceremony steeped with tradition

Area schools will participate Friday morning in a tradition that dates back several centuries.

Strings' music tent may be relocated

An application that would relocate Strings in the Mountains Festival of Music and build 144 timeshare condominiums will come before the City Planning Commission tonight.

Airport complies with safety regulations

The Federal Aviation Administration announced Steamboat Springs Airport was in compliance with air safety regulations.