News for Wednesday, May 15, 2002



Community support is force behind Day of Caring

Tree planting, landscaping and picking up trash all part of volunteer efforts

The hard work that school children and adults put into the Day of Caring was symbolic of the community's pride and willingness to help those in need.

Charges avoided

Ex-DA Feldmann's expense fund was being investigated

No charges will be filed against former prosecutor Charles Feldmann following a yearlong investigation into his use of an expense fund.

Duckels charged for errant blast

Fred Duckels has been charged with a felony and a misdemeanor for an errant dynamite blast that injured a young girl and caused damage to a neighboring property.

Woman gets probation for false accusation

A 31-year-old Steamboat Springs woman was placed on one year of probation for falsely accusing a Routt County Sheriff's deputy of sexually assaulting her in February.

Hayden officials determining which project gets funding

Hayden town officials will decide this evening which project deserves a share of the state's next round of Energy Impact Funds.

Access question fields concerns

Council will meet today to discuss Emerald Park options

The baseball fields at Emerald Park are proving to be a precious bargaining chip between Triple Crown and Steamboat's negotiating committee.