News for Thursday, May 16, 2002



Funding dilemma hurting Tread of Pioneers Museum

The Tread of Pioneers Museum's annual dinner to honor its volunteers this year was changed to morning tea, coffee and pastries on Tuesday.

Inquiry details revealed

Feldmann faces no charges, but trip raises questions

Former Deputy District Attorney Charles Feldmann advanced himself $3,300 in federal drug money so that he and his wife could attend a conference in San Francisco, according to an investigation summary filed by Fifth Judicial District Attorney Michael Goodbee.

One-fly event hopes to reel 'em in

Tournament will benefit Yampa Valley Fly Fishers

Entrants in Saturday night's One-fly Competition and Barbecue at Fetcher Pond will have to make some careful decisions. First, there is the question of whether to douse one's hot dog with ketchup, or mustard or both. Even more important is choosing the single trout fly that promises to catch the most and biggest fish during the evening.

Future of skate park rests in hands of users

The youth in Hayden who use the town's skateboard park should not take their skating or biking privileges for granted, Hayden town officials said Thursday night.

Emerald parking problems remain

Residents along Pamela Lane do not want traffic accessing Emerald Park from behind their homes any more than they want park traffic on Pamela Lane itself.

Art exhibit explores ranges of light, shadows

Claire Ellison explores three basic elements with her 48-piece photography show that opens this weekend day, night and human figures.

City receives honor for Centennial Hall project

Steamboat one of five Colorado communities to receive recognition

The city of Steamboat Springs is among five recipients of a State Honor Award from Colorado Preservation Inc.

Perry-Mansfield faculty gear up for busy summer

Spring has come at Perry-Mansfield. That means one of the oldest performing arts schools in the country is getting ready for another summer of nearly 400 children and young adults studying the arts in a rustic setting.


Long-term solution needed

It's nerve-wracking to listen to Tread of Pioneers Museum officials talk of the possibility the museum could close by the end of the summer because of a lack of funding.

Magic in the movement

Dance instructor and Rocky Mountain Dance owner Karin Comeau has a very simple motto. "Everyone should dance for the rest of their lives," she said.