News for Tuesday, May 28, 2002

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Treatment pertinent for stroke victims

A Routt County woman we'll call Patricia was recently talking to a friend at work when the room seemed to darken. Suddenly Patricia found she couldn't speak the right words; everything that came out of her mouth was gibberish. She tried to slow down but still couldn't speak clearly.

Summit focuses on economy

Resort communities will discuss similar problem

The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association reported Tuesday that 200 people are expected to attend the 2002 Economic Summit that begins today.

Fire council ends service

The Wildland Fire Council is gone. Its replacement arrived Tuesday when Routt County Commissioners approved proposed revisions to the county's memorandum of understanding.

Colo. 131 undergoes summer repairs

Travelers along Colorado 131 from Toponas to Oak Creek may have groaned Tuesday at the sight of new construction signs.

OUR VIEW: Summit Provides Opportunity

In what was supposed to be one of the ski industry's most challenging years, an estimated 54 million people hit the slopes this past winter.

Steamboat community blood and marrow drive will be Thursday

Donors are still needed for the Steamboat community blood and marrow drive Thursday at the Steamboat Springs Airport.

Troon Golf purchases Sheraton

A luxury golf management company will make sure the grounds stay green at the Sheraton Steamboat Golf Club.

Hot springs access in question

Alpine Taxi may quit shuttling to popular local attraction

Routt County Commissioners reiterated Tuesday the county's new restrictions for the section of County Road 36 that leads up to Strawberry Park Hot Springs.