News for Friday, May 31, 2002



Fall victim in stable condition

A 20-year-old Illinois man who sustained serious injuries after falling off a trail in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area is in stable condition at the St. Anthony Hospital in Denver.

Fans pack Tap House to cheer on favorite teams

Peter and Mike Woolverton predicted the Avalanche would win. One thought the score would be 3-2. The other thought it would be 3-1. They are Avs fans. What can you expect? Before they left the Tap House Friday night, they wanted to take their predictions and toss them in the garbage with the leftover hot wings.

Celebrating local creativity

Some of the most accomplished local artists, dancers and musicians, as well as locally and nationally recognized writers, will gather next week to lend their talents to raise money for scholarships.

Groups look to fight obesity

Despite its reputation for being home to residents with healthy lifestyles, Colorado is losing ground to a more sedentary way of life.

Gear up for the fifth annual Taste of South Routt

There is something fascinating about South Routt County. It might be the diversity of the different communities down there, the quintessential localness of people or even some of the most beautiful open spaces in the county.

Huck Finn Day is today in Hayden

Children and adults can celebrate days gone by this weekend.

Graduation day arrives

Class of 2002 at both Soroco, Steamboat say goodbye

The recognition of achievement students have made over their past 12 years of school will be celebrated and acknowledged during the graduation ceremonies at Soroco and Steamboat Springs high schools today.