News for Wednesday, October 16, 2002

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Vaccination time has arrived

Doctors hoping residents get inoculations

October is prime flu vaccination time for children and the elderly.

Wayward rifle shot lands elk hunter in jail

A wayward rifle shot that endangered sleeping children landed an unsuspecting hunter in the Routt County Jail Wednesday.

School board hosts facilitator

Officials hope communication will be enhanced

The Steamboat Springs Board of Education is hosting a facilitator to enhance communication between parents, teachers, the administrative team and superintendent at 6:30 p.m. at Olympian Hall.

Water group forms

Citizens for Consolidation support authority agreement

With less than three weeks to go before the Nov. 5 election, a group has formed in support of the water authority agreement.

The Record for Oct. 17

Tuesday, Oct. 15 1:43 a.m. An officer stood by as a vehicle was repossessed.

Soroco looks forward to homecoming

The emotion surrounding homecoming week might provide a spark that has fizzled in Soroco's volleyball game.

Hayden volleyball team takes on Soroco

The Hayden volleyball team split its two recent matches to remain above .500 with less than a week of games remaining in the regular season.

Skiers prepare for season

Fletcher, Miller excited to resume training

Bryan Fletcher and Davis Miller returned from Lake Placid last weekend excited to resume training for the upcoming Nordic combined season and armed with the knowledge they still have some work to do.