News for Wednesday, January 22, 2003

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Girls teams look forward to match

Many of the Moffat County High School girls basketball players have been waiting for this game since getting clobbered by Steamboat in volleyball.

League showdown

Steamboat, Moffat County attempt to remain undefeated in Western Slope

This season was supposed to be a rebuilding year for both Moffat County and Steamboat.

CMC funding should remain stable despite cuts

Majority of money comes from property taxes

While colleges and universities around the state fear the distinct possibility of crippling budget cuts, Colorado Mountain College officials are breathing easy -- or at least easier.

Despite increase, sales tax lags

November numbers jump across the board

November 2002 sales tax was up by more than 1 percent, but it was still not enough to pull the year-to-date total above 2001.

Taylor appointed to Colorado Tourism Office Board of Directors

A staunch advocate of tourism promotion in the Colorado State Legislature now has one more avenue to push the importance of marketing the state to potential visitors.

In search of skiers

Horizons seeking volunteers

Horizons is looking for a few good skiers who are willing to spend several Saturdays through the winter skiing with its clients. A volunteer training session will take place Friday through Sunday.

The Record for Jan. 23

Tuesday, Jan. 21 1:46 a.m. A fight was reported at the Tugboat.

City will monitor Tugboat for DUI arrests

For the next six months, the city will be looking at the number of drunken driving arrests stemming from the Tugboat Grill & Pub.

Protection plan presented

Partnership working with BLM to acquire Emerald Mountain parcel for preservation

A plan to protect Emerald Mountain was presented to the public Wednesday night, but supporters of the plan stressed their proposal won't happen overnight.