News for Monday, January 27, 2003



Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Up on their game

Despite loss, Sailors happy with performance

If you just glanced at the score of the Steamboat Springs Sailors 5-1 loss to Cheyenne Mountain last Saturday you might think the local hockey team played poorly.

Beanpole to be celebrated today

State and local officials will celebrate the Northwest Colorado Beanpole Project today, but one of the project's main goals has yet to be completed.

The State of Required Classes

Teaching civics to Colorado's high school students makes sense. We would hope that students have, at a minimum, a basic understanding of how their local, state and federal governments operate before graduating.

State may mandate civics class

Taking course may no longer be an option

Some students at Steamboat Springs High School take an optional civics course because they want to.

City Council will host brown bag lunch

The City Council will be staying put for its brown bag lunches.

County not immune to West Nile

Plan to combat virus will be presented Feb. 6

Routt County is not immune to West Nile virus this summer, county health officials said Monday.

Officer on leave after shooting

Baynes shot at alleged attackers Sunday in Denver

A Steamboat Springs police officer who shot at individuals that allegedly attacked him early Sunday morning in Denver has been placed on leave while the incident is investigated.

Nordic series drawing skiers

The newly-formed Nordic Challenge race series just barely missed reaching a milestone during its second event.

The record for Jan. 29, 2002

Roesink to seek District Attorney post

Bonnie Roesink will apply today to replace her boss as district attorney for the 14th Judicial District. The opening was created last month when Gov. Bill Owens appointed current District Attorney Paul McLimans to serve as judge for the 14th District.

The record for Jan. 28, 2003