News for Tuesday, January 28, 2003



Local resource director chosen

Moore will assist businesses in efforts to grow markets

Longtime Routt County businesswoman Noreen Moore has been hired by a task force interested in economic development to serve as the community's new business resource director.

Routt County spotlight

Steamboat, Hayden, Soroco showcase talent in triangular meet

Jay Muhme looks around Routt County and asks the "what ifs."

Partners losing state funding

$60,000 will be lost over next 18 months

A local mentoring program is feeling the effects of the state's budget crisis.

Local skiers compete in Deer Valley

When the 2003 Freestyle World Championships open in Deer Valley today, more than a few eyes in Steamboat Springs will be glued to the television, watching the results on the Internet and cheering for a large number of athletes with ties to this small mountain community.

River plan to be in place by fall

Guidelines for decisions about recreation will be set

The city of Steamboat Springs intends to have a river management plan in place by fall to guide future decisions about recreation on a 4.5-mile stretch of the Yampa within city limits.

Community responds to Routt County United Way

Agency meets its goal, reaching $365,000

Routt County United Way announced Tuesday its 2003 campaign contribution goal has been met.

SSWSC places at Keystone races

Athletes position themselves for Junior Olympics

Nearly 80 girls and more than 100 boys gathered in Keystone over the weekend for the Junior Olympic super-G qualifying races at the 13- and 14-year-old age level.

Lalive off to championships

Steamboat Springs' Caroline Lalive, a 1997 graduate of the Lowell Whiteman School, was among 17 skiers named to compete in the upcoming Alpine World Championships, which will be held in Switzerland.

Charges filed in officer's assault

Suspects in custody after Sunday attack outside Denver club

Five Denver men face first-degree assault and hate crime charges in connection with the alleged assault of an off-duty Steamboat Springs police officer and his girlfriend.

Charges filed against students for fall incident

Multiple charges have been filed against nine middle school boys who allegedly behaved inappropriately toward a girl last fall at Steamboat Springs Middle School.

Vos wins first open mogul race in style

Scott Vos won his first open mogul race ever Saturday, and he did it wearing a pair of Western-style riding chaps and a jock strap.

Local boarder beats Powers in competition

Ross Powers may have the bigger name, but Grant Glenn had a bigger run to win a recent superpipe event in California.

Housing study looks at what is available, needed

Consultants are about to begin a countywide housing study that would provide information on what housing is available and the policies needed to create more.