News for Friday, July 4, 2003

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Historic Werner home goes on market

Steamboat's first family of skiing no longer lives in the shaded house along the banks of Soda Creek. But the Werner family's presence lingers in a home with a chipped-wood staircase, a large kitchen island and the well-known family's photos hanging on the walls.

Push America pedals on behalf of those with disabilities

Tanner Bacon spent many Independence Days during his childhood at the parade and rodeo in Steamboat Springs, where his grandparents live.

The Record for July 5, 2003

1:26 a.m. A mountain bike was reportedly stolen from behind Mazzola's restaurant.

DOW seeking bear volunteers

The Colorado Division of Wildlife is looking for a few good Routt County men and women who like to talk about bears.

Real Estate Transactions for June 22-30

GRANITE PEAKS CONSTRUCTION, INC. TO WALZ, BARBARA L., TRUSTEE BARBARA L. WALZ REVOCABLE TRUST FOR TREE HAUS SUBD FILING NO. 1, LOT 8 - $869,000

Parade celebrates 100 years of Cowboy Roundup Days

Dana Schoewe and Liza and Sara Stout spent their Fourth of July morning in true American fashion -- manning a homemade lemonade stand at the corner of Seventh and Oak streets.

News in Brief

Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts Camp is offering free tours at 10 a.m. every Tuesday in July. Visitors can see dance, theater, and musical theater classes at the National Historic Site, America's oldest performing arts camp. The tour lasts approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes, and includes some robust hiking. Visitors should meet at the camp office. Call 879-7125 for information and directions.

Council to weigh tax questions

The Steamboat Springs City Council will provide feedback Tuesday on a proposed mill levy to create a heritage fund that would support five area museums.

Fire follows fireworks show

A 10-by-20-foot blaze erupted on Howelsen Hill shortly after the city's annual Fourth of July fireworks show ended Friday; however, fire officials said the display did not cause the fire.

Park Place changing face of Old Town

While the gentrification of Old Town Steamboat Springs has been under way for eight years, the trend has accelerated with a number of impressive new homes replacing modest two-bedroom boxes.