Police suspect date-rape drugs being slipped into drinks around Steamboat establishments
A woman walked into Yampa Valley Medical Center on Friday unable to remember much of the past 12 hours. On Thursday night, she went out to a local bar, and after settling into an evening of drinking and socializing, she didn't think much of accepting a drink from a stranger.
Ski area owners report softening in demand
American Skiing Co. sustained unprecedented losses of $206.7 million in fiscal year 2002, according to long-overdue earnings reports released Friday.
The Lambert Pitney and Rod Romaine families recently returned home from a fun-filled trip to California.
Not having water with which to make ourselves a pot of coffee, no water with which to wash our faces, none with which to brush our teeth or a sip to drink. We teachers were learning the importance of water.
Emily Gladys Benedick 1911-2003
District ranger optimistic her organization can solve conflict between skiers, snowmobilers
David Brown hit the kill switch on his Ski Doo 650 as a puzzled expression came over his face. "What conflict?" Brown asked, when quizzed for his take on the increasing friction among snowmobilers and cross country skiers in the area.
Hayden hospital opens
The hospital erected by the citizens of Hayden as a memorial to the late Dr. J.V. Solandt, a pioneer physician of that town, has been entirely completed and is now in operation, having received its first patient last week. Mrs. Earl Pate, a trained nurse, from Great Divide, is superintendent, and Mrs. Anna Bowman, for many years a successful hotel proprietor at Hayden, is housekeeper. The new institution is thoroughly modern and a number of rooms have been furnished by various individuals and fraternal organizations.
JAIL REPORT The following is a list of people booked into the Routt County Jail on suspicion of the listed charges. The arresting agency is listed in parentheses.
Cowboys work to preserve historical Egeria Park Roping Club
Egeria (e jir e a): Roman myth. A nymph who advised Numa, the second king of Rome.
Pursuing Atlantic salmon above the Arctic Circle yields plentiful results
Steve Henderson had heard the stories about Atlantic salmon -- about expert fishermen who had gone to Scotland and been told they were lucky to have felt the tug of a big fish on the end of their line, and never mind that they never really had a solid hookup.
Mike Kloser planned to compete in the Steamboat Pentathlon for five years before moving on.
Six local skiers will head north this week with hopes of striking gold in the hills of Alaska during the Junior Olympic Championships.
Roddy joins newspaper staff
Melissa Roddy has joined Steamboat Pilot & Today as the newspaper's city editor.
A new beginning
The city should thank Greyhound for keeping it out of the doghouse. Because of the deal inked Tuesday with the nationwide bus line, the city finally can point to at least one regular use for the $1 million-plus bus turnaround known as the Stockbridge Multi-Modal Transit Center.
Drama students take on touchy, yet important, subject matter in latest performance of 'Secrets'
It's less than a week before the "Secrets" production is set to hit the stage, and illnesses have reduced Thursday's rehearsal from a cast of five to three performers.
The job board at the Colorado Workforce Center is sparse.
Plow on the west side That rotary plow ("The Way it Was, Steamboat Pilot & Today," Sunday, March 2, 2003) at the loop trestle and tunnel on Rollins Pass is on the west side of the Divide, rather than the east.
A Mexican man was arrested late Friday night on suspicion of drug distribution and use after police found a large amount of cash and scales with methamphetamine residue on them during the course of a routine drunken-driving stop.
Howelsen heart of Steamboat
Thanks to my 5-year-old son, I recently discovered the real reason Steamboat Springs produces so many Winter Olympians.
Mary Lucille Wuest, daughter of Marlene Paula and Donald Francis Wuest of Yampa, was born at 8:05 p.m. Feb. 24, 2003.
Ms. Janice Bostock of Phippsburg and Mr. Charles J. Hogue of Grand Junction are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Lisa Rene Hogue, to Lonn Clementson, the son of Rod and Patte Clementson of Grand Junction.
New Wintergreen project features entry-level housing
Wintergreen Homes is hoping the success of The Villas at Walton Creek and Quail Run will spill over into its next endeavor, Sunray Meadows.
When it comes to setting Steamboat's ski resort apart from its competition, nothing, not even champagne powder is as important as sincerity, a ski area executive said this week.
A proposed state law that would make it more difficult for homeowners to sue builders has one Steamboat Springs City Council member ready to require contractors to be licensed.
Oil company acquires well-known stores in Clark, Yampa
Weston Oil Company has begun to diversify its gasoline distribution business with the acquisition of two landmark retail stores at opposite ends of Routt County.
The details behind the date-rape drug
Carla Scarpone is a case manager for Advocates Against Battering and Abuse. She discusses the problem of date-rape drugs being used in Steamboat Springs and what to do if you suspect you were drugged.
Helping, Not Harming The United States could be and should be improving our nation's infrastructure -- bridges, highways, roads and passenger railroads. We could have and should have men and women exploring the moon and Mars and the rest of space. So many things we now take for granted have come from our scientific exploration of space.
McArthur one of several victims who didn't complete both runs in event
The fourth day of the Chevy Trucks Junior Olympic Freestyle Championships was all about going big.
Saturday, March 8 4:06 a.m. A drunken driver was reported leaving Steamboat Springs on Routt County Road 129.
Toddlers, elementary-aged children benefit from yoga in many ways
Joanne Palmer led the kids around the room on what she called "The Breathing Train." Palmer and about 10 children from 5 to 9 years old ran in a circle until they were breathing heavy.