News for Wednesday, October 1, 2003

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Cugino's seeks approval for Eighth Street move

New building would allow more seating and a residence above the pizza restaurant

The owner of Cugino's Pizzeria and Italian Restaurant is seeking the city's permission to remodel a 58-year-old building on Eighth Street to create a new home for his business.

County passes fee increase

Routt County building permits will cost 11 percent more

Building permit fees for unincorporated areas of Routt County will increase by 11 percent across the board on Oct. 20, the Routt County Board of Commissioners decided Tuesday.

Fund Board reviews budget process

Stress has been an often-recited complaint within the ranks of the Education Fund Board lately.

Court upholds ruling on drilling

Routt County welcomes decision

A Colorado Court of Appeals decision to uphold local control of oil and gas drilling came as good news to Routt County commissioners.

News in Brief

League on the line

Rifle next test for Sailors soccer squad

If the Steamboat Springs boys soccer team wants to claim the Western Slope title this year, the team will need to escape the "cage" with a victory.

Football rivals face off tonight

Rumor has it that the Hiway Bar flag football team will have significant fan representation when it takes the field tonight against Johnny B. Good's.

Xcel to propose town water usage

Not only are executives at Xcel Energy looking for competition from coal suppliers, but in light of rising national standards for potable water, the company is now looking for alternative water sources.

Tennis team looking for regional title

The Steamboat Springs boys tennis team seeks its sixth straight regional championship as regional matches begin Friday in Delta.

Briefs for Oct. 2, 2003

Railroad crossing to be closed for tie replacement The railroad crossing at Fifth Street in Steamboat Springs will be closed from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 8 so the railroad ties can be replaced.