News for Friday, October 24, 2003



Cross country coach's attitude 'contagious'

Lindsay Stanford has a theory on what happened to coach John Smith's brown hair.

Council candidate to appear in court

Regardless of whether City Council candidate Marcus Williams is celebrating the day after the Nov. 4 election, he is being asked to show up for a municipal court hearing.

Hopp retires to pen songs

Leary will become Steamboat's first female bank president Jan. 1

Tom Hopp, president of Wells Fargo Bank in Steamboat Springs, will leave the financial world behind Jan. 1 when he leaves his 27-year banking career to write and produce country songs.

Transportation funding considered

Goals for transportation improvements in Northwest Colorado are similar to those outlined five years ago, but a key obstacle is funding.

News in brief for Oct. 25, 2003

Cantina remodeling reveals historic details

Owner's primary purpose was to open its facade to views of Lincoln Avenue

A green patina of old copper flashing stamped with rosettes was revealed when workers stripped stucco from the front of the historic building that houses The Cantina restaurant this month.

Former employee wins claim

A jury awarded a Steamboat Springs woman $269,000 in damages Friday for her claims that her former employer, a dentist, made sexual advances toward her while the two were on a business conference.

The Record for Oct. 25, 2003

Dominant defense

Linemen deliver in rout of Moffat County

Travis Hodo, Kris Gayer and Wayne Buelter call it their war paint. It's nothing more than eye black smeared all over their faces, but if it makes the Steamboat defensive linemen play harder on the line, no one questions it.

Taylor optimistic on Amendment 33

State Sen. Jack Taylor said he is optimistic about the passage of Amendment 33, which would allow the placement of video lottery terminals in existing gaming establishments with a portion of the proceeds being used to fund tourism promotion.