News for Wednesday, October 29, 2003



The Record for Oct. 30, 2003

Chasing the dream

Former Steamboat hockey star Ryan Dingle has NHL hopes

It's the longest road trip of the season for the Tri-City Storm of the U.S. Hockey League.

JV, freshman volleyball future's strong

Regardless of the ages or faces of the players, the results are pretty much the same for the Steamboat Springs volleyball team year in and year out.

Teachers seeking child care

A group of Steamboat Springs School District teachers are hoping to tackle scheduling conflicts and a shortage of infant and toddler care programs in the area by starting their own care center.

Letters to the editor for Oct. 30, 2003

West End Village and good judgment Judgment. There is good judgment, there is bad judgment and sometimes there is really bad judgment.

Sailors' younger cross country runners show promise

The experience level on the Steamboat Springs cross country team was a key component to its success this season. Seven of the Sailors' primary varsity runners were seniors, leaving vacancies for returning members of Steamboat's team to fill next fall.

Attempted robbery reported

Fairview resident says two men in ski masks had weapons

The Steamboat Springs Police Department is investigating a report of an attempted armed robbery in the 400 block of Bear View Court.

Underused tax credit could pay off

About 330 Routt County residents are missing out on receiving money -- anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars -- from the Internal Revenue Service each year.

Parents get 'Night Out'

Steamboat High students throw pizza party for kids

A group of philanthropic Steamboat Springs High School students is asking area parents to go for a night on the town next week -- and to leave their children at school.

TANF families' aid extended

The five families Routt County is helping through Temporary Assistance to Needy Families no longer have to worry whether their assistance is going to come, at least for the next six months.

School choice benefits all students

We are motivated to create Steamboat Springs Montessori charter school because of our enthusiasm for the Montessori method of education and our strong belief that public school choice benefits all students.

Briefs for Oct. 30, 2003

Investigation of disturbed grave continues The Routt County Sheriff's Office has identified multiple suspects in its investigation of a disturbed grave north of Hayden, Routt County Undersheriff Dan Taylor said.