News for Wednesday, September 3, 2003



News in brief

Boys soccer plays Moffat today

The Steamboat Springs boys soccer team takes its first step toward reclaiming the Western Slope League championship today against Moffat County in Craig.

Woman may be town's most enduring athlete

Kalmeyer runs 468-mile Colorado Trail in 9 days, 10 hours

Betsy Kalmeyer of Steamboat Springs needed fewer than 10 days to accomplish what your average hard-as-nails mountain woman might take more than a month to complete.

Arson suspect: Fire was accidental

A man charged with two counts of fourth-degree arson said in court Wednesday that he didn't mean to start the fire.

Man charged with bigamy

Relatives alerted third wife to husband's location

A 48-year-old Yampa man has been charged with bigamy.

Saturdays added to schedule

Drivers should expect traffic delays on Muddy Pass

Drivers traveling Rabbit Ears Pass will now face half-hour-plus construction delays Saturdays as well as weekdays.

First win of season

Smalley guides Sailors to victory

Tucker Smalley finished Wed-nesday's 18-hole round at the Haymaker Golf Course with a 2-foot putt for par and a broad smile on his face.

P'burg water system could get boost

The state is prepared to award more money to pay for improvements to Phippsburg's water system as soon as Routt County officially requests the additional funds.

Friday funeral for Hayden soldier

Craig soldier injured in Iraqi ambush that killed Lawton

Funeral services for Staff Sgt. Mark Anthony Evans Lawton will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the Extension Building at the Routt County Fairgrounds, 365 S. Poplar St., in Hayden.

Sailors volleyball team has new starting lineup

Practice might look perfect, but Steamboat Springs volleyball coach Wendy Hall understands that the most accurate method to measure the Sailors' progress comes tonight when they open the season against Middle Park.

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