News for Thursday, September 4, 2003

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Steamboat tennis picks up win

The Steamboat Springs boys tennis team traveled to Loveland on Thursday night and defeated the Indians 6-1.

Filmmaking class offered

Course on scripts, cinematography, editing, will cater to adults

When a small group of film lovers started the free Friday Film Series, they were taken aback by how much interest there was in Steamboat Springs. That is why two Los Angeles filmmakers who also are Steamboat residents decided to offer their knowledge in a fun 10-week course titled "The Language of Film."

Phony epiphanies

What to throw up for breakfast. It was hard to decide.

Town Challenge ends today

The 2003 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series concludes today with the Mount Werner Circuit at the Steamboat Ski Area.

Pressure points

Sailors volleyball avenges last year's loss to Panthers

Nervous is one thing. What the members of the Steamboat Springs volleyball team were feeling moments before opening the season against Middle Park is another.

Superintendent seeks input

'We need to engage the community in terms of the direction of the district'

Just one month into her superintendency, Donna Howell is becoming well versed in Steamboat Springs School District history.

Can-do Cahill

Travel writer Tim Cahill will visit Steamboat for the Sept. 13 Literary Sojourn

Tim Cahill was sitting in the Owl, "a small bar in a small town in Montana."

Biology behind signs of fall

Why leaves change color as weather cools

The first signs of fall can be seen in some of the aspen groves around Steamboat Springs. Some leaves have lost their green color and are starting to turn peach and yellow.

Sailors golfers on the green in Craig

The day after winning the Steamboat Springs High School Invitational, the members of the Steamboat golf team were back on course at Yampa Valley Golf Club in Craig.

Fall films, food, fun

A reviewer described his appearance as an Iranian Johnny Cash. His name is Mr. Badii and his face is sad and shaggy.

Nightlife

Woman struck by golf ball files suit

A district judge will decide Sept. 19 on a trial date for a lawsuit filed by a woman struck by a golf ball while playing at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort Golf Course.

Road construction on time

Despite a late start, county projects are on schedule

Although chip-and-seal projects on county roads got off to a late start this summer, the projects are on schedule.

Steamboat football seeks to avenge its 2002 defeat

Eagle Valley hopes the skill of its defensive backfield and linebacking unit can help ease the transition for 10 new offensive starters in the opening games of its 2003 schedule.

Art shuttle will end its regular service Sept. 18

As ArtLink, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting art and artists in Steamboat Springs, winds down its first summer, organizers Pat Walsh and Susan Scheisser are looking forward to next year.

1 hurt, 30 feet of guardrail destroyed

A Hayden man was charged with driving under the influence of drugs and careless driving after running into a guardrail on U.S. Highway 40 on Wednesday morning.

Connell likely won't seek second term

City Council President Kathy Connell said that unless no one else comes forward, she would not seek a second term as council president.

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