News for Friday, September 5, 2003



Parents pool for teen tipsy taxi

Although it's illegal for high school students to drink alcohol, some do. That's the premise several South Routt parents are using to form a group they hope will get teens home safely.

Toys no Moore

Longtime retailer 'not staying in business'

Mac Moore did $5,000 in sales at his little shop on Ninth Street on Thursday. He was probably wondering where all those customers were over the past three months.

Body of 'cowboy soldier' returns home to rest

'We lost a great soldier, and his family lost a great man'

It was hard to tell if 4-year-old Dustin Lawton understood what was happening Friday. He stood on his toes with his hands curled over the edge of the coffin looking down at the body of his father, Staff Sgt. Mark Lawton.

Birch to advise nationally

Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson has appointed Sue Birch to serve on a rural health care advisory committee.

Sailors cruise in home opener

Top Eagle Valley Devils 56-28

At first glance, a stat line of 103 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns would indicate senior David May is a running back. Throw in his 144 passing yards and two touchdown passes, however, and what you have is a quarterback in command of the Steamboat Springs football team.

Varsity Tigers meet JV Sailors

Aaron Finch, one of Steamboat Springs High School's junior varsity coaches, used to coach the Sailors' middle school team.

Rams kick off home season with matinee

Soroco football coach Gary Heide isn't one to make predictions.

News in brief

The Record for Sept. 6, 2003

High school to get new resource officer

The Steamboat Springs High School will be getting a new resource officer from the Steamboat Springs Police Depart-ment next week.

Volunteers needed to restore 1912 ranger cabin

In the Routt National Forest just north of Columbine, there's a dark wood cabin with stories stored in its four walls.