News for Friday, September 12, 2003



Sailors keep winning streak alive

Whether he wants it or not, the Steamboat Springs football team has given Lonny Radford the nickname "Heisman."

Pastor organizes hunger walk

It's a hard statistic for Tim Selby to ignore: Worldwide, 20,000 children die every day from lack of food, he said. That number includes children who starve to death and children who do not receive the nutrition their immune systems need to fight diseases.

Finding their way home

After loss, Sailors open home play with win

The last thing the Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team wanted in its home opener against Delta County was a replay of last week's heartbreaking loss to Moffat County.

City to plan improvements

5-year-plan will help outline what tax could accomplish

City Council will set a five-year capital improvement plan at its Tuesday meeting in hopes of giving voters an idea of where money will be spent if they approve a proposed property tax.

4-Hers fare well at state fair

Tyler Manzanares, 11, of Hayden sat for hours focusing on his father's tools, his father's instruction and a thick piece of cowhide.

Ranchers target of phone scam

Extension office issues warning about pesticide solicitors

People who receive phone solicitations from someone trying to sell pesticides should beware, said Routt County Extension Services Director C.J. Mucklow.

The Record, Sept. 13

Stolen Texas truck appears in Yampa

Two South Routt County brothers were arrested on suspicion of vehicular theft and drunken driving after getting a truck stuck in the mud on the side of Colorado Highway 131.

News in Brief, Sept. 13

Prioritizing public access

Commissioners to hear pros and cons of Emerald Mountain land swap

A full house is expected Monday when the Routt County Board of Commissioners discusses a proposed Emerald Mountain land swap.

It's time to preserve dahlia and begonia bulbs

The days are getting cooler and shorter. Fall will be here before you know it. For gardeners, there is work yet to be done. If you succumbed to the beauty of dahlias and tuberous begonias when selecting bedding plants last spring, the task of preserving them is added to your fall to-do list.

U.S. Forest Service forced to do trash duty

As a wilderness ranger for the Hahns Peak/Bears Ears Ranger District, Jon Halverson spends a lot of his time maintaining trails and educating people about leaving no trace when they visit the backcountry.

Soroco Rams lose game, chance at a league win

The Soroco Rams began Friday night's league opener against the Grand Valley Cardinals looking sharp, hungry and confident. Perhaps the Rams were too confident, senior tail back C.J. Remick said after the Cardinals shut out his team 7-0.