News for Sunday, September 14, 2003



Go-karts race onto Steamboat scene

More than 100 go-kart racers descended upon Steamboat Springs over the weekend for the final event in the inaugural season of the Shockwave Karting Colorado Sprint Championships.

Mixing sports on a sublime September weekend

Something's fishy about a golf tournament that demands a skilled trout guide

Permit me to begin by observing that Jed Clampett and I would feel equally at home on a golf course. The patriarch of the Beverly Hillbillies might even card a lower score than me on the immaculate links of the Sheraton Steamboat Resort.

Understanding the risk of colorectal cancer

One out of every 50 people, or 2 percent of the population, will get colorectal cancer. Women are at a higher risk for colon cancer, while men are more likely to develop rectal cancer.

Young Sailors top Craig

Victory ends middle school's 15-year losing streak

Steamboat Springs Middle School football coach Daren Mangiaracina had to check the school's trophy case to determine how long it had been since the team defeated rival Craig Middle School.

More language help needed

Board to hear request for additional ESL aide

The growing number of English Language Learners in the Steamboat Springs School District will prompt district officials to request funding for an additional English as a Second Language aide at tonight's School Board meeting.

Man jumps on trooper's car, goes to jail

A 60-year-old Steamboat Springs man was arrested Friday night after reportedly assaulting a Colorado State Patrol trooper and jumping on the hood of the trooper's squad car.

Building permits for Sept. 1-5

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. 2305 Mt. Werner Circle Owner/contractor Addition/Alteration $33,200

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