News for Monday, September 15, 2003



Talking business in Soroco

The South Routt County Community Assessment report may be finalized, but the community's work on the project is just beginning.

Briefs, Sept. 16

Golfers shoot for state

Regional tournament opens Wednesday

Veteran golfers Ryan Brees and Kenton Gamache would like nothing more than to return to the state high school golf championships this fall.

County to consider dispatch equipment

Six years of work to upgrade the Routt County Communications system could enter its final phase today if Routt County commissioners give the go-ahead for an approximately $80,000 project.

Record, Sept. 15

Board approves second ESL aide

In an effort to meet the growing needs of an increasing population of non-English speaking students, the Steamboat Springs School Board approved on Monday the hiring of an additional English as a Second Language aide.

Charter suit will stay local

Judge orders Montessori case to be heard in Routt County

A lawsuit filed by Steamboat Springs Montessori against the Steamboat Springs School District will be heard in Routt County, according to an order by Denver District Judge Shelley Gilman.

Taylor considers House bid

State Sen. Jack Taylor, R-Steamboat Springs, will wait before deciding on a possible run for U.S. Congress next fall. Taylor has been mentioned among possible Republican candidates for the Third Congressional District seat being vacated by Rep. Scott McInnis, a Grand Junction Republican.

Emerald debate draws 100 plus

Routt County Commissioner Nancy Stahoviak said the Emerald Mountain Partnership could have done more to inform the public about the proposed Emerald Mountain land swap.