News for Thursday, September 18, 2003

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Ode to Construction Workers

My back aches and a tearing numbness pains

Steamboat opens league play tonight

Montezuma-Cortez football coach Tom Adair asked the question several times and got several answers.

Timeshare bankruptcy clears way for sales

Leisure Resorts likely to be sold by Oct. 31

A pair of timeshare resorts owned by bankrupt Leisure Industries Corp. of Las Vegas is expected to be sold by Oct. 31.

The Comeau Show

Sailors win 3-2; Glenwood coach refuses to let Demons shake hands after game

Steamboat Springs freshman David Comeau picked the perfect time to score his first varsity goal when he arched the winning shot over Glenwood Springs' goalie Thais Kulwiec three minutes into overtime.

Stepping Stone to independence

Two pieces of bread, a knife and two jars -- one full of peanut butter and the other with jelly. To most, it's the obvious makings for a sandwich, but for others, it can be an unsolvable puzzle.

Waterline extension OK'd

Routt County residents who live close to Hayden now have a better shot at tapping into Hayden's water supply.

Briefs for Sept. 19, 2003

Cancer Support Group to host sharing session The Yampa Valley Cancer Support Group will host a special caring and sharing session Monday for those dealing with cancer and their significant others. The session is at 7 p.m. at the Visiting Nurse Association office at 940 Central Park Drive, Suite 101. Call the VNA at 879-1632.

Salazar's ElderWatch meeting today

Colorado Attorney General Ken Salazar is coming to Steamboat today to talk about the financial exploitation of seniors. It is an issue the Routt County Sheriff's Office knows all too well.

Eric McFadden Trio is at Levelz

Making it in music is as much about survival as it is about talent.

Art for a new age

Digital exhibit first of its kind in the Yampa Valley

Photographers went through the same fight for legitimacy 50 years ago, before the booming voice of the art world declared it acceptable.

Teng to tell Steamboat of her 'Waking Hour'

It was as if the music world was waiting at the gate. Vienna Teng only needed to flip the latch and let them in. But she was afraid.

24 brewers make this year's Brewfest largest yet

Steamboat Mountain Brewfest is the last big party before ski season begins.

Golf Club gets new clubhouse

The 38-year-old Steamboat Golf Club should be able to get a new clubhouse, Routt County Planning commissioners decided Thursday.

S. Routt meeting a success

One of the first steps South Routt should take to develop its economy is to form a shared vision and build a sense of community in the area.

A feast for the senses

The atmosphere is "eat, drink and be merry." At the eighth annual Madness de Vine fund-raiser for Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp, guests start the evening with a Gondola ride into one of the biggest cocktail parties of the yea

All ages can Run for Literacy

The Steamboat Springs Running Series concludes Sunday with the Steamboat Pilot & Today Run for Literacy, a seven-mile run and a 5K run or race-walk.

Briefs

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