News for Tuesday, September 23, 2003



Briefs for Sept. 24, 2003

11s Club invites public to enter homecoming parade Soroco High School's 11s Club invites community members and organizations to enter Friday's homecoming parade. Entry forms can be picked up at any South Routt post office or at the high school office. Entries must be turned in by 4 p.m. today. This year's homecoming theme is "Survivor on Soroco Island, home of the reigning Rams." Call 736-2531, Ext. 4106.

Steamboat, Glenwood battle for league lead

The Steamboat Springs volleyball team picked up three wins over the weekend, including two league victories, setting the stage for Thursday's highly anticipated match against league rival Glenwood Springs.

Why Steamboat Needs School Choices

The recent controversy surrounding a proposed Montessori charter school has, at its heart, the question of why Steamboat needs school choice. The reasons are:

Council urges Yampa rights

City Council members want to file for recreational water rights before 2004

City Council members expressed an increased sense of urgency to file for recreational water rights at Tuesday night's meeting

Log cabin gets Routt County historic designation

Previous residents Charlotte Perry, Frank Light were a factor in decision

The dark log walls, thick white mortar and the forest-green roof of the Bennett House in uptown Steamboat Springs suggest that the house has an interesting history.

Our View: Search and Rescue Looking For You

Few agencies are more valuable when it counts most than Routt County Search and Rescue.

Woman falls from vehicle

20-year-old suffers head injuries after fall from back of Blazer

A 20-year-old woman was taken to the hospital with head injuries after falling off the back of a Chevrolet Blazer on Tuesday morning.

City sales tax revenue down in July

City sales tax revenue continues to decline with July seeing a 3.09 percent decrease from the year before.

The Record for Sept. 24, 2003

Letters to the editor

Steamboat couple to aid Isabel victims

Steamboat Springs residents Vic and Flo Hencken received a phone call from the Red Cross on Tuesday morning, asking them to help with disaster relief in Maryland. The Henckens board a plane today at 10:20 a.m. to fly from Hayden to Baltimore.

Punt, Pass and Kick today

The Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation is hosting the annual NFL Punt, Pass and Kick Competition at 5:30 p.m. today at the Ski Town Fields next to the tennis bubble on the east side of town.

Cost of victory

Sailor player seriously injured

The members of the Steamboat Springs soccer team should have been celebrating Tuesday's 5-2 victory over Battle Mountain after the final whistle.

District makes deal to get 1.5 acres

Homeowner Bill Padgett has little choice in matter, may have to move

Steamboat Springs native Bill Padgett may choose to continue to live in the home constructed for his parents in the 1940s, but it will have to be moved from its location on Crawford Avenue.