News for Wednesday, September 24, 2003

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Hopefuls address forum

First Impressions board meeting draws School Board, council candidates

Campaign stickers, pamphlets and advertisements are beginning to circulate in Steamboat Springs, and all three were on display Wednesday inside the Routt County commissioners hearing room.

Endangered south valley?

Group trying to stop Lafarge gravel pit wants state listing

The valley south of Steamboat Springs is in the running to be named as one of Colorado's Most Endangered Places -- an important designation for a group trying to stop the creation of a gravel pit.

City goes soft on felines

Steamboat City Council scratches cat nuisance laws

Life for cats throughout Steamboat Springs got a little easier Tuesday night, thanks to a change the City Council made in its municipal code.

Circle of celebration

Women gather to embrace autumnal equinox

The autumnal equinox is the time when day and night are equal, when the sun crosses over the Earth's equator.

Teacher pay plan tops priority list

The incomplete Knowledge and Skills-Based Pay system for Steamboat Springs School District teachers and support staff tops the School Board's list of priorities.

The search is on

Dance theater looking for choreographers, dancers

Steamboat Dance Theatre's winter performance won't take the stage until March, but now is the time for dancers and choreographers to step forward.

Hunter's death under investigation

The Routt County Sheriff's Office is not ready to rule the shooting death of a hunter an accident.

Steamboat fashion review

Tuesday afternoon: That was me, leaning across the counter at a downtown clothing store, reaching for my receipt.

Connell supports police

Council president issued statement backing the department

City Council President Kathy Connell issued a statement in support of the city's police department at Tuesday night's council meeting and stressed the city's emphasis on customer service.

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