News for Thursday, September 25, 2003




When photographer Jessica Maynard lifted her camera and looked through the viewfinder, she wasn't prepared for what she saw.

W. Nile remains a threat

Bird and horse were infected this summer

While Routt County Environmental Health Director Michael Zopf was investigating a sewage complaint at an old septic tank Monday, he came across a mess of mosquito larvae.

Finding her niche

Heidi Meshurel-Jolly always knew she'd live in Steamboat

In the Steamboat Springs landscape, there are a few characters who have talents larger than their tiny town, but they live here because they love it. And they stay because Steamboat Springs has made a place for them.

Yampatika has plans for site

Nonprofit nature organization moving across town

Simplicity. That has been the mantra of Yampatika staff and volunteers since they learned they were losing their downtown location to the real estate market.

League showdown

4-0 Steamboat faces powerful Palisade squad

The Steamboat Springs football team aimed to be undefeated heading into today's game against Western Slope powerhouse Palisade in Grand Junction.

Tennis team captures its fifth straight

A heart-pounding 4-3 win over Colorado Academy on Tuesday night marked the latest accomplishment for the Steamboat Springs tennis team.

South Routt schools seek to shed negative image

South Routt School District officials say they hope to dispel a community perception that the district's secondary schools are inferior to its elementary school.

Planning reviews car dealership

The city Planning Commission had no qualms about allowing a car dealership to be built at the corner of U.S. Highway 40 and Curve Court but said it wants to see a high quality of architecture and landscaping.

Roundtable aims to match funding with area agencies

Winnie DelliQuadri wants to draw the shortest line between two points: funder and nonprofit organization.

Brief Points for Sept. 26, 2003

Art winners announced The winners of "Digital Fine Art 2003" were announced this week. The exhibit was judged by Angela Forster, assistant professor in Electronic Media Arts Design at the University of Denver. The show is on display at the Depot Art Center, 1001 13th St., through Oct. 19.

News in Brief

The Record for Sept. 26, 2003

Nightlife for Sept. 25, 2003

Music Tonight Worried Men play at 9:30 p.m. at Mahogany Ridge Brewery and Grill, Fifth Street and Lincoln Avenue. Call 879-3773.

Yampa Board is full at last

Mike Ross fills position that has been open for almost a year

When Yampa resident Mike Ross learned a position was open on the Yampa Town Board, he thought about applying.

Skov plans to withdraw

School board candidate concerned about time commitment

Mike Skov announced Thursday his intention to withdraw from the Steamboat Springs School Board race.

Draft of plan update available to residents

A draft of the Steamboat Springs Area Community Plan Update is available, and the governmental review process of the document has begun.