News for Monday, September 29, 2003



Briefs for Sept. 30, 2003

Woman found unconscious in car on U.S. Highway 40 A woman was found unconscious in a car on the side of U.S. Highway 40 near Saddle Mountain Ranch on Saturday afternoon.

Steamboat contemplates Atlanta flights

Delta plans low fares from California

Resort officials are studying the possibility of adding more direct flights from Atlanta on Delta during the peak weeks of ski season this winter.

County may rent vote-counting machine

During last year's election, ballot counting was on hold for two hours while workers tried to get Routt County's counting machine working.

Brehmer given second plea offer

A bar owner who was charged with serving alcohol to a minor and, in a separate incident, eluding police and resisting arrest is evaluating a plea offer from the District Attorney's Office.

Sailors off pace in golf tourney

The Steamboat Springs Sailors played their best golf this season when they were having fun.

Enrollment remains down

County's three school districts report declining numbers

Enrollment figures in each of Routt County's three public school districts remain down as the state's official pupil count date nears.

Accused man declines plea offer

A Steamboat Springs man accused of shooting at two excavation workers by the Yampa River turned down a plea offer Monday.

The Record for Sept. 30, 2003

Water rights may be sold

South Routt rancher has plan to sell $5M rights to Eagle County

A South Routt rancher has proposed a $5 million sale of water use rights to Eagle County water suppliers.

Second chance for victory

Steamboat Sailors host Moffat County Bulldogs in rematch

Steamboat Springs High School senior Devin Borvansky still hasn't forgotten what happened earlier this month when the Sailor soccer squad traveled to Craig and was upset by the Moffat County Bulldogs.