News for Monday, August 23, 2004



County says no to meeting

Routt County commissioners said they do not want to schedule a meeting with the Steamboat Springs City Council to discuss the location of the new justice center, despite a councilman's request to do so.

Hayden boy injured in hurricane

A 15-year-old Hayden boy was seriously injured in a vehicle accident that occurred in the midst of Hurricane Charley.

Early numbers say 90th fair was a big success

There's no official way to document how successful the Routt County Fair is, but the number of hamburgers sold, the plates used during the 4-H barbeque and the amount of money spent at the livestock sale all point to a good year.

Subdivision proposed at ski lake

Steamboat Springs excavating contractor Ed MacArthur is seeking annexation of a 90-acre parcel just outside the city's southern boundary. He hopes to build an eight-lot subdivision on the south side of an existing private water ski lake.

The Record for Aug. 24, 2004

Colo. 131 could be wider by next fall

Cars stopped along Colorado Highway 131 between Steamboat Springs and Oak Creek soon could be a familiar site, but one associated with long-awaited benefits.

2 district officials get raises

Two Steamboat Springs School District officials now have higher salaries to match their new job responsibilities.