News for Monday, January 12, 2004

Subscribe

Stories

Monger announces candidacy

Routt County Commissioner Doug Monger, a fourth-generation Routt County native, rancher and accountant, will run for a second term as county commissioner.

The Record for January 13, 2003

Saturday, Jan 11 12:17 a.m. A group of men believed to be intoxicated was reported at the Stock Bridge Transit Center. The men were taken to the detox center.

Water system to be highlight of meeting

Phippsburg community likely will question rate hike, delay of improvement plan

A Phippsburg community meeting Wednesday night likely will focus on the stalled process of improving the town's water system.

Happenings for Jan. 13, 2004

TUESDAY n The Steamboat II Filing 2 Homeowners Association meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at Anchor Way Baptist Church. Call Paula Hays at 879-6053.

The best of everything

Great conditions, top skiers combine for exciting freestyle event

Blue sky, fresh snow and the top freestyle skiers in the Rocky Mountain Division combined last weekend to make for a memorable event at the Steamboat Ski Area.

Skiers make the most of super-G races

Ashley Stamp swept a pair of super-G races at Mount Werner on Sunday highlighting another impressive showing by the members of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club's Alpine team.

DA's report details shooting

Hunter said he thought he heard, saw an elk when he shot his friend

A report filed with the District Attorney's Office details how a Wisconsin man accidentally shot and killed a longtime friend last fall during a hunting trip in South Routt County.

Sex assault case trial begins

Jurors were selected and opening arguments given Monday in the trial of a man accused of sexually assaulting a woman in May.

Board adopts new mission, vision

A little wordsmithing was all the Steamboat Springs School Board needed to approve a complete revision of one of its most important policies.

News in brief for January 13, 2003

Registration begins for CMC weight-lifting classes Registration for Colorado Mountain College's spring semester aerobic and weight-lifting classes is this week.