News for Wednesday, January 14, 2004



Briefs for Jan. 15, 2004

Led by senior Lia Kozatch, the Steamboat Springs High School Knowledge Bowl team placed second at a tournament last weekend at Moffat County High School in Craig.

Happenings for Jan. 15

THURSDAY n Consultation for age-related vision loss and other disabilities is available at noon at the American Legion Hall in Hayden. Call 736-2412.

Former council candidate sues city

A former City Council candidate is suing the city for $49 million, saying his civil rights were violated when the City Council denied him a liquor license on the question of moral character.

Xcel holds public meeting

Residents voice concerns about coal delivery methods to Hayden Station

Willis Carpenter already has seen an energy company take over land at his father's ranch, and he's a little uneasy that another company is considering further development on the ranch.

Accused man found innocent

Jury ruled man was not guilty in sex assault case

A jury found a man accused of sexually assaulting a woman at Klumker Field in May inncocent Wednesday.

Program confronts suicide, offers help

Couple who lost their son to suicide give presentation at high school

Seven minutes. The tragic events of a September night in 1994 have played over and over in the minds of Dar and Dale Emme.

Resident enters county race

Jeff Fry backs gravel pit; opposes justice center costs, land swap

The county's decision to build a $15.5 million county justice center in an already tight budget year was just one reason Routt County resident Jeff Fry, 45, decided to run for a seat on the Board of County Commissioners.

Skier escapes pile-up for a top finish

At times, last weekend's mass start cross country race in Aspen resembled rush hour in a big city.

The Record for Jan. 15, 2004

1:28 a.m. A man reported hearing someone trying to break into his house in the 2900 block of Mountaineer Circle. The man said more than $500 worth of damage was done to the door.

Student captures school title

Geographic bee gives children incentive to learn

Sixth-grader Vladan Chase likes geography.

Community brings Routt United Way to goal

For weeks, people have been asking Millie Beall, executive director for Routt County United Way, one question: "How are we doing?" Now, Beall can answer.

Jumping at the chance

Top athletes expected for this weekend's Super Series

Anytime Todd Lodwick, Tommy Schwall and Clint Jones get together on the hills of Howelsen, it must be a super day.

Lalive wins 4th in Italy super-G

It's been a busy week of competition and travel for the members of the U.S. Ski Team's women's Alpine squad, but you will not hear Steamboat Springs skier Caroline Lalive complaining.