News for Friday, January 16, 2004



Happenings for Jan. 17, 2004

The "Dyed in the Wool" Rug Hookers will present a gallery talk to discuss the exhibit at 2 p.m. at the Depot Art Center.

Sailors fall to Huskies

One mountain stands in the way of every other high school hockey team's hopes of a Colorado state title -- Battle Mountain.

Town Board pays CDC $40K

By law, the Hayden Town Board did not have to, but out of good faith, it paid $40,000 to Civil Design Consultants for additional engineering fees for water treatment plant improvements.

Briefs for Jan. 17, 2004

The Routt County Fair Board announced this week a contest to design a logo for the 90th annual fair, which is held in August. The winner will be awarded $250. Submissions must be submitted to the Colorado State University Cooperative Extension Office in the Routt County Courthouse Annex or to Fair Director Terry Doherty at the Routt County Fairgrounds office by Feb. 5.

U.S. attorney enters case

Office to represent 1 officer cited for contempt in marijuana case

The U.S. Attorney's Office will represent at least one of nine police officers cited for contempt of court for not complying with a Routt County Court order to return medicinal marijuana to its owner. The drugs were seized during a search of a Hayden man's home in mid-October.

Steamboat girls fall to Rifle

Everything the Rifle Lady Bears did right, the Steamboat Springs Lady Sailors did wrong.

Ski area unveils master plan

Ski Corp. president forecasts return of destination skiers

Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. President Chris Diamond said Friday he sees encouraging trends that lead him to believe the ski area will be able to afford building some of the improvements listed in its new master plan.

The Record for Jan. 17, 2004

12:07 a.m. Intoxicated males were reported causing a disturbance in the middle of Anglers Drive. The Steamboat Springs Police Department gave them a ride home.

Man in burglary sentenced

A 26-year-old man pleaded guilty to second-degree burglary for the theft of more than $10,000 from the Steamboat Ski Area's Rendezvous Saddle building.

Inside game helps Sailors

The Steamboat Springs Sailors got off to an early lead over the two-time defending league champion Rifle Bears in the first quarter of their 55-46 victory. But the Sailors started to slip as they "got married to the three-point line," Steamboat coach Kelly Meek said.

Stillwell making progress

Resident emerges from coma, is transferred to rehab facility

The next phase in Steamboat Springs resident Chris Stillwell's battle to recover from a serious brain injury will take place at a world-renowned rehabilitation center.

Man pleads innocent in vehicular homicide

A 20-year-old Eagle County man pleaded not guilty to vehicular homicide in District Court on Friday.