At issue Tax policy committee Our view Group has important work to do in a short time.
Students study ancient
Forget DVDs and video games; last week, Lowell Whiteman Primary School first-graders Jesse Laughlin and Nate Bowman found themselves enthralled with yarn and cardboard.
Alycia Boyd shines in Hayden's rout of Plateau Valley
Hayden's Alycia Boyd came to the high school gym at about noon Saturday and practiced shooting. Practicing on her own isn't out of the ordinary, but the solo preparation fine-tuned her shot enough to score a game-high 21 points, 18 of which came in the first half.
Riley Polumbus Age: 33 Occupation: Public relations director for Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association
Ben and Millie Beall, Paul Fisher, Bob Maddox, Bill Martin, Ed McArthur, Kevin Bennett, Arianthe Stettner, Nancy Stahoviak, Bud Romberg, Kathy Connell and Ken Brenner. What do these names have in common? They have all served countless hours in meetings at the county, city or school board levels, or perhaps in committees helping out our community in countless ways. If you know the individuals named above, they represent a broad spectrum of political philosophy, but each holds dearly the concept we recognize as "community."
Surveying the clouds from 10,525 feet
A few flakes start to fall in the early morning. As everyone else looks up to evaluate ski conditions, Dr. Randy Borys sees something more. He measures each flake for size and weight. He examines the composition. He sees the weather pattern from which they were created and imagines the particles the parent cloud might have picked up in China, California and Utah.
It felt as if the Aspen hockey team beat Steamboat Springs twice in Saturday's game.
The following is a list of people booked into the Routt County Jail on suspicion of the listed charges. The arresting agency is listed in parentheses.
Phippsburg system built in the '70s needs to be brought up to date
Louise Iacovetto and her husband, Ray, are native Routt County residents. Louise was born on a Routt County ranch, and Ray was born and raised in Phippsburg.
Niklas Paul Johannes Malacinski, son of Essi Kenttala and Stephen Malacinski, was born at 3:11 p.m. on Dec. 7, 2003. He weighed 7 pounds and 8 ounces and was 20.5 inches long.
Q. When should Routt County residents expect to see their tax bills in the mail? What information is on it?
Education has changed a lot in the three decades since Celia Dunham became a teacher.
First National Bank hires Bob Kuusinen
I am totally against President Bush's immigration reform proposal, unless it facilitates more help at the Department of Motor Vehicles in Steamboat. Maybe if they hire immigrants, it will help with the overcrowding, long lines and the fact that the office never seems to be open.
Lindsay E. Lockhart of Steamboat Springs took part in Dartmouth College's exchange program this winter when she studied in San Diego.
Steamboat Springs resident Raymond Andrew Fox passed away Jan. 1, 2004, at the Yampa Valley Medical Center. He was 75.
Former Hayden resident Bessie Lighthizer passed away peacefully Dec. 22, 2003, at her home in Mesa, Ariz. She was 90.
Mountain Meadow Preserve LLC 1303 Turning Leaf Court Owner/Contractor Duplex -- Left Unit $909,554
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Words such as confident, intelligent and talented come to mind when you first meet Olympic ski racer Caroline Lalive.
Hayden Tigers fans stood and clapped with more enthusiasm than usual Saturday night. They were watching an entertaining performance that demanded respect.
Frank and Theresa Novak of Union and Chadwick Island, New Jersey announce the engagement of their daughter Valerie Novak to Kerry Ryan Kirby, son of Ramona and Howard Kirby of Toponas.
Clark resident William "Wade" Hatcher died Jan. 6, 2004, at his home. He was 73.
The Oak Creek Public Library is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Story hour is at 10 to 11 a.m. For questions, call Wendy at 736-8371 or 638-4654.
Mayor calls police department a good change; some residents disagree
When Cargo Rodeman ran for mayor of Oak Creek in 2002, she ran on a platform of common sense, kindness and cleaning up the police department.
Winter Sports Club's biathlon program growing in second year
Molly Newman and Cameron Osteen stare intently down the barrels of their air rifles, quickly lining up their open peep sights with circular targets 10 meters away.
Slow start turned into third best in sales transactions
Despite starting out as one of the slowest years for regional real estate sales, 2003 developed into the second best year for sales volume and the third best for total sale transactions, according to the Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors Multiple Listing Service.
Interest in jet service from Houston surges
Continental Airlines' new summer jet flight between Houston and Yampa Valley Regional Airport is loaded into travel agent and Internet computers and already reflecting reservation traffic.
Liquor store owner Ted Heid and his sense of humor are back in business
For the better part of seven months, Ted Heid was fresh out of jokes. But now he's back behind the counter of his own liquor store entertaining customers once again.
Steamboat's Todd Lodwick dazzles on Howelsen jumps
Boys don't think much about making Olympic teams, standing atop World Cup podiums or being called heroes. Not at 12. At least not Todd Lodwick.