News for Monday, January 19, 2004

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News in brief for Jan. 20, 2004

Nancy Stahoviak to return from Denver hospital Routt County Commissioner Nancy Stahoviak is scheduled to return to Routt County today for the first time since mid-December, when she was flown to a Denver hospital because of life-threatening kidney failure and infections.

Council has flight service on agenda

But staff wants to table ordinance until Feb. 3

City staff is recommending the Steamboat Springs City Council table an ordinance allowing Mountain Flight Services to transfer its maintenance operations at the Steamboat Springs Airport to another business.

Fair to celebrate anniversary

Board wants public's logo, design ideas for 90th birthday

Though the theme for the Routt County Fair has varied over the years, the concept of supporting the area's agricultural roots has remained the same.

Taylor co-sponsors basin of origin bill

State Sen. Jack Taylor, R-Steamboat Springs, has co-sponsored a bill aimed at protecting basins of origin when water is transferred from one area to another.

The Record for Jan. 20, 2004

Sunday, Jan. 18 1:03 a.m. A noise complaint was reported in the 1200 block of Sparta Plaza.

County to choose construction manager

Routt County commissioners are expected to choose Steamboat Springs-based Holmquist-Lorenz Construction Company as the construction manager for the new justice center.

District revising boundaries

Steamboat Springs School District officials hope that re-balancing their director districts will not only bring the school system into compliance with state law but also will prevent the necessity for a similar effort for six more years.

Homeowner snuffs roof fire

Quick thinking, garden hose help put out blaze before trucks arrive

A man was able to hose down a fire that had spread across the roof of his house, saving the structure before firetrucks arrived Sunday.

State Dems hope to weigh in

Presidential candidate may be decided before April 13 caucus

The director of the state's Democratic party hopes there still will be a decision to make on a presidential nominee when Colorado holds its caucuses April 13.