News for Monday, January 26, 2004



Skiers race toward championship

Steamboat Springs Alpine ski coach Chris Arnis hopes this will be the year.

The Record for Jan. 27

Sunday, Jan. 25 12:54 a.m. A man was reported breaking household items in a home at the Fish Creek Trailer Park. The man was arrested and charged with criminal mischief.

Skiers bring back top finishes from Gold Run race

The members of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club's Nordic team traveled to the Gold Run Nordic Center in Breckenridge over the weekend for the third Junior Olympic Qualifier of the season.

News in brief for Jan. 27

Pilot & Today accepting nominations for Locals The Steamboat Pilot & Today is accepting nominations for its 2004 Locals special section.

County receives 60 comments on wetlands permit

Most come from residents, downtown business owners who want it denied

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Monday gave to Routt County the public comments the agency received concerning the county's request for a permit to fill wetlands at the site of the new justice center.

U.S. attorney enters marijuana case

The U.S. Attorney's Office has asked a federal judge to dismiss contempt citations against six federal agents who seized marijuana from a Hayden man with a medicinal marijuana permit.

Lodwick's hot streak

Olympian finishes fifth in mass start event in Japan

Todd Lodwick added another solid result to his long list of top-10 finishes Sunday during a mass start event in Sapporo, Japan.

Pastor appointed as coroner

Rob Ryg has been Routt County deputy coroner since 1997

As a longtime pastor, Rob Ryg is no stranger to being awakened at odd hours of the night.

New golf cart for Haymaker

City plans to buy cart to help golfers with disabilities

The city-owned Haymaker golf course will have at least one special cart designed to assist golfers with disabilities when it opens in May.

Commissioners to hear snowmobile tour appeal

Area residents are appealing a permit allowing guided snowmobile tours on a ranch east of Milner.

House fire case off to court

Scott Rouda suing insurance company over Tree Haus blaze

A California insurance company thinks arson caused a fire that heavily damaged a Tree Haus home last April.

Backcountry users weigh in

Forest Service hopes public meetings will lead to compromise

Mary Sanderson knows there is no perfect plan to accommodate all the demands and desires of backcountry winter recreationists, but she thinks a compromise can be found.