News for Friday, January 30, 2004

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Sears truck rolls into front of home on Saratoga A Steamboat residence got more than its owners ordered Thursday afternoon when a Sears' delivery truck rolled into the front of the home.

John Salazar makes campaign stop in Steamboat

Health care, water, economic development top hot-button list

At a quarter past 5 Friday, men were standing around exchanging ranch stories, weather stories and talking about what mattered most to everyone there -- water.

Captive elk decision looms

Officials look at Motherwell Ranch, say priority is to depopulate

A decision has yet to be made on what to do with a herd of 208 captive elk on a ranch south of Hayden where a bull elk tested positive for chronic wasting disease late last week, state officials said Friday.

Winograsky sentenced to six years

Steamboat woman, 43, pleaded guilty to felony forgery in December

A 43-year-old Steamboat Springs woman was given six years in a community corrections facility for felony forgery, but warned another offense could send her to jail for 12 years.

Business hit 3 times in 1 year

The Rain Drop Water building was the target of crime for the third time in less than a year when someone drove into the front of the building Thursday night or Friday morning.

The Record for Jan. 31

Thursday, Jan. 29 12:24 a.m. Loud music was reported from a residence in the 1300 block of Athens Plaza. The occupant was contacted and the music turned down.

Stahoviak home, recovering

Routt County Commissioner Nancy Stahoviak's days are filled with physical therapy, medications and phone conferences.

Bench warrant issued for woman

21-year-old Kremmling woman failed to appear in district court

A 21-year-old Kremmling woman was issued a bench warrant Friday afternoon after failing to appear in district court.

Tigers' desire shows

Chris Frentress calls it concentration with a little bit of luck. Whatever it was, Frentress was perfect in the fourth quarter of Hayden's 60-55 victory over the West Grand Mustangs.

Child-care tax credit extension sought

Under current law, Coloradans can receive tax credit for contributing to child-care facilities. But that credit expires at the end of 2004. To extend the deadline and further promote child care, Sen. Jack Taylor, R-Steamboat Springs, is carrying a bill to the Senate that would extend the child-care tax credit until Jan. 1, 2010.

Tigers triumph

Rebounds key in Hayden girls' win over Mustangs

It came down to the last shot, but Hayden's rebounding domination in the first half was enough to shrug off the West Grand Mustangs, 47-44, on Friday night.