News for Wednesday, March 3, 2004



21 file against water right

Routt County, two South Routt towns and four metro districts are among the 21 parties that have filed statements of opposition to the city's application for a recreational water right.

Justice center group forms

Residents who think Routt County's new justice center should stay in downtown Steamboat Springs rather than be moved west have formed the Friends of the Justice Center Inc.

Griffith given time to consider plea offer

A 36-year-old man charged with kidnapping, burglary and assault has been given time to consider a plea offer.

Chix stick it to Fort Collins

The Chix with Stix women's hockey team picked up a pair of wins over the weekend in Fort Collins.

Drake to speak at football coaching clinic

Former Steamboat Springs football coach Mark Drake has been selected as a guest speaker for this weekend's National Nike Coach of the Year Football Clinic in Denver.

Sunburst plans scrapped

Hayden subdivision plans change, will annex almost 680 acres

More than a year's worth of planning for a 900-acre subdivision in Hayden has been scrapped, but new plans have been made in its place.

Gmeiner rocks halfpipe

Free skier Gina Gmeiner was happy to be back home Wednesday, and she showed it by dominating the women's halfpipe field at the Rocky Mountain Divisional.

Making it look easy

Lowell Whiteman's Cohn takes first

Lowell Whiteman student Jake Cohn made it look easy.

Hockey players reaching for stars

Steamboat's Bush, Lee, Timmerman headed to Colorado All-Star game

Steamboat Springs seniors Phil Bush, Cooper Lee and Chris Timmerman have been selected to participate in Saturday's 12th annual High School All-Star Hockey Game.

Guest ranch on county planning agenda

Plans for a small guest ranch south of Stagecoach that would cater to horseback riders will come before the Routt County Planning Commission tonight.

The Record for March 4

Tuesday, March 2 12:39 a.m. A Routt County Sheriff's Office patrol vehicle reportedly slid down a driveway in the 3600 block of Tree Haus Drive and did minor damage to another vehicle.

Class-size question looms

Larger class sizes or significant program changes could be in store for the Steamboat Springs School District depending on how much funding it receives from the Education Fund Board.