News for Friday, March 5, 2004



Briefs for March 6

The Wooden Ski Rendezvous and membership drive for Friends of the Routt Backcountry, a nonprofit group representing nonmotorized backcountry users, begins at 9 a.m. March 13 at the Columbine Cabins at the base of Hahn's Peak. Events include a pine-tarring clinic, retro ski costume event, races and lunch. Call 879-4947.

The Record for March 6

2:19 a.m. A suspicious vehicle was reported driving up Emerald Mountain. The driver was given a warning.

Cantina acquires Mambo

The owners of the Cantina restaurant on Lincoln Avenue have purchased a popular Italian restaurant on the other side of the street.

Norris to challenge Rodeman

Eight residents file for three trustee seats in Oak Creek

Bill Norris will challenge Oak Creek Mayor Kathy "Cargo" Rodeman in the town's April election.

Mayor, trustees to seek re-election

Hayden Mayor Chuck Grobe will run uncontested for a third consecutive term, while three incumbents and a first-time candidate will vie for three seats on the Town Board in the April 6 municipal election.

Taylor, White host meeting

Senator, representative to talk to Steamboat residents today

State Sen. Jack Taylor, R-Steamboat Springs, and state Rep. Al White, R-Winter Park, will host a town-hall style meeting from 11 a.m. to noon today at Centennial Hall.

Roommates reach plea agreement

Three roommates pleaded guilty to possessing 1 to 8 ounces of marijuana in exchange for having charges of intent to distribute marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia dropped.

School offers more courses

High school registration continues through next week

From being able to repair a leaky pipe to solving advanced mathematical equations, Steamboat Springs High School Principal Dave Schmid and his staff want to provide their students with every opportunity to prepare themselves for success in the post-graduation world.