News for Monday, May 3, 2004



Steamboat dominates Delta

The Steamboat Spring High school girls soccer team is 10-0 in league play this season, the undisputed champion of the Western Slope for the second year and already assured of a home playoff game Saturday.

Marchus sues county

Ex-building official claims his due process rights were violated

Mark Marchus, ex-chief building official, has filed a civil case against Routt County challenging the county's decision to fire him and stating the county has violated his Constitutional right of due process.

City, county OK area plan update

After four hours of fast-paced discussions and public comment Monday night, city and county elected officials unanimously approved the Steamboat Springs Area Community Plan Update.

Soroco leads way in CSAP

100 percent of third-graders score proficient or better in reading test

It's difficult to improve upon 100 percent, but that's exactly the challenge South Routt Elementary School Principal Troy Zabel and his staff will face next year.

Teachers: KSBP is dead

The Knowledge and Skills-Based Pay system died Monday night -- at least in the eyes of a couple of the teachers who've spent years working on it.

Base project goes to council

Steamboat Springs City Council will hear a proposal to develop six duplexes and four triplexes near the base of the Steamboat Ski Area during its regularly scheduled meeting tonight.

County to update zoning regulations

For the first time since 1972, Routt County has a proposed comprehensive update to its zoning and subdivision regulations. Over the past 30 years, more than 50 amendments have been made to the regulations.