News for Wednesday, May 5, 2004



Kien to run for county commissioner

Oak Creek resident Mike Kien has announced his candidacy for the Routt County Commission's District I seat.

EPYCS to grant $40,000

Five area high schools participate in philanthropy program

Students from five area high schools will present $40,000 today to local nonprofits that each school thinks is most worthy of financial assistance.

Council to hold trailer meeting

For months, Bobbi Hodge has been on a tireless, one-woman crusade, repeatedly appearing before the City Council to urge it to look at a more stringent mobile-home ordinance.

State tennis berths on line this weekend

The Steamboat Springs girls tennis team will go after its first regional title when play opens at the two-day tournament in Grand Junction on Friday.

Peewee wrestlers wrap up season

In the past six weeks, Kindergarten wrestler Cole Higgins has set the standard for Peewee wrestling in Steamboat.

Water election brings three new faces

For the third election in a row, no incumbents were re-elected to the Morrison Creek Metropolitan Water and Sanitation District board of directors.

Hayden earns CSAP honor

District is first locally to top 90% for three consecutive years

Hayden Elementary School third-graders have accomplished something unique to third-graders in the Yampa Valley.

Woman pleads guilty to theft

Ex-employee must repay more than $7,000 stolen from Go-Fer

A former Go-Fer Foods employee pleaded guilty Wednesday to stealing more than $7,000 from the convenience store.

DA: Prison in best interest of unborn child

A 21-year-old Kremmling woman was sentenced to one year in prison for violating bail bond conditions under a plea agreement the district attorney said was in the best interest of her unborn child.

The Record for May 6

7:12 a.m. A dispute between neighbors was reported in the 1500 block of Meadow Lane. A Steamboat Springs Police officer was called to talk to the neighbors.

Fund Board talks real estate

Members debate purchase of N. Routt Community Charter School

Speculative real estate has made fortunes for some and bankrupted others.

Sailors seal opener

Steamboat triumphs over Englewood in home debut

Turns out bad habits are hard to break, but all the nasty tendencies the Steamboat Springs boys lacrosse team picked up by spending weeks practicing in a gym are starting to wear off.

Briefs for May 6

Two Steamboat Springs boys were arrested last week, suspected of being involved in church vandalism that occurred more than a year ago.