News for Monday, May 24, 2004

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Getting in gear

Bikers prepare for first of eight races in series

The mountain bike trails at the base of Howelsen Hill have spent several months hidden beneath several thick layers of snow.

County moving on update

Routt County will update the recreation section of its plan for the North Routt area this summer, even though the U.S. Forest Service has put its analysis of the North Routt area on hold.

Briefs for May 25

Drug arrest made early Sunday in Steamboat A Steamboat Springs man was arrested early Sunday morning on charges of possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, and several other charges.

Main Street Project about value

Burnes advocates self-help to revitalize downtown Steamboat

The Main Street Program goes beyond enhancing the profitability of downtown merchants and property owners, Kent Burnes told his audience at Centennial Hall on Monday night. It's about building a stronger community through private/public partnerships.

The Record for May 25

Sunday, May 23 2:34 a.m. A man was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol in the 1800 block of Kamar Plaza.

Police: No attempted abduction

A May 13 incident in which a 10-year-old girl came in contact with a member of a religious organization at Riverside Plaza has worried area parents, but it is not being considered an attempted kidnapping, according to the Steamboat Springs Police Department.

Bus stops to change in downtown

The location of bus stops on the west end of Lincoln Avenue will change to make it easier for passengers to find them.

Surprises abound in Pueblo

Surprises come in all sizes. That could have been the slogan for the weekend's state Democratic convention in Pueblo, where Colorado Springs educator and political novice Mike Miles stole headlines with his defeat of state Attorney General Ken Salazar.

High-flying motorcycles

Riders head to Moffat County Fairgrounds

The first time Toby Whittington saw a freestyle motorcycle event, he was hooked.

Hahn's Peak wastewater up for talks

County commissioners today will discuss concerns about wastewater in Hahn's Peak Village with a Fort Collins company that requested the meeting.