News for Friday, October 15, 2004



Priceless views of Steamboat Lake

If the lots in the Aspen Heights subdivision near Steamboat Lake are any indication, it's worth paying for spectacular views.

Briefs for Oct. 16

Student council establishes Taber memorial fund

Tennis player heading

As a freshman, Ramsey Bernard is supposed to be learning lessons. This week at the Class 4A state tennis tournament, he's been dishing them out.

Locals burn their passion for cooking on DVD

Nancy and Tim Clark met when they were teenagers in 1969, married in 1975 and have been dreaming up their own dinner recipes ever since.

Paonia trumps Rams

Eagles' rally dampens Soroco homecoming

Soroco running back Matt Iacovetto was speechless as he left the football field after the Rams' 14-8 loss to the Paonia Eagles on Friday night in Oak Creek.

Hayden routs Grand Valley

Grand Valley coach Mike Johnson knew the Hayden football team was good, but he was beyond impressed after watching the Tigers rout his Cardinals, 56-25, in a game that wasn't even that close Friday night.

Permits for Oct. 1-8

Steamboat Springs Steamboat Log Home Dev 2124 Clubhouse Drive Sullivan Construction Single Family Residence $534,477.50

Business briefs for Oct. 17

After three years of employment losses, Colorado is on pace to add 10,000 jobs this year, says a prominent economist scheduled to speak in Steamboat Springs on Oct. 27.

Fund-raiser provides new recycling unit

With more than $5,000 earned at the Soup Bowl Supper fund-raiser, Yampa Valley Recycles plans to build a fourth pedestrian recycling unit in Steamboat Springs.

Terminal expansion on track

The Yampa Valley Airport Commission unanimously recommended approval of a plan Thursday that will begin to decrease Yampa Valley Regional Airport's dependence on county sales taxes even as the second phase of a planned terminal expansion goes forward. The plan goes to the Routt County Board of Commissioners next week.

The Record for Oct. 16

Thursday, Oct. 14 12:11 a.m. An ambulance was requested for a man who was assaulted in the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue. The man reportedly was walking from a bar to his car parked at the Routt County Court House when an unidentified group of people assaulted him. The man was taken to the hospital.

Commission OKs plans

Hayden appears to be well on its way to the industrial and commercial growth that community leaders have been hoping for.

Electoral College may change

Amendment 36 creates controversy on both sides

Amendment 36, which would change drastically the way Colorado's Electoral College votes are cast in presidential elections, has put the state in a national spotlight.

Deputy will not be charged

The District Attorney's Office reported Friday that it will not file charges against a former sheriff's deputy who was fired six months ago and accused of allegedly having sex with a high school student.

Hayden commission tables motel

After a lengthy discussion, the Hayden Planning Commission on Thursday postponed its decision about a 60-unit motel proposed for the west end of Hayden.

Hayden falls in three games

The Grand Valley volleyball team defeated Hayden in three games Friday night in Hayden.

Mortgage rates remain flat for 10th week

Lenders mixed on effects of election

For the 10th week in a row, the national average on 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages continued to hover in the mid- to upper-5 percent range, after gradually dropping from the year's high of 6.34 percent in May, according to weekly surveys by the Freddie Mac corporate mortgage company.

Transactions for for Sept. 28-Oct. 11