News for Wednesday, August 3, 2005



Come one, come all

Town Challenge Series offers something for everyone

Julie Hagenbuch made Gretchen Sehler an offer.

Partial grant gifted

North Routt charter school may get $12,000

The North Routt Com-munity Charter School could begin this school year with $12,000 toward the $45,000 it needs to be an Expeditionary Learning school.

Trailer demolition serves as painful reminder

Westland Mobile Home Park residents continue to worry about their future relocation

Westland Mobile Home Park residents awoke Wednesday morning to the sounds of a trackhoe and dump truck -- painful reminders that their homes are disposable.

Council has concerns about project

Steamboat Springs City Council members expressed concern Tuesday night about the height of buildings proposed for a condominium project next to Gondola Square.

Board to consider designation

Resident wants Hayden to become a Tree City USA town

About 100 years ago, not long after Hayden became an incorporated town, a young man walked to the Yampa River and gathered cottonwood seeds.

Man to face trial in second case

A man facing vehicular homicide charges has denied an accusation that he was driving recently despite having a revoked license.

Craig suspect pleads guilty to robbery

An 18-year-old Craig man pleaded guilty Wednesday to robbing a man on the Yampa River Core Trail.

The Record for Aug. 4

12:24 a.m. A man and woman were reported arguing in the 1500 block of Meadow Lane. Police officers gave the man a courtesy ride somewhere else.

Horizons' request approved

County commissioners support group's ballot question

The Routt County Board of Commissioners needed convincing before it supported a ballot question asking voters to contribute 1 mill to people with mental retardation who use Horizons Specialized Services.

News in Brief for Aug. 4

Small fire causes damage, closes Eighth Street