News for Friday, August 5, 2005

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Outfitter worried about road

Three Forks Ranch officials appeal county's decision about oil-well route

Three Forks Ranch officials are appealing a Routt County decision to allow an access road to an oil-well site on public land.

Evidence of sexual assault

Idaho officials: 12-year-old stabbing victim was assaulted

Idaho officials have confirmed that a 12-year-old girl who was stabbed by her father and left for dead in the Idaho wilderness last month also was sexually assaulted.

Titles for Little League players

The Expos, Pirates and Rockies all earned tournament titles last week when the Little League baseball season in Steamboat Springs came to an end.

Cycling team turns field black and blue

The finish area was looking a little blue.

Mathias Peter Radl Jones

Mathias Peter Radl Jones, son of Ivana Radlova and Travis Jones of Steamboat Springs, was born at 5:45 p.m. July 16, 2005. He weighed 8 pounds and was 21 inches long. His sibling is Sebastian. His grandparents are Vera Radlova and the late Ivan Radl of Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic, and Judy and Gordon Jones of Steamboat.

Man hikes to Hunter S. Thompson's funeral

Rick McKinney needed to clear his head, so he went for a walk.

The Record for Aug. 6

12:24 a.m. A man and woman were reported arguing in the 2000 block of Homestead Court.

The Wild Child

Lerwill brings nationally known act to rodeo grounds

Born into a rodeo family, it should come as little surprise that Troy Lerwill's career path landed him in an arena.

Cafe, florist slated for Wildhorse

A florist and a bistro/cafe will be among the mix of retail shops, restaurants and services at Wildhorse Marketplace.

Final toast for wine festival

Part-time resident and winemaker will pour his creations

Steamboat Wine Festival's three days of wine and food tasting end today with a Grand Tasting of more than 500 wines.

News in Brief for Aug. 6

Registration under way for Philanthropy Days