News for Monday, August 8, 2005



Senior Odyssey still under fire

Alyssa Pierson placed a sneaker and a sandal on the podium to make a point to the Steamboat Springs School Board about Senior Odyssey.

Fair to heat up next week

The dog days of summer are typical in August, but they rarely come with dog paw readings, pet tricks and the 50-yard dash.

The Record for Aug. 9

Sunday, August 7 12:26 a.m. A loud party was reported on Yahmonite Street. Police warned and advised party attendees.

Bridges backs referenda C, D

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Rutt Bridges said he drew one of his earliest lessons in politics from a flock of chickens he was responsible for while growing up in rural Georgia.

Early release days planned

Parents of school-age children might want to start planning for the nine days this school year that students will be released early from school.

Local riders fill U.S. team

Snowboarding coach Thedo Remmelink must be doing something right in Steamboat Springs.

Rides encouraged to YVRA

As construction begins at Yampa Valley Regional Airport, the county is asking travelers not to park their vehicles in the parking lot long term.

Briefs for Aug. 9

Resident arrested on suspicion of stealing wine A 21-year-old Steamboat Springs man was arrested on suspicion of stealing a $23 bottle of wine from Mambo Italiano.