News for Friday, August 12, 2005



City Council's Distrit 3 race heats up

City Planning Commissioner Dick Curtis announced plans Friday to run for City Council, representing Steamboat Springs' far south side.

The Record for Aug. 13

Thursday, Aug. 11 6:38 a.m. A person reportedly was illegally dumping trash into a Dumpster in the 800 block of Weiss Drive. The person was gone when officers arrived.

Funding will help Main Lodge

Grant from historic society to aid building reconstruction

Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp recently received a $150,000 grant to repair its aging Main Lodge. The money came from the Colorado Historical Society's State Historical Fund.

Doctor faces charges

A Steamboat Springs optometrist was arrested Thursday on harassment charges after he allegedly grabbed a female employee by the arm and pushed her out a door.

Practice starts Monday

Athletes reminded to have forms completed

The first day of school at Steamboat Springs High School isn't until Aug. 29, but fall sports begin Monday.

Police investigating hate-crime incident at CMC

No suspects have been identified in case of racially offensive graffiti left on vehicle

Several racially offensive slurs were found written in ketchup and mustard on a car parked in one of the Colorado Mountain College parking lots Friday morning.

Outage leaves some in the dark

Isolated businesses, residences affected by power failure

Since Thomas Edison lit the first light bulb in 1879, people have become very dependent on electricity.

Sailors gather for regatta

Lake sailors are some of the best in the sport. They have to be. Winds shift constantly and without warning, and sailors have to be ready.

News Briefs for Aug. 13

Sen. Salazar to come to Steamboat on Monday