News for Monday, August 15, 2005



Salazar praises energy bill

Sen. Ken Salazar told a Steamboat Springs audience Monday the new federal energy bill is a big step forward.

VNA to host Rural Forum on Aging

Between 1990 and 2000, the number of Routt County residents nearing retirement age jumped 95 percent, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

YVHA recommends zoning decrease

The Yampa Valley Housing Authority recommended dec�reasing the amount of affordable housing required in developments west of Steamboat Springs.

Haven acquisition close

The Visiting Nurse Association is nearing the top of the fund-raising hill for acquiring The Haven Assisted Living Center in Hayden.

One woman dies in accident

A 36-year-old woman died Sunday night in a two-vehicle accident about 26 miles east of Steamboat Springs on U.S. Highway 40.

N. Routt bridge to narrow to one lane

The Glen Eden Bridge in Clark will be narrowed to one lane for the next four weeks so the deck can be replaced.

The Record for Aug. 16

Sunday, August 14, 2005 12:42 a.m. A barking dog was reported in the 1500 block of Blue Sage Drive. A report was taken.

Five generations create a lot of stories

With his grandsons marking the sixth generation living in Steamboat Springs, Larry Belton's family witnessed much of the area's history.

Berry works for title

It took two extra holes, but when Monday's high school golf tournament at the Bookcliffe Golf Club in Grand Junction came to an end, Paul Berry was on top of the pack.

Steamboat swimmers make waves at championships

With more than 400 swimmers in Canyon City for the Colorado State Seasonal Championships, it was difficult to get noticed.

News in brief for Aug. 16

Chamber looking for winter calendar events The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association is asking for event information to be included in the winter calendar of events.