News for Tuesday, August 16, 2005

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Additional charges for Tuggle

Hayden man now facing counts of rape, kidnapping, lewd conduct

A Hayden man charged with the attempted murder of his 12-year-old daughter is facing additional charges after Idaho officials confirmed the girl was raped before she was stabbed.

Man charged with ethnic intimidation

A 22-year-old man was arrested Saturday on suspicion of spray-painting racial slurs and a swastika on a car Friday night.

Rider fares well

Just making it to the 13th annual Arabian Youth Nationals was a big step for 10-year-old rider Ryan Fralick.

Council discusses gondola

Proposed people-mover would be 'visionary' investment

Is Steamboat Springs ready to invest in a multimillion dollar public/private gondola at the base of Steamboat Ski Area?

Our View: The Haven worth saving

The progress the Visiting Nurse Association has made in raising funds for The Haven Assisted Living Facility is welcome news, but more remains to be done.

Bikers brave for Buff Pass

Most riders will gain 3,600 vertical feet

Gretchen Sehler hopes Tuesday's showers hold good news for today's climbers.

Golden Meadow road work to start

The town of Hayden is asking residents to be patient during road improvements that are scheduled to begin Monday in Golden Meadows.

Schools to decide on fees

Hayden students may want to save some cash from summer jobs and allowances to help pay for sports and other school activities.

Hayden expects CSAP scores

The Hayden School District expects to receive individual student CSAP scores from the Colorado Department of Edu�--cation by the end of this week.

Planning a topic at national conference

To a non-scientist or planner, GIS technology may not sound very exciting.

Briefs for Aug. 17

The LIFT-UP Donation Center is closed this week. It will reopen Tuesday. The Donation Center simply does not have any room left for donated items. This week will be devoted to processing the huge amount of generous donations on hand so that the center can be open consistently. Call 870-0727.

Hayden School Board to decide on activity fees

Hayden students may want to save some cash from summer jobs and allowances to help pay for sports and other school activities.

District expects CSAP results

Individual scores will help Hayden analyze student performance

The Hayden School District expects to receive individual student CSAP scores from the Colorado Department of Education by the end of the week.

Anderson to run for council

Towny Anderson, a consultant in the field of redeveloping historic properties, has announced his candidacy for an at-large seat on the Steamboat Springs City Council.

Young life to hold golf tournament

Lucas Adams' golf game hasn't improved much since last year's Young Life golf tournament, but he is much more experienced at running a fund-raising event.

Man not wearing helmet in ATV accident

An Arvada man who died Saturday in an all-terrain-vehicle accident south of Steamboat Springs was not wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.

David R. Freseman: Allegations about food bank

I am writing in response to the "Sound Off" comments made in the July 31 Steamboat Pilot & Today regarding the South Routt Food Bank.

Effinger ends Golden streak

Ruth Golden's streak as champion of the Steamboat Ladies Golf Association has come to an end.

The Record for Aug. 17

1:26 a.m. A 26-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol near U.S. Highway 40 and Routt County Road 25.