News for Wednesday, August 17, 2005



Rough Buff Pass challenges riders

Daimeon Shanks brought his special climbing attire.

High drama at rabbit show

Children compete for prestigious Best in Show ribbon

The Routt County Fair's open rabbit show had several youths teeter-tottering on their toes Wednesday wondering whether their rabbits would win the prestigious Best in Show ribbon.

Event connects nonprofits with foundations in state

Next month, representatives of major foundations from across the state will stand in an empty field near Granby.

News in brief for Aug. 18

Tickets on sale for benefit concert with Marcovicci Tickets are now on sale for a benefit concert featuring cabaret singer Andrea Marcovicci performing "If I Were A Bell: The songs of Frank Loesser."

The Record for Aug. 18

Tuesday, Aug. 17 1:18 a.m. A woman reported hearing her neighbor's dog barking for more than 30 minutes in the 200 block of Hill Street. The woman later said she heard glass breaking and a thump and thought she saw something fly out the window. Officers arrived and found that the dog had jumped through the window. A report was taken.

Going back in time

During the rest of the year, you can walk through the past at Tread of Pioneers Museum. But on one day of the year, Tread of Pioneers Museum staff will try to lead you through the looking glass into the way they imagine the Old West to be.

Top bronc riders return to 'Boat

Pat Mantle Memorial highlights final weekend of rodeos

It's something cowboy Bryan Costner has wanted to win from the first time he climbed on the back of a bucking horse.

Revisions proposed to plan

Housing authority wants to relax West of Steamboat plan requirements

City and county leaders hope new affordable housing guidelines for the untapped areas west of Steamboat Springs will have 20-20 vision.

Hayden approves student activity fees

Incoming Hayden band students have to pay $50 for uniforms while student athletes do not pay for uniforms.

Funds OK'd for tennis center

Council votes to spend additional $792K to replace facility

Reasoning that it would cost more to delay, the Steamboat Springs City Council voted 6-1 this week to spend an additional $792,481 and move forward with replacing The Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs.