News for Friday, August 19, 2005



Jewell makes small sacrifices for big goal

Olympics hopeful Tyler Jewell understands sacrifice.

Three-way race for District 2 council seat

City Councilman Loui Antonucci will have some competition in the District 2 race this fall.

Robbins pleads not guilty

The driver involved in a June 10 accident that claimed the life of 22-year-old Clark resident Jeffrey Harris pleaded not guilty Friday in Grand County Court.

News in Brief for Aug. 20

The Steamboat Springs Arts Council presents the North Routt County Artists' Studio Tour from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. The self-guided tour will feature 15 artists at nine North Routt studio locations, from Elk River Road to Clark.

De Wardt joins United Colours

Steamboat Springs race car driver Winston de Wardt has joined the United Colours program.

Runners ready for challenge

Seventh annual Ski Haus Continental Divide run Sunday

When Ski Haus started the Continental Divide Trail Run, the local business had area residents -- and its employees -- in mind.

Connell turning seat over

Longtime councilwoman won't seek re-election

After eight years on the Steamboat Springs City Council, former president Kathy Connell won't seek another term.

Commission likes LPS plans

County group continues its praise of proposed subdivisions

The Routt County Planning Commission on Thursday continued its praise for developers' plans for land-preservation subdivisions.

Qdoba coming to 'Boat

Burrito chain preparing to open in Central Park South

Wheat Ridge-based "quick-serve" burrito chain Qdoba Mexican Grill is preparing to open a new restaurant in the Central Park South shopping center.

Experts meet to explore new approach to aging

Too often, seniors' lives are filled with limitations. In addition to physical barriers, they sometimes have little or no say about where and how they age. They may suffer from helplessness and boredom -- a result of being isolated from the community at large.

The Record for Aug. 20

1:08 a.m. A 16-year-old driver near Third and Oak streets received a citation for violating curfew.