News for Sunday, August 21, 2005

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CAP training prepares pilots

In simulated missions, Civil Air Patrol volunteers spent the weekend scouring the mountains in Routt County for lost hikers, downed aircraft and possible terrorists.

New royalty hailed at fair

Riding a galloping horse around an arena while holding a bouquet of roses and waving to a crowd is harder than it looks.

News in brief for Aug. 22

Volunteers still needed for Steamboat Springs triathlon Volunteers are needed for the Steamboat Springs Triathlon on Sunday. Those interested can register online at www.5430sports.com through the Steamboat Springs triathlon link. Anyone with questions can call Joy Rasmussen at Colorado Group Realty at 875-2933.

Former teacher to run for School Board

A longtime Steamboat Springs teacher announced last week she will run for the Steamboat Springs School Board.

The Record for Aug. 22

Saturday, Aug. 20 1:22 a.m. A fight was reported in the 200 block of West Jefferson Avenue in Hayden. It turned out not to be a fight.

Bronc rider hospitalized

Craig man bucked off horse, appeared to fall on head

A Craig man was hospitalized Sunday after being bucked off a horse at the Routt County Fairgrounds.

Tom Ross: Last call for summer

Ptarmigan already pturning color high on ptundra

We hiked about as high into the Mount Zirkel Wilderness as a soul can hike during the weekend, hoping to find a snowdrift for the dog to roll in. What we found was even better.