News for Monday, August 22, 2005



News in brief for Aug. 23

Frontier Airlines executive speaks today at Rotary Sam Addoms, chairman of Frontier Airlines, will speak before the Steamboat Springs Rotary Club today, and members of the public are invited to join the Rotary for lunch and the program. His appearance is scheduled for noon at the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel and Conference Center.

Delta fall service debuts next month

Arriving passengers at Yampa Valley Regional Airport up slightly in July

Passenger numbers at Yampa Valley Regional Airport were up slightly in July over the record numbers of July 2004.

Rider critical after fall

A Craig man involved in a rodeo accident Sunday remained in critical condition Monday at a Denver hospital.

Forum explores options

Many tools needed to build affordable employee housing

To have lasting employee housing in Routt County, the community needs to have a variety of strategies. At the top of the list is a stable funding source.

Senior Odyssey still required

Board approves appeals process to meet students' needs

Senior Odyssey will remain a graduation requirement for Steamboat Springs students for the 2005-06 school year, the School Board unanimously decided Monday night.

The Record for Aug. 23

Sunday, Aug. 21 12:56 a.m. A fight in progress was reported in Ski Time Square, but police were unable to locate it.

County to look at policy for paving roads

The volume of traffic on a road will be one of nine factors in Routt County's decision about when to pave roads.

Pro Rodeo Series champions named

The Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series rounded out the 2005 season Saturday with a crop of mostly new championship winners.

Apaches refuel in Steamboat

Two Apache attack helicopters returning from Afghanistan refueled Monday morning at Steamboat Springs Airport.