News for Friday, January 6, 2006



Young actors learn the ropes at workshops

Out of an invisible magic box that sat on the floor in front of her, Sara Stout pulled an imaginary scooter that she "rode" across the room, grasping handlebars with her hands and kicking the air with her legs.

The Record for Jan. 7

Thursday, Jan. 5 12:23 a.m. A taxi driver in the 800 block of Larimer Street reported a woman couldn't pay her taxi fare because her credit card could not be processed. A member of the woman's family paid the fare.

Steamboat Springs trio places in slalom race

Lauren Letson stopped just short of saying she and her teammates could ski the face of Howelsen Hill blindfolded.

Departures outnumber arrivals

The pendulum has swung, and departing airline passengers outnumbered arrivals Friday at Yampa Valley Regional Airport.

Sailors' streak snapped

Air Academy takes down Steamboat, 1-0

For three periods on Friday night, the members of the Steamboat Springs High School hockey team did everything possible to extend the team's winning streak.

Oak Creek ready to hire town clerk

The Oak Creek Town Board will announce a town clerk Tuesday after interviews with the potential candidates Monday.

Bartender accused of theft

A bartender was arrested Thursday night on suspicion of stealing more than $700 from a tent he was working at during a Musicfest concert.

DA questions attorney's competency

Attorney Heather Turner's legal troubles escalated Thursday night when she was arrested at her Hayden home on a bench warrant issued after she failed to appear in court.

News in brief for Jan. 7

Suicide support group meets once a month

Young skiers take to trail

Anna Anderson was tired.

City profiles ideal manager

Council says official should be savvy, flexible, up for challenge

Steamboat Springs' next city manager should be savvy, flexible and willing to challenge the City Council, council members said Thursday during their daylong retreat.