News for Wednesday, January 11, 2006

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Board to act on curriculum

The Odyssey odyssey is nearing another turning point.

Wrestlers look to pin top seeds

Less than one month remains before the Class 4A and Class 2A regional tournaments, and wrestlers in Soroco, Hayden and Steamboat Springs are settling into their weight classes.

Mayor pro-tem named clerk

After living in Oak Creek for 32 years and serving as the town clerk when it was a part-time job in the 1970s, Karen Halterman decided it was time to try the job again.

Riverwalk, barn on agenda

Steamboat Springs planning commissioners are set to have a busy night.

Coca-Cola plant to move to Hayden business park

The owner of the Coca-Cola distribution center in Craig confirmed this week that he plans to move the business to a new commercial park being developed in Hayden.

Woman pleads guilty to theft

One of the two women accused of stealing more than $39,000 from the Hampton Inn & Suites pleaded guilty to felony theft in court Wednesday.

The Record for Jan. 12

12:46 a.m. A man near Seventh Street and Lincoln Avenue reported an incoherent passenger riding the bus. The man said he didn't think the passenger needed medical attention.

Town Board to OK modified codes

After conducting just two meetings in the past two months, the Oak Creek Town Board is poised to get back to business tonight.

Snowmobiler killed on Rabbit Ears Pass identified

The woman killed Tuesday afternoon while trying to cross U.S. Highway 40 near Dumont Lake on a snowmobile has been identified as 42-year-old Carol Wayland of Michigan.

Nordic Challenge creates Hill Climb

Race from rodeo grounds to quarry

The Mountain Cut Hill Climb isn't until Sunday, but Dan Smilkstein thinks the inaugural cross-country ski race will be an instant classic.

Woman pleads guilty to holiday stabbing

A 35-year-old Canadian woman arrested on Thanksgiving Day on suspicion of stabbing a man with a steak knife pleaded guilty Wednesday to felony menacing.

Knowledge bowlers place second

A group of Steamboat Springs High School students have learned not to mistake neutrons for croutons.

Briefs for Jan. 12

After several days during which departing passengers outnumbered arriving ones at Yampa Valley Regional Airport, the build-up to the Martin Luther King holiday weekend reversed the trend Wednesday.