News for Thursday, January 19, 2006



CD reviews for Jan. 20

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club "B.R.M.C" Available at All That Jazz for $16.98

Autumn Phillips: Where were you?

You idiots. That was all I could think as I looked around the room at Levelz on Tuesday night. On stage were The Wood Brothers -- Chris Wood of Medeski, Martin and Wood, and his lesser-known but no-less-talented brother, Oliver Wood.

Elk River plan moves ahead

Planning Commission unanimously backs development

The Routt County Planning Commission on Thursday recommended approval of the county's largest land preservation subdivision project, calling it a model for future projects.

Beauprez shows optimism

Republican gubernatorial candidate talks to residents

In a visit to Steamboat Springs on Thursday, U.S. Rep. Bob Beauprez campaigned as much for his home state as he did for himself.

The Record for Jan. 20

Wednesday, Jan. 18 2:38 a.m. Someone in the 2700 block of Village Drive reported hearing people in an apartment arguing loudly. Officers mediated the situation between a father and daughter, who were yelling and screaming.

Dream finally becomes reality

There are dreams, and there is reality, and there is that place in between where dreams become reality.

Music Jam with a cause

This will be Gib Manzanares' third year playing music as part of a Jimmie Heuga Snow Express fundraiser, but this year when he picks up his guitar, it will have a different meaning. Since last year's Jimmy Heuga Snow Express for Multiple Sclerosis Benefit Music Jam, Manzanares' brother was diagnosed with MS.

Autumn's Picks for Jan. 20

Today ¤ Brown Bag Lunch Lecture: "Memories to Memoirs" by Susan de Wardt When: Noon Where: Tread of Pioneers Museum, 800 Oak St. Cost: Free

Playing a portrait of Brazil

The classical guitar has a quiet but articulate way of exploring music and, in this case, the world. On Tuesday night, audience members will be ushered into the guitar way of thinking through something familiar -- Bach overture.

Reggae the way it was meant to be

Anthony B. does not water down his music. Where reggae began as a cultural and political tool, so it continues under the artistry of Anthony B.

Music calendar for Jan. 20

Tonight ¤ Steve Boynton When: 4 to 7 p.m. Where: Chaps in the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel Cost: Free Call: 871-5500

More than 900 people arrive at airport

Commercial aircraft arriving at Yampa Valley Regional Air�--port west of Steamboat Springs were near or at capacity Thursday, and the effects will be felt at area lodges Saturday night.

Museum looking for family memoirs

Tread of Pioneers Museum officials are looking for longtime Routt County families willing to donate their memoirs and writings.

Residents get voice in search

Want to have a say in who becomes the next city manager? You may have your chance. The city is looking for applicants to join the City Manager Search Community Committee.

Sailors named team of the year

A season of firsts continues for the Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team.

Big air, little boarders

Winter Sports Club's youngest riders post top results

For snowboarders struggling to land jumps, don't read this. It might be upsetting.

Briefs for Jan. 20

Designs due Feb. 1 for poster, T-shirt contest A contest is under way for a T-shirt and poster design for the third annual Teen Battle of the Bands. The design should include the words "2006 Teen Battle of the Bands." Preference will be given to artwork by teens. Designs are due Feb. 1. For more information, call Autumn Phillips at 871-4210 or e-mail

Four riders on Junior World team

Wild, Farrell, Ladley, Chythlook on to Korea

Four Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarders have been named to the FIS Junior World Championships team.

Mader tri-umphant

Sophomore takes both matches; team winless

The Palisade wrestling team was in postseason form.

Horses as object and icon

A horse is a horse, until it's more than that. As Studio Gallery 27 unveils a weeklong show of horse paintings and sculptures, it becomes immediately obvious that horses represent different things to each of the nine featured artists.

Liquor cases move forward

Cases against business owners who violated liquor laws are proceeding through the judicial system or through hearings before the Steamboat Springs City Council.