News for Friday, January 27, 2006



Town Board selects new member

You can always tell how heated an Oak Creek Town Board meeting was by how long it ran.

Remnants of days gone by

Preserving heirlooms requires common sense

It's not uncommon to inherit photos, quilts and documents from family members. It's also not uncommon to find unlabeled photos and water-damaged textiles in the collection.

Sailors left behind

The visiting Pine Creek Eagles made the most of the power play Friday night. The hometown Sailors didn't.

Sullivan sentenced in DUI case

Local man to serve year in jail, 10 years probation

A Steamboat Springs man was sentenced to one year in prison and 10 years of supervised probation Friday for his role in a rollover accident that severely injured two of his passengers last summer.

Snowpack lessens avalanche danger

A weeklong break from consistent snowfall was scheduled to end this weekend, but the brief respite allowed the snowpack to settle and avalanche danger to subside.

Sales tax revenue rises

Local business managers credit November's surge in sales tax revenue to the area's abundant snowfall and increased business travel.

Hayden exhausts Soroco

Different date. Different gym. Same story.

Rams come from behind to take out Tigers

With 2 minutes, 20 seconds left, the basketball official's whistle blew, and Soroco senior Kyla Schmidt dropped her head.

The Record for Jan. 29

Thursday, Jan. 26 7:42 a.m. A man near Columbine Drive and Walton Creek Road reportedly ran through a school bus' stop sign. Officers gave him a citation.

Briefs for Jan. 29

Senate committee passes Taylor's bill The Colorado Senate's Agriculture, Natural Resources and Energy Committee approved a bill sponsored by Sen. Jack Taylor, R-Steamboat Springs, on Thursday.