News for Saturday, June 3, 2006

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Traffic delays anticipated for marathon

Most runners should finish the Steamboat Marathon before noon today, but residents and visitors are urged to show caution when driving through Steamboat Springs or toward North Routt County.

All day, all night

Rio 24 Hours of Steamboat nears

The warning is in the middle of the page and printed in bold letters. "This event is not recommended for entry-level racers."

Antonio R. Marxuach: Need real solution

There is no way to accurately reflect the viewpoints of Steamboat residents regarding the question "Where should a new indoor pool be built?" unless you include the option of "neither."

Lowell Whiteman grads step into the sunlight

Elizabeth Findell said she thought Saturday's Lowell Whiteman School graduation ceremony was more like a mirage than reality.

Open house details project

Burgess Creek site up for public review

Residents will get an initial look Tuesday at the first proposed steps in a major development project at the base of the Steamboat Ski Area.

Triple Crown rolls into town

All eyes toward Hayden as tournaments' future, facilities face uncertainty

Beginning Monday, 120 girls softball teams from across the country will arrive in Northwest Colorado to kick off this summer's series of Triple Crown Sports baseball and softball tournaments.

Charlene Stees: Cyclists a problem

Cyclists a problem

Seniors sail away

Class of 2006 ready for the 'ride of life'

As the Class of 2006's 141 students --rom Joel Ackerman to Hana Zittel -- were called to the stage to receive their diplomas, the message of collective accomplishment resonated most with senior Justin Lucas, a severe-needs student in the school's special education program who inspired the crowd's loudest cheers.

Get a taste of South Routt

The ninth annual Taste of South Routt returns June 25 to Oak Creek's Decker Park. The festive summer tradition will bring back some of the best food in the county, craft and merchant booths, live music and fun and games for the whole family.

Our View: The future is yours

During the past three weeks, 222 Routt County high school seniors have graduated. They deserve to be congratulated.

Weekly planner

Weekly planner

Steve Lewis: A loose cannon

The Steamboat Pilot & Today has become a loose cannon.

Graduates: The future is yours

During the past three weeks, 222 Routt County high school seniors graduated. They deserve to be congratulated.

The spirit of Carl Howelsen

If Carl Howelsen were alive today, I know exactly where he would be.