News for Sunday, June 4, 2006



Tom Ross: Rogue grouse and wild turkey gang up on cyclists

It isn't enough that we have callow mountain lions trying to munch on terriers and boorish bears ripping the interiors out of pickups in Routt County. Now we have a substantiated report of a blue grouse and a wild turkey working as a team in an apparent attempt to steal mountain bikes from Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club athletes.

Over $42K awarded to community

The Yampa Valley Community Foundation had a difficult time this year deciding how to allocate the $42,640 it had available to the $93,964 in grant requests.

Growing pains

'Hot and hilly' marathon tires Saitta in his sixth win

Things have changed quite a bit for Jason Saitta since his days at Thornton High School when he didn't make the varsity cross country squad.

Finders, keepers -- for a buck

Strawberry Park lost-and-found items go on sale Friday

The students at Strawberry Park Elementary School have been warned. If they do not claim their lost belongings by the end of this week, everything in the lost in found will go on sale for $1 on Friday.

Huie notches second series win at 10K

Sunday's 10-kilometer race portion of the Steamboat Marathon was a family affair for many of the 350 participants.

In a field of 900

Hola and Carlson top half marathon

Kelly Carlson felt a little anxious before Sunday's 13-mile half marathon race.