News for Monday, June 5, 2006

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Vandals damage jumps

Todd Wilson was thrilled to see young ski jumpers take flight off the plastic-covered slope of the new K-68 jump at Howelsen Hill last weekend. But he isn't as excited about some things that have happened at the jumps after the sun sets.

Two Tiger teammates head off to college

Bruchez, Letlow join opposing

It was hard for them to imagine playing against one another; after all, they've been teammates since they were young boys. But Bruchez, who will play football at Colorado School of Mines in the fall, and Letlow, who is headed off to play football at Mesa State College, will be opponents in future years.

All-out ascent

Thunderhead Hill Climb next race in Town Challenge

As director of the Steamboat Springs Town Challenge series and one of the organizers for the upcoming Rio 24 Hours of Steamboat mountain bike race, Gretchen Sehler carefully watches the course conditions on Mount Werner.

The Record for June 6

Sunday, June 4 12:43 a.m. Police responded to the 3800 block of Whistler Road, where there reportedly was a large group of juveniles being loud. The juveniles were warned and advised.

In the weeds

Green foliage means county weed-control time

Some Routt County residents can be hostile to the non-natives who move in to the area for good, especially ones from Canada.

Housing dreams come true in Hayden

Eight families complete project

After spending more than a year building his home on the south side of Hayden, Nick Planansky signed the final paperwork May 26. It was pretty obvious what to do next.

Triple Crown up for review

Regardless of whether a Northwest Colorado regional sports complex is built, Triple Crown Sports could continue to have a presence in Steamboat Springs through summer 2008.

Decision time

City could make community center location official

The future site of a new Steamboat Springs community center could be made official tonight.

School Board member issues apology

Steamboat Springs School Board member John DeVincentis issued a public apology Monday night saying it was wrong of him to publicly criticize the district superintendent during a meeting last month.

News in brief for June 6

Author study to discuss 'A Prayer for the Dying' Bud Werner Memorial Library's Literary Sojourn Author Study will meet June 20 to discuss Stewart O'Nan's "A Prayer for the Dying."