News for Friday, June 9, 2006



Ski area founder named to state Ski Hall of Fame

Steamboat Springs ski pioneer Jim Temple, the primary founder of the Steamboat Ski Area, has been named to the Colorado Ski Hall of Fame.

Trip to Brazil provides perspective

Summer Laws and Riley Polumbus spent a month 6,000 miles from home, but the two Steamboat Springs residents say they didn't feel like tourists during their stay in Brazil.

Rugby season opens in Vail

Steamboat Rugby Club captain Michael Hurley chooses his words carefully.

Tipton heading to town

Republican candidate to host barbecue fundraiser

Scott Tipton is happy to be flying solo.

School shows off new wheels

The Hayden Booster Club has some new wheels to show off.

Housing Authority to start courses

For anyone planning on purchasing a home, an upcoming course could clear up some confusion that often is part of the home-buying process.

The Record for June 8

Weekend tourism down

Tourism is expected to be off noticeably Saturday night compared to the same time in June 2005. However, it's still ahead of the corresponding weekend in June 2003 and 2004.

Miracle worker

Store owner raises money for children's charity

Children are supposed to smile, laugh and play. They aren't supposed to spend days, weeks or months in hospitals.