News for Thursday, June 15, 2006



Farmers markets reap harvests

No summer is complete without a farmers market.

City awards residents money

Westland mobile-home owners to receive average of $19,400

Westland Mobile Home Park residents breathed a sigh of relief Thursday night after the Steamboat Springs City Council decided to award the group members $550,000 for the loss of their homes.

The Kings who played for the queen

Listening to books on tape was the only thing that kept Chris Daniels sane while touring Europe in a bus with 10 other guys.

On Scene for June 16

If I close my eyes when I listen to classical music, I always picture myself in some fabulous gown in the middle of a great empty ballroom, dancing. When I opened my eyes Sunday night, I was at Harwigs/L'Apogee.

Off off Broadway

Composer and lyricist Joe Patrick Ward has been working on his "Fools for Broadway" musical for 11 years. He already has written 80 songs for it.

A Rainbow discussion

Officials bracing for impact of group's gathering on Steamboat

Members of the Rainbow Family of Living Light already have arrived in Routt County, and Steamboat Springs officials have begun ramping up for the tens of thousands still to come.

Allison's picks for June 16

Buzzcut Sheep Where: Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant, 628 Lincoln Ave. Cost: Free Why you should go: Because you miss seeing this local band, and who knows when they will be able to have another reunion?

Music calendar for June 16-22

Friday ¤ Steve Boynton When: 2 to 5 p.m. Where: Poolside at The Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel Cost: Free to hotel guests Call: 871-5500

South Routt board fills school vacancies

A new chapter in Soroco athletics began Thursday night, as the South Routt School Board approved the contract of the man who will replace longtime physical education teacher and coach Gary Heide.

Tubing by day

Saddleback Ranch seeks permit for hill with rope tow

Saddleback Ranch owner Wayne Iacovetto said he doesn't have any down time.

The Record for June 14

Routt County rally

Young local golfer places in Haywhacker tourney

Hank Franks has helped transform the Haymaker Golf Course into a statewide destination for the sport's brightest young talent.

In the loop

Arthur Lee Land brings his one-man band to town

You have to see it to believe it. Arthur Lee Land is a one-man band, and he can simultaneously produce the sounds of West African percussion, acoustic and electric guitars, guitar synth, talk box and vocals.