News for Monday, March 27, 2006



Riverwalk up for review

A downtown project that would result in the demolition of Westland Trailer Park gets another review from the Steamboat Springs City Council tonight.

Town gives ideas on center

VNA discusses addition to The Haven with public

There was a time when board members discussed closing The Haven assisted living center because there were not enough residents. Today, there is a waiting list for seniors who want to live at the facility on the east edge of Hayden.

Steamboat girls move to 2-1

Sailors bounce back for two wins Saturday after opening with loss

It didn't take long for the members of the Steamboat Springs High School tennis team to put Friday night's disappointing loss to Eaton behind them.

Martin drops his bid for seat

Democrat Bill Martin quit the race for county commissioner Monday, saying he did not get enough support at last week's party caucus.

Club team rocks competition in tournament

The eighth-grade girls on Tom Stockdale's club basketball team are off to a fast start this spring.

Absentee voter deadlines approaching

Hayden and Oak Creek voters who want to cast ballots early in their municipal elections have until Friday to pick up applications.

The Record for March 28

12:38 a.m. An accident was reported at AprÃs Ski Way and Walton Creek Road. There were no injuries. Police arrested a 15-year-old involved in the accident on an outstanding warrant.

Officials talk transportation

City, county leaders discuss bus service

County Commissioner Nancy Stahoviak thinks Steamboat II should be in the city of Steamboat Springs bus route.

Briefs for March 28

A 12-year-old girl from the Front Range suffered facial injuries and possibly a broken nose after a snowmobile accident Monday afternoon.

Reiter finds reason to believe at snowboarding finals

This wasn't the gold medal season snowboarder Justin Reiter was hoping for in November, but in the end, a few words from his mother put it into perspective.