News for Tuesday, March 28, 2006



Golf excitement growing

The greens and fairways at Haymaker Golf Course are buried beneath several feet of snow, but it's not too early for locals to start thinking about golf.

Students tune up imaginations

Ryan Fralick said she was bossy and had a hard time working with others before she got involved in the Hayden School District's Destination Imagination program.

Jonathan Kaplan: What matters?

With the debate about a new multi-million dollar sports complex, its location, funding, and concerns in the community about the value of a continued relationship with Triple Crown, perhaps it might be time to talk seriously about what we really value in our community.

Grand auction totals $23M

American Skiing Co. officials were cautiously anticipating a new era Tuesday, one in which they could make a deliberate re-entry into the real estate development game.

City approves Westland demolition permit

The demolition of Westland Mobile Home Park has become a near certainty.

Shake-ups throughout school district

Two administrators submit resignations, Stanford set to return

A former Steamboat Springs School District administrator could be returning to her old post, and two other administrators have submitted their resignations.

Golfers still must wait for snow to melt

The thick layer of snow in the Steamboat area is a reminder that golf season is still more than a month away.

Skater loves to perform

Christian Heritage School sixth-grader Sara Pugh can't really remember why she started ice skating, but she's more than happy to share the reasons she continues.

Election hopefuls to spell out plans

Hayden Town Board and mayoral candidates will talk about the issues facing Hayden and their intentions as elected representatives during a candidates forum at 7 p.m. Thursday at Town Hall.

The Record for March 29

5:27 p.m. A man was taken to the hospital because he had consumed too much alcohol. Police said the man was attempting to ride his bike west on Lincoln Avenue and apparently crashed several times before weaving into traffic, where he was almost hit. Criminal charges were filed against the man for false reporting and obstructing rescue workers.

Briefs for March 29

Comunidad Integrada will host Craig's second annual Cinco de Mayo Festival from 12 to 5 p.m. May 6 at the picnic area of the Moffat County Fairgrounds.

Police chief anticipates students will face felonies

Two of the three boys who police think were involved in branding four Hayden High School students earlier this month are talking to attorneys but not to police, Hayden police Chief Jody Lenahan said Tuesday.

January was busiest in decade at airport

Airport may top 100,000 arrivals

There are signs at Yampa Valley Regional Airport that the ski season is celebrating its last hurrah.

Frank J. Gerken: Thanks Wal-Mart

I would like to publicly thank Mark Mead, the Steamboat Springs Wal-Mart and the store's patrons for making our school support mission possible.

Our View: Build bridges, not walls

The Senate Judiciary Committee's approval Monday of an immigration bill that includes a guest-worker provision is the kind of proposal our country needs to be debating.

Beauprez, Holtzman to speak at dinner

The Routt County Republicans' annual Lincoln Day Dinner will feature both GOP gubernatorial candidates.