Steamboat Springs resident arrested
Steamboat Springs A 48-year-old Steamboat Springs man was arrested early Sunday morning for alleged sexual misconduct.
The man allegedly touched a female victim inappropriately, Steamboat Springs Officer Sam Silva said. Sexual misconduct is a Class 4 felony, and the Steamboat man is being held in the Routt County Jail. He was not allowed to post bond.
Three-vehicle collision injures woman
One woman was injured and one driver was cited in a three-vehicle accident Saturday afternoon at the intersection of Whistler Road and Walton Creek Road.
The driver of a Chevrolet Astro van was cited for failure to yield, allegedly causing the accident between the van and a Subaru Legacy at 12:45 p.m. Saturday.
A Honda Pilot also was involved in the accident.
Steamboat Springs Officer Sam Silva said one woman was transported to Yampa Valley Medical Center but no one else was injured in the accident. Silva did not know the status of the woman but did not suspect her injuries to be serious.
Driving program available for young drivers
The Alive-At-25 defensive driving program, for drivers ages 15 to 24, will be offered from 4 to 8:30 p.m. Feb. 13 and March 13 at the Steamboat Springs Community Center. The cost is $30, and students can register online at Alive-at-25.org or by calling (866) 605-3900.
The course includes risk identification, interactive video participation, discussions among participants about personal experiences, role-playing exercises to help students learn to control various situations and local traffic and driving laws. New drivers who have not completed a formal drivers education program can apply for a learners permit at age 15.5 after completing this program, and all young drivers may benefit from substantial discounts offered by some automobile insurance companies.
Youth basketball registration ongoing
Registration for the city of Steamboat Springs' youth basketball program is ongoing on a first-come, first-served basis until the programs are full. The program is for children in grades three through six. The season is from March through May. The program is designed for youths who want to learn more about the fundamentals of basketball in a non-competitive atmosphere. Stop by Parks and Recreation office to complete a registration form or call 879-4300 for more information.