News for Monday, September 3, 2007



Retirees volunteer and see the world

As an elementary school teacher, Joni Moss of Clark never imagined that in retirement, she would still be helping children.

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Sheep, dogs ... and monkeys

Sheepdog Classic begins Wednesday

Highly trained dogs from across the globe. Spirited competition with, in some cases, a national berth on the line.

Fitness class aims to help seniors with arthritis

Living with arthritis can be incredibly painful. But local health officials say that with a little stretching and movement, relieving arthritis pain has become easier than ever.

The Record for Sept. 1

1:55 a.m. A bear was reported in the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue.

Air Fest entertains pilots-to-be

Denver museum teaches aviation with models and candy

Not far from the antique planes and classic cars on display for the third annual Wild West Air Fest on Sunday, potential future pilots turned their eyes to the sky.

Boettcher caps race journey with record for reversed course

Bernie Boettcher has rounded the globe for the last 265 weeks, running - and often winning - a different race each weekend.

Hayden High School alumnus saddles up in Bull Bash

When the Professional Bull Riders' season kicked off at the beginning of October 2006, all was going as planned for Jake Booco.

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Meetings ease construction concerns

Business owners and contractors work out traffic issues

Weekly meetings to discuss concerns about downtown construction are improving relations between contractors and downtown business owners, city staff and a downtown organizer said last week.

Monday Medical: Color your diet

Eating healthy foods isn't so black and white

Everyone prefers the bigger box of crayons; a color printer to black and white. Color adds more to life, and it's just, well, natural. It's also an easy way to better balance your diet.

School Board ballot set

No additional candidates emerge; two contested elections

Two of the three open Steamboat Springs School Board seats will be contested in the Nov. 6 election.

Steamboat briefs for Sept. 3

The Routt County Sheriff's Office is applying for a $5,000 state grant to beef up its drunken driving enforcement.