News for Friday, September 7, 2007

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Sailors bump up to take out Tigers

It's too early in the high school volleyball season for the Summit Tigers to hit the panic button, even if they have been swept in both of their home matches.

Soroco takes on Saratoga

Rams football looking for another win tonight

Despite all the excitement of Soroco High School football opening up its offense last week against Glenwood Springs' junior varsity squad, Rams head coach David Bruner was most impressed with the other side of the ball.

Steamboat tennis facing a challenge

Top teams expected at Grand Junction tournament

Through the first two tournaments of the year, it's hard to tell where the Steamboat Springs High School boys tennis team stands in the state.

New coach inspires cross country team

Matt Reinhold is doing everything he can to immerse the Steamboat Springs cross country team in the culture of running.

Sailors looking for win in league opener

Winning nonleague games is great - they build confidence, show how a team compares statewide and can help a team knock off any of the rust that wind sprints and power cleans didn't fix in the summer.

Fast-paced Huskies' offense come out ahead to shut out Sailors at home

The matchup had been on head coach Dave Cope's mind for the past year.

Getting over the hump

Steamboat Springs' boys golf team places third

A day after finishing third at a home tournament in Steamboat Springs, another third place finish had head Sailors coach Steve Dodson disenchanted with his team's Thursday performance at the Moffat County High School boys Invitational Golf Tournament at the Yampa Valley Golf Course in Craig.

New YVRA assistant manager to take broader job

The search for a new assistant manager at Yampa Valley Regional Airport is moving forward, an airport official said Thursday.

Business File for Sept. 9

Six join ownership team at Colorado Group

Bridget Asbury, Kelda Combs Wall, Joyce Hartless, Dave Hartley, Chris Paoli and Cindy Ptach have been named owners of Colorado Group Realty. Its sales associates equally own the independent real-estate company, Steamboat Springs' largest.

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Art in layman's terms

Artists' Gallery opens new 'Vernacular' exhibit today

Laura Wait has an unusual interest in hay bales.

Briefs for September 7

Ice hockey officials' seminars Sept. 15 and 16

The Record for September 5

Wednesday, Sept. 5

Leisure Mountain Studio keeps walls full of local work

The walls at Leisure Mountain Studio Gallery Coffee are booked through September 2008.

Happy hours for Sep. 7

Happy hours for Sep. 7

American Relay releases blues, rock CD to 'Boat

American Relay's first goal for its hometown CD release party on Saturday is to bring some rock 'n' roll to Steamboat. The next step, jokes guitarist/vocalist Nick Sullivan, is to conquer the world.

Cooking for a cause

Six kitchens on display for Strings in the Mountains fundraiser

There are a lot of ways to dress up a kitchen: extra counter space, extra ovens, extra sinks, extra freezers, designer spice racks.

My first - and last - night at Dos Amigos

I've only been in Steamboat since June. Before Sunday's closing, my only familiarity with Dos Amigos in Ski Time Square came from writing articles about its impending closure. I won't pretend for a second to be wistful about it. But I will say this: My first and only night at Dos Amigos was a hell of a lot of fun.

CD reviews for Sept. 7

CD reviews for Sept. 7

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Police: Woman killed her infant daughter

A 33-year-old Steamboat Springs woman has been charged with the murder of her 1-year-old daughter. Luz Devina Cisneros was arrested Thursday after police said she killed her infant daughter, Brianna Simon, in her Walton Ponds apartment.

White to run for Senate in 2008

Al White, current Republican state representative for Northwest Colorado House District 57, has announced he will run for state Senate District 8 in 2008.

Deb Babcock: Propagating perennials through division

Every few years, my irises and tulips seem to come up smaller and shorter, with some shoots never developing flowers at all. This summer, one of my groundflower beds reminds me of my bald Uncle Dale with its bare center and leafy fringe.

Margaret Hair: Why R. Kelly is brilliant, Ch. 2

When the first five episodes of "Trapped in the Closet" debuted in summer 2005, R. Kelly was the smartest man in pop music.

Rail spur moves forward

It was anything but an enthusiastic endorsement, but the Routt County Planning Commission recommended for approval Xcel Energy's application for a rail spur near Hayden.

County to ask voters for funds

Ballot measure seeks property taxes for road improvements

The city won't be alone in asking for increased property taxes this November.

Interim superintendent interviews Monday

Steamboat Springs School District officials plan to interview three interim superintendent candidates Monday in hopes of having someone in place in the next two weeks.