News for Monday, September 10, 2007



Colorado Springs woman dies on Rabbit Ears Pass

Husband the driver of semitrailer that rolled over Sunday night

A Colorado Springs woman died late Sunday night on Rabbit Ears Pass after the Safeway semitrailer she was riding in rolled over and burst into flames. Her husband was driving the vehicle.

Eyes on the Tigers

Hayden football gaining respect

Two weeks and two wins into the season, the Hayden High School football team still has something to prove.

Luke Graham: Lock 'em up

The last time the Buffalo Bills made the playoffs, I didn't have my driver's license, I was still trying to figure out girls and Bill Clinton was president.

The Record for Sept. 8

12:09 a.m. An officer was requested in the 1400 block of Conestoga Circle. A juvenile couple was reportedly arguing. Police turned the male over to his mother.

Briefs for Sept. 10

Today through Wednesday, the Colorado Open Space Alliance will hold its eighth annual conference at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort.

Trail designers seek Howelsen input

Four-season trail users have an opportunity to contribute to the vision for Howelsen Hill's future at a public meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at the Olympian Hall Fireplace Room.

New pool, slides taking shape

Hot Springs renovation aims for Christmas-week opening

The construction site at the Old Town Hot Springs is looking more and more like the final product. A mechanical room has been constructed, the walls of a new, curving activity pool are being built and two new waterslides are nearly complete.

Steamboat hangs onto top 10

SKI magazine reader's poll rates resort ninth, same as last year

When it comes to the SKI magazine annual reader's poll, it's a case of dejà vu for the Steamboat Ski Area.

High quality of care noted in Steamboat preschools

Three Steamboat area preschools have earned top ratings in state evaluations.

Pressing charges slide in

Mudslide property owner considering legal action

The property owner of land involved in a Thursday night mudslide does not believe the slide was caused solely by natural occurrences, and is considering legal action against both the Yampa Valley Electric Association and Routt County.

Monday Medical: You can cut the risk of stroke

There are many myths surrounding the topic of stroke. Many people believe stroke is unpreventable. This is false. Stroke is largely preventable by following healthy lifestyle habits and possibly using medical treatment.

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Driver crashes into home

Accident causes no serious injuries

An allegedly drunken Steamboat Springs man drove his speeding car into the living room of a Walton Pond apartment early Sunday morning, injuring only himself and leading law enforcement on a brief chase that ended in his arrest.

Aging Well: Music to the ears

Upcoming concert an opportunity for seniors to reap auditory pleasures

Exaltation, triumph, grandeur. Most of us experience little of this in our everyday lives. Yet, Ira Dubinsky feels these and many other powerful emotions while listening to classical music.