News for Monday, September 17, 2007



Peruvian dies in wreck near Yampa

Driver faces possible vehicular homicide charge in Sunday wreck

A man was killed Sunday morning in a one-vehicle rollover accident in the Routt National Forest east of Yampa.

The Record for Sept. 15

1:42 a.m. A Steamboat Springs police officer apprehended an intoxicated male who was suspected of stealing a mountain bike. No charges were filed and the individual was sent to detox.

Steamboat briefs for Sept. 17

The Yampa Valley Team is seeking volunteers to join the "Walk to D'feet ALS" on Saturday, Sept. 29 in Denver.

Soup-er supper

Babcock: This year's event raises money for Mental Health Clinic

No two snowflakes are exactly alike, and the adage holds true for the soup bowls created by the Steamboat Clay Artisans for Tuesday's Soup Bowl Supper.

New camera boosts cancer diagnosis

As much as we depend on technology to diagnose and treat cancer, the human eye still plays a key role. At Yampa Valley Medical Center, that vision belongs to Dr. William F. Cox Jr., a pathologist with 33 years of experience in his specialty.

Tease photo

Severe storms pound region

Funnel cloud reported near Craig; hail falls on Steamboat

An unofficial report of a funnel cloud was reported east of Craig on Sunday as part of a severe weather system that moved through the region, dumping half-inch-sized hail in Steamboat Springs.

Aging Well: Strong bones need more than calcium

My paternal grandmother was frequently the recipient of teasing by family members who pointed out that she seemed to be shrinking as time went by. Grandma graciously accepted the teasing, and neither she nor others seemed to think anymore about it until the next family gathering provided another opportunity to pester her.