News for Saturday, September 22, 2007



Tigers volleyball wins in three games

For the second consecutive match, the Hayden High School volleyball defeated its opponent in three games.

Steamboat schools benefit from $530K police grant

A $533,784 federal grant will help boost security measures at schools in the Steamboat Springs School District.

Briefs for September 22

Hayden Mayor Joseph Schminkey resigns

The Record for September 20

Thursday, Sept. 20

D.A.R.E. vehicle given away

Sheriff's Office donates drug education car to Moffat County

The Routt County Sheriff's Office gave away one of the last remnants of its Drug Abuse and Resistance Education, or D.A.R.E., program Thursday.

Tom Ross: Silly Rabbit stands test of time

What's 7 feet, 6 inches tall, has orange glowing eyes, prefers carrots to hamburgers and represents one of the best remaining examples of roadside Americana in Steamboat Springs?

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VIDEO: Christie gets a lift

Heavy-duty chopper installs towers at ski area

The giant mechanical dragonfly that buzzed back and forth over the lower slopes of Steamboat Ski Area on Friday afternoon made short work of installing the 18 towers for the new Christie Peak Express high-speed, six-seat chairlift.

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Ammo more expensive; hunters bearing burden

One wonders if legendary trapper Jeremiah Johnson ever had to worry about this.

Mustang offense blanks Rams

The Soroco football team was hoping for some "total Ramination" against league opponent West Grand on Friday night in Oak Creek.

Hayden's defense leads to win against Paonia

When the Hayden offense couldn't get it done, the Tigers' defense sure did.

Citizens grill City Council candidates on issues

For two hours Friday afternoon, the public had an opportunity to approach Steamboat Springs City Council candidates with concerns, ask candidates what they stood for or just enjoy some free Steamboat Smokehouse barbecue and root beer floats.

Eagle County Republican considers run against White

A Republican primary could be in the works for the state Senate District 8 seat being vacated by term-limited Sen. Jack Taylor, R-Steamboat Springs.