News for Thursday, September 27, 2007

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Rams try to fall back to winning

The Soroco High School football team has the parts; now they need to be put together.

Friends turn out to dedicate Gloria Gossard Park

Longtime Steamboat Springs resident Gloria Gossard recalled horseback rides and impressing family friends with the views from Emerald Mountain, as about 40 community members came together on the mountain in Gossard's honor Wednesday.

Rotary Club invites students to see world

Reading books and watching movies can only teach so much about other cultures.

The Record for Sept. 25

1:45 a.m. A suspicious car was reported on Howelsen Parkway. Police said everything was fine.

Steamboat briefs for Sept. 27

The District Attorney's Office has dismissed charges against Steamboat Springs resident Gregory Kay Forney.

Fort Collins to hold murder trial

Retrial in 2001 Johnson case could take place in six months

Thomas Lee Johnson's second murder trial will take place in Fort Collins.

Tease photo

City likely ending tie with county building department

The looming departure of the city of Steamboat Springs from the Routt County Regional Building Department was the topic of a tense special meeting of the department's users' board on Wednesday.

Vowing to manage growth

Forum highlights tough times for working families

Candidates for the Steamboat Springs City Council agreed Wednesday that local government should do more to help families cope with the rising cost of living in Steamboat.

How to help children learn

School Board candidates discuss all-day kindergarten options

Candidates for the Steamboat Springs School Board all pledged support for all-day kindergarten Wednesday, but differences emerged about when to implement such a program and how to fund it.

New youth director, private facility push hockey buildup

Erik Blase didn't have much of a choice when it came to playing hockey.

Now playing

Steamboat's small market impacts local theaters' movie choices

Fall is a busy season for movies. Catching heavy traffic for family releases starting around Thanksgiving and attention from critics to get buzz going before the Oscar deadline, it's a time for studios big and small to play the hand they've been holding through the spring and summer.