News for Saturday, September 27, 2008



Hayden falls in league opener

Hayden High School football outplayed Paonia for the better part of three quarters Friday night.

Rams' road gets tougher

Soroco football hopes to keep pace with speedy Plateau Valley

The road hasn't exactly been easy for the Soroco football team in its first season of eight-man football. The team took a tough loss against Longmont Christian earlier this month.

Sports briefs for Sept. 27

The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team overcame an error-filled game Friday to beat Delta, 25-22, 16-25, 26-24, 25-22.

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Rams rally for 1st win

Soroco volleyball blows past Plateau Valley in four games

It wasn't news Friday night when the Soroco volleyball team lost its first game against Plateau Valley. The Rams entered the match winless on the season.

Steamboat briefs for Sept. 27

Steamboat briefs for Sept. 27

The Record for Sept. 25

Thursday, Sept. 25

Flu vaccines available soon

CDC says all school-age children should be immunized

Falling in line with a recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Colorado public health organizations are encouraging all school-age children to be immunized against influenza for the 2008-09 flu season.

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Tom Ross: Whittum shares Peace Corps challenges, rewards

Ralph Whittum shouted in protest when the doctors insisted he leave his Peace Corps post in the African nation of Cameroon and return to Steamboat for shoulder surgery.

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Craig Fire/Rescue to display new fire trucks Thursday

Engines equipped to fight wildland, structural fires

Formally, they're known as Engine 2 and Engine 3. But Craig Fire/Rescue Chief Bill Johnston has another name for the two latest additions to the fire department's arsenal of flame-fighting tools.

Generation why?

Class participants ponder what makes younger workers tick

Generation X turned out in full force Friday at Karen Goedert's course on understanding generational differences.

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Oak Creek tentatively OKs bid

Community Center improvements depend on grant funds

The Oak Creek Town Board tentatively approved a bid Thursday from Blue Water Developments for accessibility improvements to the South Routt Community Center, though work will not get under way until supplemental grant funds are received from the state.

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Redevelopment weighed

Special committee discusses the future of the Iron Horse Inn

The city has formed a committee of citizens, staff and City Council members to weigh the value of someday redeveloping the Iron Horse employee housing property.

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Child care need hits homes

First Impressions offers incentives, help for home day care facilities

First Impressions of Routt County is offering as much as $750 in reimbursement and free advice to new child care providers in Steamboat Springs in an effort to create 20 new home businesses in the next year.

Meeting rules possibly broken

E-mail exchanges include entire Oak Creek Town Board

Though Oak Creek's elected officials said they meant no wrongdoing, the Town Board may have violated the state's open meeting laws by carrying out e-mail discussions on community-police relations in August.