Kati More charged with two felonies
Routt County district attorneys went forward with charges against Kati More, the former Loggers Lane Owners Association treasurer, even without final reports from the Routt County Sheriff’s Office. The DA’s office charged More with two Class 3 felonies.
When Amy Harris left the starting line of last weekend’s Leadville 100 mountain bike race, she wasn’t seeking a trophy as much as a once-in-a-lifetime experience. She got both. Harris finished third in the women’s ages 50 to 59 division of the legendary race.
After seven grueling days of racing and more mechanical breakdowns than a team should have to endure, racers Nate Bird and Dax Massey crossed the finish line of the TransRockies Mountain Stage Race. They had nothing left to give but hope for a spot on the podium.
The Record for Aug. 15
The man injured Sunday in the Lynx Pass area on a South Routt County trail known as “Muddy Slide,” is a 46-year-old Routt County resident, Yampa ambulance crew member Angela Bracegirdle said Monday.
Angler Craig Horlacher now in fair condition at Denver hospital
Craig Horlacher, the 57-year-old angler from the Denver area who was rescued in North Routt County on Thursday, suffered from a broken leg during the nearly six days rescuers suspect he was stranded in the backcountry.
There was a time when you could go outside and invent your own constellation. If it caught on with enough people, you could achieve a sort of immortality in the stars. Not so anymore.
Horses neighed and pigs oinked at the Routt County Fairgrounds in Hayden on Monday, but a group of 18 dogs denied spectators even a single bark during the 4-H dog show.
City staff drafting ordinance that would expand areas at parks
City staffers are preparing a new ordinance that would expand off-leash dog areas at Spring Creek and Rita Valentine parks beginning this fall.
Ownership of a gutted downtown duplex, and its compliance with city codes, remain unclear after a Saturday blaze that displaced 18 tenants who continue to search for housing and living supplies.
The Bureau of Land Management’s Little Snake Field Office released Friday its proposed resource management plan and final environmental impact statements. The plan provides a guideline on how the Little Snake Field Office will seek to manage its 1.3-million acres of public lands and 1.1-million acres of subsurface mineral estate in Moffat, Routt and Rio Blanco counties for about 20 years. Several issues are addressed in the plan, including energy and mineral development, special management areas for lands with wilderness characteristics, and wild and scenic rivers, among others, according to a BLM news release.