News for Sunday, October 21, 2012



Doug Monger: Proud of my accomplishments

Who is Doug Monger? I’m a fiscal conservative, a moderate Democrat, a problem solver, and a consensus maker who takes pride in thinking outside the box. I am a strong advocate for private property rights and multiple uses of our public lands. I am a leader and have consistently shown leadership qualities.

Tina Kyprios: It’s time for change in Routt County

I am running because I believe we need a fresh perspective and vitality to address the critical issues we face in our county. Right now, we need to work together through all areas of our county to get our economy moving.

Monday Medical: Flu, pertussis vaccines recommended

Every flu season there is a lot of talk about the importance of getting immunized to protect ourselves and others vulnerable to getting sick from the flu.

Steamboat briefs: Booths are available for Dec. 15 Holiday Craft Fair

The Haven Assisted Living Center will host the Holiday Craft Fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 15. There are 21 booths available for vendors at $30 per booth, $10 for electricity and tables available to rent.

Steamboat Springs School Board meets Monday

Board to discuss Unified Improvement Plan, Education Fund Board application process

The Steamboat Springs School Board on Monday afternoon will meet at Soda Creek Elementary School to review a Unified Improvement Plan for the district's two elementary schools.

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Stakeholders meet to explore funding mechanisms for Yampa Street improvements

Mainstreet Steamboat Springs Manager says several funding options on the table

They have plenty of energy and a clear road map. But stakeholders working to kickstart a major revitalization effort on Yampa Street still must figure out how to get what eluded the stakeholders before them: the money to pay for it all.

Soroco loses final football game

The Soroco High School football team wrapped up its season Friday with a 60-28 loss to West Grand.

Hayden volleyball digs deep for huge win before district tournament

The Hayden volleyball team bounced back from a deep hole to win a thrill match against Vail Christian on Saturday.

Steamboat soccer left out of playoff field

The Steamboat Springs High School soccer team was left out of the Class 4A playoff bracket.

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Forecast calls for colder, wetter weather in Steamboat starting Tuesday

Steamboat Springs' recent warm and dry streak is forecast to end Tuesday with the arrival of colder and wetter weather.

Deb Babcock: Protecting your trees this winter

Our really cold, windy winters and intense daily sunshine here in the mountains can damage the trees in our gardens, especially young ones that haven’t yet developed a thick, rough bark.

County Agenda for Oct. 22 and 23

County Agenda for Oct. 22 and 23

The Record for Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012

12:13 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 1400 block of Bob Adams Drive. Police cited one of the occupants in the vehicle for possessing alcohol as a minor.

Business briefs: Routt County grants 3 new building permits

The Routt County Regional Building Department reported this week that it is issuing a building permit valued at $1.3 million in Sidney Peak Ranch.

Real Estate transactions for Oct. 12 to 16

Transactions for Oct. 12 to 16