Briefs for Oct. 27
October 26, 2005
Prescribed brush burn scheduled for today
You may see smoke as you drive along Routt County Road 129 today.
U.S. Forest Service crews plan to burn piles of brush that have been removed from the forest as part of a prescribed fire project to reduce fuel load and the potential for fire.
Crews will be working on the west side of Big Creek Ridge, said Kent Foster, zone fire management officer.
The Forest Service has obtained permits for the fire and must limit the effects smoke will have on people.
CMC offering free ESL classes for all levels
Colorado Mountain College offers free English as a Second Language classes for all levels. Classes meet from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesdays in Willett Hall, Room 302. To enroll, call Jenny le Roux at 870-4534.
Youth hockey registration under way for 2005-06
Registration is under way for the 2005-06 season of the Steamboat Springs Youth Hockey Association. Boys and girls of all ability levels are encouraged to sign up. Visit http://www.steamboatyouthhockey.com or call 871-0063.
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Veterans helping veterans affected by hurricane
American Legion posts in Steamboat Springs, Hayden, Yampa and Craig, the Veterans of Foreign Wars post and VFW Auxiliary in Steamboat are raising money to provide emergency housing assistance to veterans who lost their homes because of Hurricane Katrina. Donations can be made to the American Legion National Emergency Fund at any American Legion post or by dropping off donations at First National Bank of Steamboat Springs or the Moffat County National Bank.
One hundred percent of all donations will go directly to veterans who have lost their homes. The fundraising effort will continue through Nov. 11.