News for Monday, August 13, 2001

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County may divert some federal funds

Money would go toward broader uses

The Routt County Board of Commissioners is expected to decide today whether to divert a little more than $50,000 annually in federal funding away from its road and bridge budget to a fund that could be used for broader community needs.

4-Hers, pets earn high marks at dog show

Eleven-year-old Jacquelyn Denker sauntered with pride Monday morning into the showcase arena at Hayden Town Park with her 4-year-old Australian shepherd, Ginger.

Board members propose new library at site of old junior high

Beginning the first Steamboat Springs School Board study session Monday night after a six-week summer vacation, four board members and the superintendent convened to hear the Bud Werner Memorial Library board and others present their future facility plans.

Discount deadline approaches

Wednesday last day to get lowest prices on ski passes

Skiers, riders and, in many cases, their employers have until Wednesday to take advantage of the lowest prices offered by the Steamboat Ski Area on season passes and value cards for the upcoming ski season.

Planning official joins race

Commission chairwoman running for City Council

The race is on. Kathi Meyer, the chairwoman of the city's Planning Commission, turned in 25 signatures Monday to run for the at-large position on the Steamboat Springs City Council. Meyer was the first candidate to turn in her signatures for the election in November.

IN BRIEF

Officials: Get involved with fair Routt County Extension Agent C.J. Mucklow and County Commissioner Doug Monger urged town folk to get involved in the county fair this week in Hayden.

Two new members sought for commission

As a junior member on the city's Planning Commission, Shelley Pastachak figured the upcoming revision of the decade-old Community Development Code was a good project to work on before ending her public service.

Returning a winner

Former Sailors standout wins 5.0 title at weekend tennis tournament

Casey Clagett was looking for a major tournament to sharpen his skills before returning for his junior year at Wittenberg University in Ohio this year.