News for Wednesday, June 25, 2003



News in Brief

Version of Beau Jo's to open

Restaurateurs to test new concept at Seventh and Lincoln

Lincoln Avenue will become the site of a new concept restaurant with a pizza/pasta/salad theme intended to test the market for possible franchising.

Hayden's slow-pitch sees success

The closest a team has come to beating Hayden Auto Body is three runs as it heads into the final tournament of the slow-pitch softball season undefeated.

High-five to golf's future

Junior instructional camp takes place at Sheraton golf club

Ten-year-old Shaq Torrella got a high-five from instructor Troy Weller after placing his putt within a couple of inches of a target Wednesday afternoon at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort and Golf Club's practice green.

Oak Creek hires consultant

Town wants review of impact study on planned 18-acre subdivision

In planning for the 18-acre Sierra View subdivision, which could bring 50 new homes to Oak Creek, Oak Creek officials want to ensure they are taking all the right steps, so they are hiring a consultant to review an impact study by the subdivision developers and iron out the details of a pre-annexation agreement be-tween the developers and the town, Oak Creek Mayor Cargo Rodeman said.

Triple Crown banners stolen

$4,300 advertisements were cut from their padlocks

Banners worth $4,300 were stolen from a baseball field at Howelsen Hill Park sometime between Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning.

Teams arrive for some Mountain Magic

The Mountain Magic series of Triple Crown tournaments continues in Steamboat Springs this weekend with the arrival of 58 teams for the Division I baseball World Series qualifier.

Library district to form committee

Group will be asked to make recommendations on expansion

As the East Routt Library District continues to look to expand, it is asking residents to serve on a committee to help direct the path of that expansion.

Construction to begin on airport hangars

Construction for 16 new hangars at the Steamboat Springs Airport should get under way next week, a project expecting to generate close to $20,000 a year for the city.