News for Tuesday, August 23, 2005

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Town not for or against complex

It's too early to get excited or upset about the possibility of a Triple Crown sports complex in Hayden.

'It's in your bones, this wonderful music'

Cabaret show in Steamboat at 7 tonight

Cabaret -- the performance art that can include singing, acting, storytelling, comedy and dancing -- will be performed at its best in Steamboat tonight, as Andrea Marcovicci will take listeners on a tour of the songs of Frank Loesser.

Deadline looms for petitions

School Board hopefuls have until Friday to hand in forms

People who want to run for a local school board have until Friday to turn in nomination petitions.

Our View: Second step for Senior Odyssey

Kudos to the Steamboat Springs School Board for finding such a good compromise to address contentions surrounding its Senior Odyssey graduation requirement.

Olympic-sized send-off planned

Some would say it was one of Steamboat Springs' shining moments: A bitter cold February night with a crowd of 5,000 people huddled near the Routt County Courthouse lawn, warmed by the spirit of a community that came together to celebrate and send off its finest athletes. The lighting of an 18-foot caldron, which would burn continuously for a month until every athlete returned home from the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City.

Hate-crime case continued to September

A Steamboat Springs man accused of spray-painting a swastika and several racial slurs on a vehicle appeared in court Tuesday.

Burglary charges slated for juveniles

The Hayden Police Dep�--artment will recommend burglary and theft charges for three juveniles suspected of breaking into a home in July.

Officer heads to Sheriff's Office

Growing up, Russ Davis always looked up to his two uncles, a sheriff and a police chief, and he knew he wanted to follow in their footsteps.

The Record for Aug. 25

6:54 a.m. Someone reportedly heard construction starting before 7 a.m. in the 2000 block of Homestead Court.

News in Brief for Aug. 25

Clay Artisans' Soup Bowl Supper tickets on sale

Scores paint rosier CSAP picture

Hayden CSAP results are looking a bit rosier now that the district has filled in scores missing from the state's official results.

Hayden students' ACT scores slump

For the first time, Hayden students' average ACT scores last year fell short of state averages in all subjects.

Steamboat library asking for two property taxes

The East Routt Library District Board will ask residents to support two property-tax increases as part of its plan to expand the library.

Referendums C, D advocated

State, local leaders back ballot questions to relax TABOR

A team of bipartisan political and business leaders will come to Steamboat Springs on Thursday to urge voters to relax the Taxpayers Bill of Rights to invest in highways, education and health care.