News for Wednesday, July 13, 2005



Exposition valuable for youth

Local 4-H members learn lots at fairgrounds event

Marshmallows come in handy when training a pig.

Town Board to look at building code

The Oak Creek Town Board will consider doing away with uniform building codes to help resolve the difficulty it is having in meeting building requirements for its covered hockey rink.

Seniors worried about center

Advocates for seniors said Tuesday they will not support expansion of Bud Werner Memorial Library unless there is a clear plan for a new community center.

Twentymile ups production

Peabody will invest $60M in new longwall mining system

Twentymile Coal Company in West Routt County announced plans Wednesday to increase coal production by 40 percent.

Briefs for July 14

The Hayden Chamber of Commerce is seeking parade entries for the 22nd annual Colorado Days Celebration to be held July 22 to 24 in Hayden. The parade will be at 11 a.m. July 23 in downtown Hayden. Call 276-1449.

Base-area plan draft revealed

City Planning Commission, public to see report tonight

The Mountain Town Sub Area Plan Update contains very few surprises.

Big Head Todd headlines tonight's free concert

This is the concert everyone has been waiting for. Big Head Todd and the Monsters take the stage at 5:30 p.m. today as the second installment of the Summer Free Concert Series.

Preliminary hearing set in meth case

The case against a man accused of selling cocaine and methamphetamine near Soda Creek Elementary School has been set for a preliminary hearing.

The Record for July 14

1:51 a.m. A fireworks complaint was made in the 2900 block of West Acres Drive. The fireworks reportedly woke up a baby and made a dog start barking.

Hole-in-four: Golfers beat odds

The odds of getting a hole-in-one don't favor most golfers.

County's summer road projects started

Routt County began its summer repaving projects Wednesday and will continue road improvements until Aug. 8.

Women who rock

Rocky Mountain Ventures, Lowe hosting clinic

Jennifer Lowe was terrified the first time she went rock climbing.

Happy hour on Howelsen

Volunteers needed for trail upkeep

For those who use Howelsen Hill's singletrack trails, the opportunity to help with their upkeep has arrived.

Project nearing end of planning period

The Hayden Planning Commission today will review the final plat for the first filing of the Lake Village subdivision.

Plan's appeal period extended

Decision allows more time to protest USFS winter rec rules

The U.S. Forest Service is re-initiating the appeal period for its decision about managing winter recreation on Rabbit Ears Pass and Buffalo Pass.