News for Wednesday, June 8, 2005

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Theater gets thumbs up

City approves six-screen cinema after architecture debate

The Steamboat Springs City Council approved a six-screen movie theater with stadium seating, but not before debating its architecture.

Third Thursday revamped

Main Street Steamboat looking to local artists, craftspeople

Main Street Steamboat will turn to area artists and craftspeople in an effort to spark new interest in its Third Thursday promotion.

Briefs for June 9

Oak Creek Town Board meeting tonight

The Record for June 9

Tuesday, June 7 7:15 a.m. A traffic light was reported in the middle of the road after a crane hit it at Anglers Drive and Lincoln Avenue.

Study buddies leave plants in their tracks

This year's Yampa River Ecology Project, which pairs first-graders with high school biology students to learn about the natural environment, has left its fingerprints on Routt County.

Swim squads triumph

In weather fit for winter, the Steamboat Springs boys and girls swim teams won their home meet Saturday at the Steamboat Springs Health and Recreation Center.

Youth in Motion ready to roll

Get ready, Oak Creek's Main Street, the Soap Box Derby is ready to go.

Man sentenced in coke case

A 31-year-old man was sentenced to two years in prison and fined more than $1,800 for two charges of cocaine possession.

Business park up for final approval

Hayden may see the beginnings of a new business park as early as this month.

Sailors Legion team sinks

September, February or June -- the month matters little when Steamboat Springs and Moffat County square off. One always wants to beat the other.

Tennis, anyone?

Senior meet this weekend

The top senior tennis players in the region will come to Steamboat Springs this weekend for the Intermountain Tennis Association's senior sectionals.

Kings of the hill

Town Challenge race sees repeat winners

Mountain bike racers Barkley Robinson and Liz Rostermundt made it two-for-two Wednesday by winning their divisions in the Thunderhead Hill Climb.

Library offers summer-reading fun for children

Experts say that children who don't read during the summer lose weeks of the learning they gained during the school year, a phenomenon known as the "summer slide."

Library add-on in plan

Board to present expansion proposal tonight

The East Routt Library Board has plans to enlarge the cramped Bud Werner Memorial Library with a two-story, 20,000 square-foot addition.