Coordinating measure D narrowly failing late Tuesday
Routt County people who advocated on both sides of the debate about referendums C and D were absorbing the implications of a possible split vote on the two measures by 11 p.m. Tuesday. Statewide totals showed Referendum C leading by a healthy percentage, and Referendum D was narrowly behind.
East Routt Library District voters passed two referendums that clear the way for an expansion of Bud Werner Memorial Library.
Alcohol vendors who sell to underage or obviously intoxicated people face harsher penalties after the City Council's unanimous approval of new enforcement guidelines.
Two Old Town incumbents and only one seat.
General sentiment is that the 2005 City Council election already was historic before the first ballots were counted. People calling and writing letters to the editor noted the amount of money candidates raised, along with the level of rancor and the number of allegations and complaints some of this year's electioneering inspired.
Routt County voters approved Referendum 1A on Tuesday, granting the continuation of a property tax to help preserve ranchlands and natural areas.
Monday, Oct. 31 2:11 a.m. Fence links reportedly were cut on a gate on Breeze Basin in Hayden.
Most members of Hayden High School's junior varsity 'B' volleyball team have been playing together since sixth grade or earlier.
The Hayden High School junior varsity volleyball team wrapped the 2005 season with a winning record.
I read with interest the comment that the Public Art Steering Committee thought that "a private nonprofit organization should not be in charge of distributing public dollars" (Steamboat Today, Oct. 28). The arts council is an IRS-designated 501c3 nonprofit organization. So are Horizons, Strings in the Mountains, Winter Sports Club and many, many other local organizations -- all of which receive varying degrees of public dollars used to fund programs or activities that benefit the community.
Council 4462 of the Knights of Columbus and the local Special Olympics bowling team, the Steamrollers, would like to express our sincere thanks to the people of Steamboat Springs, who by their kind and generous contributions have made it possible to continue the bowling program.
Routt County voters decided Tuesday that the county will be among those in the state with a property tax benefiting people with mental retardation.
Voters made it a little easier for the Yampa Valley Housing Authority to pursue its mission by approving Referendum 5C, which exempts the agency from the Taxpayers Bill of Rights.
Loui Antonucci will retain his District 2 seat on the Steamboat Springs City Council after winning a close race with Warren Harner.
Longtime resident Kevin Kaminski will represent District 3 on the Steamboat Springs City Council after defeating Dick Curtis in Tuesday's election.
Voters on Tuesday opted to keep Patty Bruchez in the District A seat on the Hayden School Board.
The tightest race in City Council was for the shortest term.
Hayden's Laura Zirkle was transformed from recreational runner to state qualifier in three months.
The Hayden High School volleyball team finished its season at the District 5 tournament in Paonia during the weekend.
The Hayden High School welding program is at it again. Welding students are making 100 large flower planters for the Steamboat Springs Rotary Club.
I am writing in response to the article "Local woman dies in rollover" (Steamboat Today, Oct. 18). The life and achievements of a longtime resident of Steamboat Springs went unnoticed in the author's rush to sensationalize her death.
Steamboat Springs midget hockey teams returned to the ice during the weekend at Howelsen Ice Arena, where they hosted the Fort Collins Junior Eagles in minor and major games.
Two thousand.S. soldiers killed in Iraq.he U.S.dministrative power has failed; bombs are being unleashed, seemingly at random; chaos is reigning in the streets of Iraq, and our global relationships have been thrown to the wind.
LIFT-UP's coat drive deadline extended
Retired principal John DeVincentis easily defeated incumbent Michael Loomis on Tuesday, earning a seat on the Steamboat Springs School Board for District 1.