News for Monday, September 19, 2005



Sailors take swing at title

The Pueblo South Tournament offered the members of the Steamboat Springs High School tennis team one last chance to sharpen their tournament skills.

'Sit down, roll up your sleeves'

Regional summit to explore solutions to community issues

One-quarter to one-third of residents in the Yampa Valley struggle economically.

Election deadlines nearing

With the Nov. 1 election approaching, it's time for residents to get their voting plans in order.

Newspaper, radio station holding forum

The Steamboat Pilot & Today and KRMR Radio are sponsoring the 2005 Election Forum on Oct. 5.

Vale returns from Louisiana

Down in Baton Rouge, La., where the temperatures are in triple digits and the humidity is high, lies another Steamboat Springs.

Council to field discussion

City will take a look at plans for artificial turf in Heritage Park area

Steamboat Springs City Council members tonight will discuss the city's stalled plans to build an artificial-turf field in the Heritage Park area.

Tourney tests golfers

Irwin manages tough course to take Mid-Amateur title

The Colorado Golf Association's Mid-Amateur Championships featured three different leaders during the three days event was held in Steamboat Springs.

Residents give library input

Meeting attendees prefer architecture on a human scale

On Monday night, Steamboat Springs took a personality test. Architect Barry Petit turned the lights out in Centennial Hall and began a subtle but complete psychological examination of the 25 residents who came to steer the physical appearance of the new Bud Werner Memorial Library.

News in brief for Sept. 20

Children invited to attend Hodgepodge story-time Bud Werner Memorial Library invites children ages five and younger to Hodgepodge story-time, from 3:30 to 4 p.m. every other Thursday.

The Record for Sept. 20

Sunday, Sept. 18 12:04 a.m. Fifteen to 20 adults reportedly were drinking and being loud in the 400 block of Blue Sage Drive. The party was warned.