News for Saturday, September 30, 2006



Huskies race past Steamboat volleyball

Battle Mountain High School's volleyball team continues to dominate its Western Slope League opponents. The Huskies made quick work of the Steamboat Springs Sailors on Thursday, winning 25-16, 25-13, 25-20.

Soroco still looking for answers

If the Soroco football team ran track, they'd be a shoo-in to run the last leg of a relay.

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Sailors make big plays

Steamboat hands Moffat County Bulldogs homecoming defeat

Bulldogs coach Kip Hafey knew the Sailors were capable of making big plays coming into Friday's homecoming game at Moffat County High School. What he didn't know was that they would make one of their biggest plays with 2.3 seconds left in the first half en route to defeating the Bulldogs, 21-9.

The Record for 9-28

The Record for Thursday, September 28, 2006.

Briefs for 9-30

Area briefs for September 30, 2006.

Hayden revenues increasing

Key businesses along the town stretch of U.S. Highway 40, growth in Hayden and business at Yampa Valley Regional Airport are just some of the reasons Hayden is seeing significant increases in the amount of sales tax revenues collected this year, according to town officials.

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SmartWool president leaving

Vice president to take over as interim general manager

Chip Coe is stepping down from his position as president of the Steamboat Springs-based SmartWool Corp. The announcement was made public Friday.

Rams falter late

Despite leading games, Soroco fails to finish

For the Soroco volleyball team, homecoming turned out to be both good and bad.

Center designs ready

Community facility will go before city planners next week

Construction of a new Steamboat Springs community center likely will begin this winter.

Tom Ross: Make mine a chocolate moose

Autumn trip to national park yields strange mix of wildlife encounters

We were leaning against lodgepole pine trees, staring intently through our telephoto lenses when the two women approached us.