News for Tuesday, February 6, 2007

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City officials ruled in favor of a Meadow Lane vacation home rental permit Monday night, but decided to temporarily ban new permits due to disputed regulations that one official called "unenforceable." The expansion of Bud Werner Memorial Library could get a final stamp of approval tonight. Concerns about moving lunchtime at Strawberry Park Elementary School from the gymnasium to the arcade has the Steamboat Springs School Board rethinking current construction plans. Brought to you by Coleman Cook and Sharon Pace-Ward of Colorado Group Realty in Steamboat Springs.

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Last step for library?

City Council approval would clear way for expansion

The expansion of Bud Werner Memorial Library could get a final stamp of approval tonight.

Strawberry Park plans revisited

District wants parent feedback on moving lunch to arcade

Concerns about moving lunchtime at Strawberry Park Elementary School from the gymnasium to the arcade has the Steamboat Springs School Board rethinking current construction plans.

The Record for Feb. 4

1:16 a.m. A Steamboat Springs police officer arrested a 48-year-old Steamboat Springs man on suspicion of felony unlawful sexual conduct. Police said no injuries resulted from the incident, which occurred when the man touched a woman inappropriately in a bar in Ski Time Square. The woman reported the incident to a nearby officer, who took the man into custody.

Tom Ross: Purple Reign in the rain

Petite Prince deserved Super Bowl MVP more than Peyton

I was more than happy for Peyton Manning after he got the primate off his back in the Not So Super Bowl Sunday night. Heck, I was happy for myself. I won't be listening to any more sports talkers flapping their yaps and speculating about whether Archie's boy is ever going to win the big one.

Briefs for Feb. 06

The Routt County Cooperative Extension Service Office is looking for volunteers to teach knitting and quilting to local youths during the upcoming 4-H Fiber Arts Camp from Feb. 20 to 23. Also needed are donations of 100 percent cotton fabric and wool yarn. Call extension agent Karen Massey at 879-0825 for more information, or stop by the Extension Office in the Routt County Courthouse Annex.

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No new vacation rentals

City of Steamboat Springs to enact temporary ban on permits

City officials ruled in favor of a Meadow Lane vacation home rental permit Monday night, but decided to temporarily ban new permits due to disputed regulations that one official called "unenforceable."