News for Saturday, September 13, 2008

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Underpass plan under way

Pedestrian promenade part of new design for base area traffic

In the near future, skiers coming off the lower slopes of Mount Werner may be able to cross under AprÃs Ski Way on their way back to their condominiums.

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Flexibility the rule at school

Refined class schedule meets individual student needs

Steamboat Springs Middle School adopted flexible class times and specialized "intervention" periods to reduce class sizes and give students more time in the classes they need the most.

Oak Creek police face uncertain future

Department must replace 3 officers who resigned

The future of the Oak Creek Police Department is uncertain. The Oak Creek Town Board unanimously accepted the resignations of Chief Russ Caterinicchio, Sgt. Erik Foster and Community Service Officer Tony VanDeventer at its meeting Thursday night.

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Murder trial may end Monday

Luz Cisneros' attorneys questioned a number of the accused murderer's friends and family Friday as part of their effort to convince jurors that Cisneros was a loving mother who became so distraught by a failing romantic relationship that she "snapped" and killed her 1-year-old daughter.

Man's death sparks enforcement needs

Council wants apartment owner punished

The city of Steamboat Springs missed an opportunity to get the attention of the owners of illegal secondary residential units in the wake of the June 15 death of David Engle, some City Council members said this week.

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Art marks library expansion

Visitors impressed by Bud Werner's dramatic face-lift

In reality, it's a leisurely stroll across the first floor of Bud Werner Memorial Library's recently opened expansion, where Minneapolis artist Brad Kaspari has reproduced the topographic lines from actual maps of the Steamboat Springs area into a terrazzo floor.

State awards heritage tourism grant

Nancy Cramer had two words when she learned the Community Agriculture Alliance was awarded a $33,000 grant from the state for cultural heritage tourism.

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Behind locked doors

Law enforcement veteran is named detention deputy of the year

A heavy locked steel door, with big bold words warning visitors against having tobacco or firearms, stands entrenched as a line of demarcation for Moffat County Sheriff's Office corporal Mike Malley.

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Hayden football downs Grand Valley

The Hayden High School football team isn't one-dimensional anymore.

Hayden volleyball wins in 5

Hayden High School volleyball coach Greg Johnson sees it.

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Dover leads Sailors in win

Steamboat running back helps down Cortez in 60-20 victory

An eight-hour bus ride couldn't do it; the Montezuma-Cortez specials team couldn't do it; and even the Panthers defense had little hope of stopping him.

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Gas prices remain high

Steamboat's per-gallon cost hasn't slipped as much as other cities

Officials in the local gasoline industry attribute Steamboat Springs' higher fuel prices to the increasing cost of doing business.

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Tom Ross: Don't let prime time pass you by

I fell in love with the last switchback on Buffalo Pass Road in late September 1979.