News for Thursday, June 10, 2010



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Local alumni react to CU's move to the Pac-10

Steamboat, CU grad to miss rivalry game with Nebraska

Former Sailor football player and CU Buffalo Joel Adams' fondest memories are of the games he suited up against the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Future Buffaloes likely won't have that opportunity.

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Ken Lee's photo gallery in Steamboat closing

Gallery 11 to shut doors at end of day Friday

Gallery 11 is closing today and offering significant discounts on limited-edition, framed photographs and unframed photographs.

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No charges in Yampa dog shooting

Sheriff’s office says rancher was within his rights

Animal Control Officer Cindy DelValle determined that no charges should be filed, Sheriff’s Office spokesman Ken Klinger said. The wife of the rancher who shot the dog said she warned its owner.

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Soroco’s Emily Harris set for national hockey camp

In addition to being one of the youngest girls to get an invite to the High Altitude Girls Elite Camp in Boulder this weekend, Soroco High School freshman Emily Harris also will attend a national, invite-only camp in Rochester, N.Y., in late July.

Steamboat high school still seeking football coach

High school Athletic Director Luke DeWolfe says the district is interviewing candidates for the vacant football job.

DeLancey gets his 1st hole-in-1 at golf fundraiser

It may have cost Tom DeLancey $75 in drinks, but it was more than worth it. DeLancey, who has been playing golf for three years, got his first career hole-in-one Sunday at Steamboat Golf Club during the Jeffrey Dye Foundation fundraiser.

2 Steamboat school mandates to change after funding cuts

Local officials say education won’t be affected by program changes

Gifted and Talented Ed­­ucation and English Language Learner programs’ staff were cut for next school year as the district works to address a budget deficit.

Steamboat Springs Team Lightning swim meet results

Results from the Rangely Hurricanes Swim Meet on June 4 and 5.

Steamboat briefs: Hayden Activity Center starts summer hours today

The Hayden Activity Center will start its summer hours today at Hayden Valley Elementary School. The center is open from 6 to 11 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 4 to 11 p.m. Saturday. Activities include pool, foosball, pingpong, video games and basketball.

Oak Creek Town Board to discuss merit-based raises

Employees of the town of Oak Creek could get merit-based raises of $1 to $3 per hour in a plan the Town Board will consider at a meeting tonight.

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Sharon leaving Sharon’s breakfast spot in Steamboat

Pisa’s keeping name of breakfast spot located in Riverside Plaza

Sharon Stone has left the breakfast spot in Riverside Plaza that bears her name, which Pisa’s owner Chris Hebrank said the restaurant will keep. Hebrank said Wed­­nesday that Stone left May 31 of her own accord.

The Record for June 8

12:03 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers arrested a 34-year-old Littleton man on suspicion of driving under the influence and failure to signal after a traffic stop at Mount Werner Road and Marketplace Plaza.