News for Sunday, November 12, 2000



Bullpups lose close one in overtime

The eighth grade B team Bullpups battled it out against Steamboat but came up short with a 27-26 overtime loss.

Three airlines offer new or expanded service

TELLURIDE, Colo. (AP) Three airlines are offering new or expanded service to this ski resort town or to nearby Montrose from Dallas, Houston, Phoenix and Newark, N.J.

Sylvia Wheeler

Dorothy Vaughn

Committee makes 'Grand' plans for May

Grand Olde West Days may mean four days of fun in the sun for hundreds of Yampa Valley residents, but it means months of hard work for the Grand Old West Days committee.

Bullpups trounce Sailors

The eighth grade boys basketball A team sailed to an easy victory on Friday, trouncing Steamboat 31-24.

Hunters stampede into big-game processors

Successful season causes some meat processors to turn away business

The sight of pickup trucks with elk antlers and hooves cresting their beds seems to be the theme of the 2000 big game season. If the carcass-carrying trucks aren't enough proof, local business who cater to hunters are also seeing high numbers of successful hunters.

Gladys Kling

Incidents reporters for Nov. 9.

Consumers can't count on lower heating costs

Cold weather, energy rate hikes put focus on wise use, saving dollars

Recent rate increases by both Yampa Valley Electric Association (YVEA) and Greeley Gas Company (GGC), coupled with freezing temperatures and early snows, have Moffat County residents looking for ways to save money while staying warm inside their homes

Youth create 'Camp Atl-Atl'

Students experience lifestyle of Native Americans on trip

Take a step back in time, about a thousand years or so, to Atl-Atl land. Pronounced attel-attel that's code language among some Craig Middle School students for Ancient Tribal Life.