News for Thursday, October 2, 2008



Cathy Hamilton: Skin shows ghosts of the past

I don't want to sound like an alarmist, but I'm seeing spots and, well, it's alarming, I tell you!

Schools score well on reports

Steamboat High School misses Adequate Yearly Progress goal

The schools of Routt County fared well on annual Adequate Yearly Progress reports from the Colorado Department of Education, but because of one goal left unmet, the Steamboat Springs School District failed to meet the state's goals.

Bill Harding: Telehealth clinic waiting for flu shot vaccine supply

Historical Veteran/national dates

Homecoming spoilers

MCHS football looks to steal second-consecutive victory at Eagle Valley

Moffat County took a big step in the right direction last week with its 12-10 victory against host Delta on the Panthers' homecoming night.

Craig briefs for Oct. 2

Craig briefs for Oct. 2

Murder case resumes with pretrial testimony

A Craig man charged with murder told a Moffat County Sheriff's Office deputy that he believed he was in danger from his late wife and had to defend himself, the deputy testified Wednesday.

Ollie Hope: Bailout unnecessary

To the editor:

County clerk: Local sales tax applies to all auto sales

There may have been some confusion or misinformation about vehicles purchased at the recent Grand Valley Auto "tent" sale at Craig's Centennial Mall, according to resident reports at the Moffat County Clerk and Recorder's Office.

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Datebook for Oct. 2


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CNCC moves forward with fundraiser

When John Boyd came to interview for the position of president for the Craig campus of Colorado Northwestern Community College, he was told to look out the windows north of the current campus to see the future.

Lynne Herring: To the American people

To the editor:

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Pumping the economy dry

State Senate candidates eye local gas prices

Both candidates for state Senate District 8 have taken up gas prices as an issue for Northwest Colorado residents.

Allen J. Hischke and Dale L. Tritz: Recreation center

To the editor:

Mark Hillman: Big donors question energy tax

Looks like Gov. Bill Ritter has mastered a priceless political skill: the ability to say something absurd or hypocritical, while maintaining a straight face.