News for Friday, October 3, 2008

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Back in the swing of things

Bulldogs sweep past Hayden

The streak stopped Thursday.

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Thank you for smoking - outside

Smokers weigh in on indoor ban

Renee Turner and Christy Raymond find their little corner outside Village Inn for a post-meal smoke quite comfortable.

Lois J. Stoffle: Excellent coverage

To the editor:

Christina M. Currie: A high pressure job

I'm scared. Really scared.

Diane Prather: Bake a cake in a mug? It works!

This week's recipe comes with a warning (all in fun): "And why is this the most dangerous cake recipe in the world? Because now we are only five minutes away from chocolate cake at any time of the day or night!"

Bears gnaw Bulldogs in Rifle

RIFLE - Down 8-2 in the third game, Rifle volleyball coach Geneva Farr called for a timeout to re-energize her troops.

Patrick Mosbey: Walk in my shoes

To the editor:

Moffat County Neighbor: Stacy Scroggs

Name: Stacy Scroggs

Datebook for Oct. 3

Today

Chamber glad to see labor measures dropped

Four amendments would have harmed business, Evans Hall said

Steamboat Springs - Sandy Evans Hall was "thrilled" to learn Thursday that labor groups agreed to drop four proposed constitutional amendments from the Nov. 4 ballot. Evans Hall, executive vice president for the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association, said those proposals would have been detrimental to business.

Motions hearing enters 5th day

Recording describes death, burial

An Aug. 24, 2007, interview between investigators and a Craig man suspected of murdering his wife resulted in the recovery of the woman's dismembered body, according to an audio recording heard Thursday morning in Moffat County District Court.

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A new TMH on the horizon

HUD loan guarantee paves way for new facility

On Wednesday, George Rohrich heard the news he had been waiting one year to hear. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will guarantee the $40.3 million mortgage loan that will help make a new The Memorial Hospital facility a reality.

Council talks long-term issues

Craig City councilors, the mayor, city department heads and city staff talked about more than numbers during a seven-hour budget session Thursday.

Craig briefs for Oct. 3

Craig briefs for Oct. 3