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Briefs for 10-6

Judge issues warrant for court no-show

A judge set a $25,000 bond arrest warrant for a 33-year-old Steamboat Springs man who did not appear in court for sentencing Thursday.

Nathan Noble was convicted in July of possessing less than 1 gram of methamphetamine. Noble also faced charges of possessing an illegal weapon, but a hung jury could not come to a consensus on that charge.



Noble also was scheduled to appear in court for a preliminary hearing and trial scheduled in September.

In addition to the drug conviction, He is facing felony charges of theft, burglary and criminal mischief stemming from an incident last October in which he is accused of breaking into a man’s home and stealing thousands of dollars worth of guns and other weapons.



He has two other warrants for his arrest because he failed to appear for September court dates.

Homecoming football game tickets on sale

Tickets to today’s homecoming football game between the Steamboat Sailors and Delta are on sale from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the high school office. Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for students and $2 for senior citizens. Call 871-3687 for more information.

Museum’s annual award nomination deadline today

Today is the deadline to submit nominations for the Tread of Pioneers Museum’s annual Leckenby and Larson awards. The awards will be presented by the museum at a special awards dinner later this month.

The Leckenby Pioneer Award is given to a living pioneer in Routt County. The nominee must have a total of 30 years residency in Routt County. The recipient must be involved with the community; responsive to community needs; and contributing to the future. He or she also must be a representative of the history of the community as well as an inspiration to the county’s youths.

The Stanley L. Larson Award is bestowed on someone who has made a major contribution to Routt County while living here and has since passed away.

Nominations may be submitted to the Tread of Pioneers Museum at 8th and Oak streets, P.O. Box 772372, Steamboat Springs, CO 80477. Submissions may be faxed to 879-6109 or e-mailed to topmuseum@springsips.com. For more information, call Candice Lombardo, museum director, at 879-2214.

Registration now open for improv acting workshop

An Improvisational Acting Workshop for actors and non-actors with Meridith Crosley, a former trainer at the Second City Comedy Club in Chicago, is Oct. 15 at Steamboat Mountain Theater. The cost is $75 for the entire day. Registration deadline is Oct 8. Call Julie at 736-0441 for more information.


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