Briefs for Oct. 30, 2003
Investigation of disturbed grave continues
The Routt County Sheriff’s Office has identified multiple suspects in its investigation of a disturbed grave north of Hayden, Routt County Undersheriff Dan Taylor said.
A woman who lives close to the gravesite said she saw four or five men digging at the site in late August.
“Now we’re just trying to determine why someone would do this,” Taylor said. “We don’t believe everybody we’ve talked to is being truthful.”
NecroSearch, an international gravesite investigation specialist company that is expected to determine whether human remains were removed from the grave, has not yet conducted tests at the gravesite, Taylor said.
High schoolers to hold ‘Parent’s Night Out’ Nov. 7
“Parent’s Night Out,” sponsored by the Steamboat Springs High School EPYCS Philanthropy Club, is from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Nov. 7 at Steamboat Springs High School. For $10 per child, high school students will watch children in kindergarten through eighth grade while parents go out for the evening. Movies, pizza and lemonade will be provided.
LIFT-UP’s fall coat drive drop-off ends Friday
LIFT-UP of Routt County and Steamboat Cleaners are sponsoring a fall coat drive. Gently used winter coats can be dropped off through Friday at City Market, Safeway or Steamboat Cleaners next to Curve Market. The coats will be cleaned and distributed to people in need the first week of November. Call 870-0727.
Strawberry Park school holding book fair
Strawberry Park Elementary will hold a book fair from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Nov. 7, in the school library. Books for preschoolers through adults are available. Call 871-3490. Soda Creek Elementary will host a book fair Nov. 3-8 in its school library. Call 871-3390.
9News Health Fair returns to Steamboat on Nov. 18
The annual 9News Health Fair, sponsored by 9News and the Lowell Whiteman School, will return to Steamboat Springs on Nov. 18. Professionals in fields ranging from psychology to dentistry to massage therapy will be giving 10-minute presentations from 1 to 4 p.m. at the school. Call 879-1350.
Former smokers, chewers asked to help others
Former smokers or tobacco chewers who quit successfully at least one year ago are asked to help with Grand Futures Great American SmokeOut events. People who remember the difficulties of quitting and would like to inspire other to do the same are asked to call Grand Futures at 879-6188 by Friday.
Health and Rec center offering lifeguard training
Steamboat Springs Health and Recreation is offering lifeguard training, cardiopulmonary resuscitation/first aid, and automatic electronic defibrillator/oxygen training classes Nov. 2- 12. The minimum age is 15, and maximum class size is 12 people. The deadline to register is noon Sunday at the recreation center. An $85 deposit is required upon registration. Call 879-1828, Ext. 22.
Kaleidoscope for Kids accepting registration
Kaleidoscope Art Exploration for Kids is accepting registration for after-school and school-break art workshops for children ages 6 to 12. Call the Steamboat Springs Arts Council for additional information at 879-9008.
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