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Briefs for Sept. 29, 2003

Alcohol reported stolen from Ore House

More than $500 worth of alcohol was reported stolen from the Ore House on Saturday.

Steamboat Springs Police officer Brian Rogers said that bottles of wine and hard alcohol were taken from the restaurant in a laundry bag.



The police believed the culprits entered the restaurant at 1465 Pine Grove Road through the backdoor and took the alcohol from the wine cellar.

The report was made at 9:19 a.m. Saturday morning and the burglary was believed to have occurred the night before.



The police are investigating the incident. Rogers said they are looking to see if the burglary is related to other recent burglaries in the area: items taken from Smoker Friendly on Central Park Drive and alcohol taken from West End Liquors, 2432 Lincoln Avenue.

Kiwanis Club to hold extravaganza Oct. 24

The Steamboat Kiwanis Club will hold its annual Senior Extravaganza at 6 p.m. Oct. 24 at Olympian Hall.

This year’s theme is “The Wild, Wild West” and participants are encouraged to dress up in their best Western costumes. All seniors are invited to the free event, which is held to honor and thank them. A gourmet, three-course Western meal will be followed by entertainment, games and prizes. Advanced registration is required; call 879-5058.

Online resource directory updated, ready for use

The Community Resource Directory, a free on-line project of Yampa Valley Partners, has been updated and is ready for use. The directory lists local health and human service agencies, government and educational agencies and other organizations that benefit the residents of Routt and Moffat counties. Access the directory at http://www.yampavalleypartners.com.


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