Steamboat Radio News - Shannon Lukens
Pine trees, and the log homes have been removed from the Pine Grove Road property where a hotel is scheduled to be built. There is a lawsuit appealing the approval of the hotel by Steamboat Springs City Council. The city, and City Council, and the developers are all parties to the suit. City Attorney Dan Foote says the developers can take some actions on the property without development approval. The developer says they plan to incorporate some of the woodwork from the old buildings into the planned hotel.
A court date has been set for Tasha Lynn Stapleton, the woman accused of the theft at Old Town Hot Springs, and then using stolen credit cards. She is scheduled for an Appearance on Bond at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 21. Felony charges should be filed by the end of the week by the District Attorney’s office. There were nine arrest charges filed, when she turned herself in to Arapahoe County. That mug shot of Stapleton is on the Steamboat Radio website and Facebook page.
Three Steamboat Springs High School teams have made it to the CHSAA State Playoffs. The first game is tonight, and it is at home. The Sailors Boys Lacrosse team is undefeated in the league. Here’s Head Coach Jay Lattimore.
The Sailors host Jefferson Academy at 5 p.m. at Gardner Field. And remember, since it is a playoff game, regular athletic passes do not work. You can listen to that game on KTYV 105.7 Sports on FM, or watch at SteamboatRadio.com
The Steamboat Girls Varsity Lacrosse team is away in their first round of the playoffs, playing Mullen High School at 6 p.m. tonight. The Steamboat Girls Varsity Soccer team is on the road tomorrow, with a 5 p.m. game against Pueblo County High School Wednesday.
Nicole Miller of the Steamboat Pilot & Today is leaving. Miller will be the new editor of the Summit Daily News, starting at the end of the month. We wish her luck.