Phone book listingsThe deadline for the next Names and Numbers book is March 2005, but you can save an additional 5 percent in January. Every local registered phone number, resident and business line is printed in the white pages. Names and Numbers offers one free listing in the yellow pages to every business. If you have a cell phone as your business line and wish to be listed in the next phone book or would like to meet with a local sales consultant, contact the main office at (800) 592-7625.What’s happeninglive at the poolLog on to http://www.hotspringspool.com and click on the new Web cam. the camera is mounted at the west end of the pool and provides a full image of the large pool, lap lanes, the historic bath house, and the entrance to the athletic club. Viewing options include a still image or live action shot in a small or large format. The new function adds a new component to the Web site by giving potential visitors a feel for exactly what the Hot Springs Pool experience is all about. The display also shows local weather statistics from the Weather Channel at weather.com.New snipper atRay’s Tangle 2Ray’s Tangle 2 announces the addition of Eric Doman to the salon. Call 945-5056.Another way to donatefor tsunami reliefParadise Day Spa will donate 1.5 proceeds of gross proceeds for the whole month of January to the tsunami relief fund. The average donation per person will be about 95 cents, so there will be a collection box for anyone who would like to donate more. Call 928-9782 for appointments Monday through Saturday.
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Roaring Fork School District Superintendent Rob Stein announced his resignation Friday, effective at the end of the school year, saying he will take “a personal sabbatical” next year.