News for Sunday, May 21, 2000



Small Hayden girls team impressive at state

Hayden's Jaclyn Etzler may only be a freshman, but she already has her state title sights set high.

Youngest preemie heads home from hospital

Hannah McCreight wasn't due until today, but she's been fighting for life for two months already making it through an emergency flight to Denver in a blizzard, a Caesarean delivery and a month each at two different hospitals.

Forest Service roadless proposal goes to public

The issue of whether or not to halt road construction in certain areas of National Forest land an enigma.

Rabbit Ears Pass safety meeting set for tonight

Steamboat Springs resident Scott MacFarland started investigating the safety of Rabbit Ears Pass after his wife was killed by an out-of-control truck last winter.

Starr finishes seventh at state meet

Pueblo Central's Ronaleen Hancock raced to first place in the 400-meter dash on Saturday at Jeffco Stadium in Englewood, ending any state title hopes the Steamboat Sailors may have had.

Fitness training can begin at any age

We've all heard that life begins at 40, but increasing numbers of senior citizens are learning that a life of fitness and health can just as easily begin at 65 or even 90. Exercise is the key to living well in the golden years.