News for Friday, March 16, 2001



Pushing the Bump-Off

Sheriff, Forest Service to keep eye on Chute 1

Unknown individuals say via posters that the annual St. Patrick's Day Bump-Off that was officially canceled is unofficially on.

CMC skiers end on high note

Team nabs 12th-place finish, ending remarkable season

Although the final road to Idaho's Bogus Basin happens to be a bit curvy, the course itself was a straight shot down for the local Colorado Mountain College men's alpine team at the 2001 College Nationals.

Steamboat tennis team hitting the hard courts

The Steamboat Sailors will likely be playing in faster-paced games today as they move from the clay courts of the Steamboat Springs Tennis Center to a hard-court surface in Loveland.

Pit closure could mean 'chaos'

Possible gravel shortage could squeeze concrete market

If the Routt County commissioners follow the request of the Routt County Planning Commission to revoke the permit to run the Duckels Hogue Pit, west of Steamboat, the concrete market could be put in a squeeze.

Pilot should have known location

TWA resumes flights to Yampa Valley Regional Airport

The pilot of TWA flight 641, which landed in Craig instead of Hayden this week, should have been able to look at his instruments and determine that he was still 17 miles from the runway at Yampa Valley Regional Airport when he made his final approach into the wrong airport.