News for Friday, March 30, 2001



Midget's rally iced

Hockey festival draws a dozen teams from around the region

The Steamboat Springs Midget hockey team made a valiant comeback against Colorado Springs Friday night, but came up short at the end despite outshooting their opponent.

Drama students get limelight

'Family Circles' play runs two more times today

Steamboat Springs High School students received a lesson in family dynamics this month, but not in the classroom. Alan Ayckbourn's 1970 play "Family Circles," which opened Thursday evening, has given student cast members and the community a satirical look at dysfunctional families across America.

'Otten to be forgotten'

Party held today to 'celebrate' CEO's resignation

The folks at El Ranch Nuevo in downtown Steamboat Springs are hosting a party tonight in hopes that the resignation of American Skiing Company chairman and CEO Les Otten this week signifies a new era in Ski Town USA. They've dubbed the party "Otten to be Forgotten."

Runners ready for today's meet

A dozen Steamboat Springs track athletes will make the four-and-a-half-hour drive to Hotchkiss this weekend for the second meet of the season.

'Wave' of ecstacy in area

Three separate arrests allegedly involve the drug

A concert last weekend netted three separate arrests where two suspects were allegedly caught with the drug ecstasy.