News for Friday, May 11, 2001



Girls give it their best shot at state tennis tournament

Four Steamboat Springs tennis players recently had their seasons come to an end at the state tennis tournament at Pueblo City Park.

Sailors advance in playoffs

One step closer. All it took was a short blast by Liz Masterson to put the Sailors on top for good Friday.

Man pleads guilty to burglary charge

A 33-year-old Fort Carson man pleaded guilty to a felony charge for entering a Clark home last September. Shawn Jay Moffett pleaded guilty to criminal trespass, a class five felony, for entering a home under construction in the 27500 block of Running Elk Lane in Clark the evening of Sept. 2.

Contractor sues Grand

An official of American Skiing Company said Friday talks are already underway that would forestall a lawsuit filed by the general contractor of the Steamboat Grand Hotel from going to court.

Subject of suicide no longer taboo

Week of prevention ends, efforts continue

As Suicide Prevention Week comes to an end today, a licensed clinical social worker believes the public is not totally informed about the issue, its causes or the help that is available. For the past two years, Carol Gordon has been working in the area of suicide prevention through her private practice and the Suicide Crisis Intervention Life Line, which was formed in 1998.