News for Wednesday, December 18, 2002



Snowmobile races returning

Events will be held on Howelsen in late December

Snowmobile races will return to Howelsen Hill this year with a two-day event at the end of December.

Bouldin takes on a new role

Longtime VNA employee will head CNCC nursing program

Marilyn Bouldin moved to Craig more than 30 years ago to pursue two passions -- skiing and nursing.

ASC alters Grand sales effort

Quartershares dropped in favor of 1/8 share structure

In a bid to resuscitate stagnant sales at the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel and Conference Center, American Skiing Co. announced today it will, for the first time, begin selling one-eighth shares of the remaining condominium inventory in the project.

Steamboat picks up wins, momentum

The Steamboat Springs boys basketball team has picked up four straight wins and plenty of momentum just in time for the long winter break.

Group wants more direction on plans

The partners of 4S Development Limited met on Tuesday to discuss the future of Sunburst Ranch, a proposed 902-acre development in Hayden.

City sees drop in sales tax numbers

End-of-year figures expected to be flat or even a little higher

City sales tax numbers took a 7.4 percent dip in October over the year before.

Snow bombards Routt County

More expected throughout week

Detroit resident Blaize McIntyre walked slowly through Ski Time Square Wednesday afternoon with his snowboard in tow. The 22-hour drive from Michigan wore him down, but it was two feet of fresh powder that finished him off, McIntyre said.

Former Citigroup, IBM exec join ASC management

American Skiing Co. has tabbed a former Citigroup and IBM executive to aid in its ongoing effort to get out from under several hundred million dollars in debt.

Storm sweep past Twin Peaks

Women's hockey team has 3-2 record

The Steamboat Storm women's hockey team finished the year on a high note last weekend by sweeping past the Vail Twin Peaks team at the Howelsen Ice Arena.

Candidates one step closer to knowing

Group narrows list from 10; Gov. Owens will choose judge's replacement

The names of Northwest Colorado residents nominated to replace 14th Judicial District Judge Joel Thompson are released today.

The Record for Dec. 19

Tuesday, Dec. 17 2:34 a.m. An intoxicated man at the Steamboat Grand was given a taxi ride to his hotel.

Town Challenge Race Series begins

The 21st annual Town Challenge Race Series kicks off tonight at Howelsen Hill.