News for Sunday, January 6, 2002



Discover the intriguing life of RV-ers

Ever been on a road trip in a four-cylinder subcompact car and found yourself in awe of the land yachts that prowl the great American highway?

Toastmasters helps improve speech skills

Mary Andre gave her fourth formal speech Friday as a member of the Toastmasters club. The speech, she said, was a sign of her improvement, a symbol of her increased confidence to speak in front of an audience.

Acupuncture goes mainstream

The 3,000 year-old Chinese art of acupuncture is moving into Western medicine on a rising tide of success stories. Millions of visits are made to acupuncturists each year in the United States for a wide variety of ailments. With the National Institutes of Health's blessing, acupuncture is well on its way to shedding its alternative image.

Cowboys taking to the slopes

Annual downhill event on Headwall set for Jan. 22

On Jan. 22, some of the best rodeo athletes in the world will trade their cowboy boots for ski boots and head to Steamboat Springs to race in the 28th annual Bud Light Cowboy Downhill.

Group to swear in new member

School board study session scheduled for tonight

The Steamboat Springs School Board meets at 6:30 p.m. today at the George P. Sauer Human Services Center to discuss five agenda items.