Around town for Jan. 13, 2002
Long hours of research pays off for students
In one of their smaller tournaments of the season, the Steamboat Springs High School debate team won big Saturday at home. The team walked away with 13 individual awards.
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Walker and Hill
Charting progress: The North Routt School
Behind the headlines for Jan. 13, 2002
In brief for Jan. 13, 2002
Letters for Jan. 13, 2002
The record for Jan. 4-11, 2002
Building permits Dec. 24 to Jan 4
One high school senior wasted no time in making a decision to pursue her interests halfway around the world. Sierra Montoya, 17, said she intends to complete her remaining requirements for an early graduation from Soroco High School in time to leave for Spain Thursday.
Girls get ready for upcoming cookie sale
The young girls gathered around Eileen Rossi Friday learned that today's behavior dictates tomorrow's accomplishments. Rossi, a part-time officer for the Oak Creek Police Department, capped an afternoon of celebrating careers.
Local briefing for Jan. 13, 2002
Birth announcements for Jan. 13, 2002
Four Australians discover AmericaSteamboat style
They don't drink Fosters and "shrimp on the barbie" is a catch phrase that never passes their lips. Four 23-year-old Australian men living under one roof may sound like the latest in television sit-coms but it isn't so much a rarity in Steamboat Springs during the winter.
The weekly planner for Jan. 14-19, 2002
Wildlife meeting Tuesday in Walden WALDEN Colorado Wildlife Commissioner Tom Burke will host an open meeting from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday to hear public input on a number of wildlife issues.
As Strings in the Mountains learned, Steamboat's Tripstream can make magic on CD-ROM
Late last summer, just a week before the last violin was scheduled to be put away in its case, the principles in Strings in the Mountains were looking for a new way to promote their product.
Recker heads Oak Creek bank branch OAK CREEK Ken Recker, the new president of First National Bank of the Rockies in Oak Creek, brings 33 years of banking experience to his position.
You can stuff your own teddy bear at the Rocky Mountain Bear Factory on Lincoln
Susan Mock could easily be mistaken for someone who came to Steamboat with warm and fuzzy notions of owning her own business.
Home being relocated; new building going up
An Old Town Steamboat Springs house is destined to become a home in the country, and a new office building resembling a period Victorian home will be built in its place on Oak Street.
It might have been Steamboat's home hill, but Tucker Burton claimed ownership of it Friday afternoon.
Energize your resolutions: How to make change happen
How are you doing with your 2002 "healthier lifestyle" resolutions?
Routt County has $2.5 million for mortgage credit program
A pool of $2.5 million is available to assist first-time homebuyers in Routt County, but few qualified buyers are tapping into it.
VNA's partnership program for new parents making strides
Mandy Mourglia knows she will eventually need to start thinking about getting locks for the cabinets and plugs to cover electric outlets. For now, her 4-month-old son, Gavin, plays contently with the assortment of mirrors and toys that hang from an overhead bar but his blue eyes wander occasionally around the room.
Steamboat native has been preparing courses for 23 years
For years, David Hudspeth has groomed the trails that have led many Steamboat athletes to the Olympics. And now it is his turn to go.
Every Tuesday, several women strap on their skis to build relationships as well as their skiing abilities.
Peace, serenity, the beauty of the landscape and a little excitement is what brings people out to the lakes in Routt County in the dead of winter for a little ice fishing.
Rolling with the punches
It's hard not to have a love-hate relationship with tourists. On the one hand, when 13,000 tourists doubled the population of Steamboat Springs a few weeks ago, it was nice to know the local economy was hopping.
Real estate transactions for Jan. 4-9, 2002
While Betty Leipold isn't exactly sure, she said she thinks the first class she took at CMC was a geology class that had the students studying Native American paintings near Steamboat Lake and camping near Dinosaur.
Steamboat Springs men take 3 of 4 top spots in freestyle event Saturday
In his first competition since breaking his ankle last month, Steamboat Springs' Broc Sheue captured first place in the upright aerial competition Saturday at Mount Werner.
Six firefighters/EMTs employed to provide 24/7 response coverage
The Steamboat community has a new first line of defense in its quest to deal with the rising number of fire and ambulance calls in the area. The city of Steamboat Springs began 2002 with an elite corps of six new firefighter/EMTs that will provide 24-hour coverage to the residents of the city and the surrounding rural fire protection district.