News for Monday, March 4, 2002

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White to run for re-election in District 57

Republican state Rep. Al White, who currently represents District 56, announced Monday that he will run for re-election in District 57.

Board discusses state plan

New accreditation policy changes standards for CSAP scores

Steamboat Springs School Board members on Monday night discussed how to implement a new state accreditation plan designed to raise academic standards.

Sailors have tough task in playoffs

Steamboat faces No. 4 Broomfield tonight

Right after romping Moffat County to earn a regional playoff spot Saturday, Steamboat coach Kelly Meek said it was time for his team to be giant killers. And, David will take on Goliath today in the first round of the regional playoffs when Steamboat travels to play the No. 4 seeded school in the state. The game starts at 7:30 p.m.

Strings close to land purchase

Letter of intent signed to purchase 'Golden Triangle' property

Strings in the Mountains is poised to acquire six acres of land that could serve as the basis for its new home as early as the summer of 2003.

City to consider tubing ban

Peter Van De Carr, the owner of Back Door Sports, is taking a Zen approach to the city's attempts to potentially extend a ban on commercial tubing above Fifth Street.

Council to review tubing ban

Trailer park residents raise concerns

Peter Van De Carr, the owner of Back Door Sports, is taking a Zen approach to the city's attempts to potentially ex- tend a ban on commercial tubing above Fifth Street.

Parents challenged to be role models

Locals attend program for teens at Olympian Hall

If teens are going to successfully navigate their way through the difficult challenges they face, adults have to help them on a daily basis, community members were told Monday night during a Challenge Day program at Olympian Hall.