News for Thursday, March 7, 2002



Trailer park wants subdivision

Communally owned lots will be divided among owners

A group of trailer home owners who decided about one and a half years ago to communally buy their trailer park are ready now to divvy that land up to the individual homeowners.

Science Olympians ready for competition in contest

Joe Nerney has his rocket that he made out of soda bottles ready for takeoff when he competes in the Colorado Science Olympiad in Fort Collins Saturday.

Town residents hot over snow

Hayden business owners upset over conflicting ordinances

Compliance with the law has created some headaches this winter for several business owners in Hayden.

Annual pentathlon under way

Eating a big steak or enchiladas the night before the 11th annual Steamboat Pentathlon may not be the smartest thing to do, but the key in a good diet for competition is to eat balanced meals all week.


Egg-a-mania seminar set for Wednesday Yampatika and Partners in Interpretation present a Wee Naturalists schedule for the winter. A seminar on egg-a-mania is from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday at Yampatika on 10th Street and Lincoln Avenue to explore the fascination of eggs. Bring ideas and a natural dye to color an egg. Call 871-9151 for more information.


Today Funk band Little Hercules plays at the Tugboat, 1860 Ski Time Square 21 and older only. Little Hercules currently is working with Leo Nocentelli, guitarist for the Meters, before heading to the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in May. Call 879-7070 for more information.

Teen ready to hit the stage in theater showcase

Austin Forrest may not be able to ask for a cup of coffee in Spanish, but his artistic expression of the Argentine tango landed him a spot in this year's Steamboat Dance Theatre showcase and a trip to the South American country.


Parting is such sweet sorrow

So, this is it. With 58 4-Points, countless Style stories and even a couple of awards under my belt, I feel like I actually accomplished something in my year at the Steamboat Pilot & Today.

Record number of skaters head to invitational

Twenty-four figure skaters from Steamboat Springs will compete March 15-17 at the Denver Invitational.

County unveils map to identify wildfire hazards

Fire-suppression plans could be developed

The key to Routt County and local fire districts getting a stranglehold on wildland fires may lie with a map that has been in the development stages for the past four years. Recently, Routt County's Information System Department completed a map that identifies areas of the county where wildland fires are a hazard.

Men face several charges for snowboard theft

Two Steamboat Springs men face numerous charges stemming from a Wednesday night burglary of a ski shop at the base of the Steamboat Ski Area.

Steamboat skiers fare well in JO cross country ski events

Winter Sports Club members and alumni turned in top results at Wednesday's Junior Olympic Classic cross country skiing race in McCall, Idaho.

Family Drama

What better way to celebrate the Irish holiday weekend than Irish music and an Irish play?

Young Marley continues father's mission

He epitomizes the Rasta people of Jamaica: long dreadlocks, a heavy accent, reggae chants and a name that puts him a step above other reggae artists Marley.

Hockey teams earn 2nd places

The World Hockey Arena provided the stage and the Continental Divide Youth Hockey League championship provided the forum for three local hockey teams to step into the spotlight last weekend in Colorado Springs.