News for Monday, February 3, 2003

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Judge tells former resident to trim suit

Sieverding names several local officials as defendants in 160-page lawsuit

A judge has given Kay Sieverding two months to trim her 106-page federal lawsuit against the Colorado Bar Association and several Steamboat Springs officials to 40 pages or less.

Local skiers fare well in races

Weather doesn't deter SSHS

The weather made it feel a little like spring, but that didn't stop the members of the Steamboat Springs High School cross country team from excelling at the winter sport they love.

Financial impacts of Montessori examined

School board, committee discuss revisions to charter application

The Steamboat Springs School District will face budget deficits in the coming years.

Officials seek public input on new courthouse

Judicial facility group's success depends on locals' discussion

Voters who felt their objections to a proposed $17.2 million court facility project were not heard last year have a second chance to speak out on the county's next push for new courts.

A world record day

Rolf Wilson the big winner over the weekend in a family of gelande jumpers

Several years ago, Montana skier Brent Wilson introduced his two younger brothers to the sport of gelande jumping.

Missed deadline leads to altered ASC trade symbol

American Skiing Co.'s inability to meet the deadline for filing its annual report with the Securities and Exchange Commission means its stock is trading under a slightly different symbol -- AESKE -- for the next 30 days.

The Record for Feb. 4

Sunday, Feb. 2 12:10 a.m. Extra patrol was called to Howelsen Hill. People have been sledding and sliding down the ski jumps and causing damage. Those caught trespassing on the ski jumps can be arrested.

Airport authority revisited

City, county will present list of pros, cons for formation

The Steamboat Springs City Council and the Routt County commissioners will meet today to again discuss forming an airport authority.

County seeks federal aid for YVRA constraints

Yampa Valley Regional Airport is seeking federal assistance to expand its cramped terminal. YVRA Director Jim Parker requested funding from the Transportation Security Administration last week in a letter to TSA Federal Security Director Ray Krebs.

Winter Sports Club shines in Rocky Mountain events

Unstoppable was the word Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club coach Garth Hager used to describe his skiers' performance over the weekend at the Rocky Mountain Division meet at the Monarch Ski Area.