News for Thursday, February 6, 2003



Channel 10 keeping locals, guests tuned in

Kelly Anzalone was sitting at Subway three years ago, picking at the remains of his sandwich and talking to his then-fiance, now wife.

Proving themselves

Rankings mean little to wrestlers once they get on the mat

Meeker Cowboys wrestling coach Willy Theos isn't concerned about outsiders' opinions of his program.

Winter Carnival tradition starts taking shape

High school students create ice sculptures to line Lincoln Avenue

The temperature was well below zero Thursday morning, but the high school students of Steamboat Springs had work to do.


The word is out on Mambo

It was a late night two weeks ago and I was standing on the steps of the Old Town Pub, passing a cigarette around with friends who usually become smokers at that hour. The band was winding down and we were looking for the next place to dance and talk and otherwise pass out our paychecks.

No one shows at meeting to discuss rate increases

Hayden closer to implementing plan

Despite concern from some county residents, it appears a five-year accelerated rate plan for Hayden water users is moving closer to implementation.

Jumpers, Nordic skiers compete for titles

The national spotlight will fall on Steamboat Springs next week when the top American jumpers and Nordic combined skiers come here to battle for titles.

Malcolm of the Mambo

Cook/singer Malcolm Goble is likely to belt out a few tunesas customers dine at Steamboat's newest Italian restaurant

Malcolm Goble was the star of the local theater company in Whitefish, Mont., two years ago when he walked into Billy Castronova's Italian restaurant.

City will return impact fees

Officials make decision to avoid legal ramifications

The city of Steamboat Springs has decided to return more than $40,000 in impact fees and forego the risk of a lengthy and expensive legal trial.

Wednesday, Feb. 5

Search and Rescue members honored as heroes

A local group of volunteers got some airtime on national television Thursday morning for rescuing survivors of a Dec. 29 plane crash on Rabbit Ears Pass.

Police officer back on the job

Investigation still pending in Denver shooting incident

Assault and ethnic intimidation charges have been filed against two Denver men who allegedly attacked an off-duty Steamboat Springs police officer and his girlfriend on Jan. 26. The police officer, who was placed on administrative leave after the incident, returned to work Sunday.

Max to showcase 'Pop to Patriotism' exhibit

If you go to a Peter Max show and don't laugh, you've probably missed the point.


Today There is an art opening at the Wild Horse Gallery located in the Sheraton Resort Hotel from 5 to 8 p.m., showing the work of Johnson, Stroncek, Lillegraven and Valdez. Call 879-7660.

Tennis Center starting to raise funds for repairs

Surface of bubble has sustained damage over the years

When the tennis bubble was constructed in 1991, the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs and members of the community understood it had a lifespan.

Champions will play for bubble

Wimbledon titlists will raise money for local youth

Wimbledon champions David Pate and Scott Davis will be in Steamboat Springs over Valentine's weekend to help raise funds to replace the local tennis bubble.