News for Tuesday, February 11, 2003



Game slips away

Steamboat loses heartbreaker to Moffat Co.

Kelly Meek hates to lose. He just wishes more of his Steamboat Springs boys basketball team despised coming up short as much as he does.

The record for Feb. 12, 2003

Sorensen shoots for state titles

Steamboat ski team wraps up regular season

Later this month, the steep pitches of Beaver Creek's Centennial ski run will be used to separate the state's top high school skiers from the champions.

Truth or lies?

Is it better to establish laws in our country based on truth or on lies? The U.S. Supreme Court, on Jan. 22, 1973, made abortion "legal" in this country at any stage of a pregnancy. But it was all based on lies. How can we stand by and let lies govern the killing of innocent, helpless babies?

Exerting Proper Control

Steamboat Springs City Council members must be careful in broaching the subject of limiting commercial growth.

Girls winless against Moffat Co.

Laurel Mortensen's shoulders are broad and strong for someone 5-foot-4.

Despite recent precip, snowpack losing ground

Percent of snowpack on Buff Pass drops

Snowboarders and skiers found 4 inches of fresh snow to frolic in on Mount Werner Tuesday morning, and the snowstorm made a measurable difference on Buffalo Pass.

District policies examined

Board defends community group access to schools

The Colorado chapters of the Americans Civil Liberties Union and the Anti-Defamation League are investigating the Steamboat Springs School District's policies and how they're being interpreted.

Middle school student pleads guilty in harassment case

A student from Steamboat Springs Middle School pleaded guilty to harassment Tuesday in connection with a report of inappropriate conduct at the school last year.

Suspected attackers appear in court today

Off-duty Steamboat police officer, girlfriend injured in Jan. 26 incident

Two Denver men who allegedly attacked an off-duty Steamboat Springs police officer and his girlfriend Jan. 26 will hear a formal advisement from a Denver County judge today.