News for Friday, February 21, 2003

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Societies urge pet owners to have pets spayed, neutered

This time, the advice isn't coming from Bob Barker, but the message remains the same.

Sailors hockey team drops match

The Steamboat Springs hockey team fell to Pueblo County 8-6 in the opening round of the state hockey playoffs Friday night in Breckenridge.

Producing the best: Rowan's protege up for Grammy

Nichols' 'Man With a Memory' up for Country Album of the Year

Sunday night, as the best of the music business take their bows on stage at the 45th annual Grammy Award ceremony, Steamboat Springs residents might recognize one of their own in the crowd.

Owner refinances $84M loan

ASC acheives terms for more investment

American Skiing Co., parent of the Steamboat Ski Area, announced Friday it has refinanced more than $84 million in debt with terms that improve the possibility of making capital investments in its resorts.

Pilot & Today picks up 13 awards at ceremony

The Steamboat Pilot & Today won 13 awards -- including first place in editorial, sports and business writing -- Friday night at the annual Colorado Associated Press Editors and Reporters convention at the Brown Palace in Denver.

Sailor boys top Demons, 66-52

It's a good thing John Daschle's girlfriend dumped him a couple of nights before the Glenwood Springs game.

Sailors 'asleep' at the helm?

Girls fall to Glenwood, 60-52

It is amazing the Steamboat Springs girls scored 52 points in Friday night's 60-52 loss to Glenwood Springs, considering they were "asleep."

Airport will be closed 40 days in spring

Yampa Valley Regional Airport near Hayden will be closed for 40 days this spring beginning May 5 while construction crews complete a $4 million runway overlay.

Spillane, Lodwick have disappointing showings in Italy

Hometown Olympic Nordic combined skiers Johnny Spillane and Todd Lodwick had a disappointing day at the Nordic World Ski Championships in Val di Fiemme, Italy, on Friday, finishing 24th and 14th, respectively. The day's event combined scores from K-95 ski jumping and a 15-kilometer cross country ski race.

State title on the line

Soroco's Iacovetto looking to repeat at tourney

Hayden's Kelly Bruchez believes Soroco's Whittier Gates has the toughness and talent to be a state champion -- just not this year -- because as far as Bruchez is concerned, as a senior, it's his turn first.