News for Tuesday, February 25, 2003



Girls look to rebound in postseason

The Steamboat Springs girls basketball team won 15 games so far this season, and coach Steve Moos doesn't want his squad to lose sight of that.

Steamboat enters tourney as No. 4

Had Kelly Meek been given the opportunity to call heads or tails, he would have called heads.

Group votes against pay for performance

Education Excellence Commission rejects funding for system

When the Educational Excellence Commission presents its 2003-04 funding recommendations to the Education Fund Board, pay for performance may not be among them.

The Future and Direction of Our Community

Almost a month has passed since we were greeted with the headline announcing the closure of Boggs Hardware after 60-plus years of service to this community.

Recent snowstorms help boost snowpack levels

Fish Creek Reservoir certain to fill this summer

The onslaught of snow in Steamboat Springs this week has made skiers and riders giddy and put smiles on the faces of water managers.

Nordic combined team finishes fifth

The members of the U.S. Nordic combined ski team quietly raced to a fifth-place finish at the Nordic Combined World Championships in Val di Fiemme, Italy Monday.

Finding a Better System

On Monday night, the Steamboat Springs Educational Excellence Committee took a preliminary step in eliminating a program it feels is not working: pay-for-performance teacher bonuses.

County OKs skyline rules

Regulations are not implemented countywide

The Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday put its final stamp of approval on restrictions that will influence the look of future homes built on certain ridges in the county.

Two local hockey teams battle for title

When the playoffs for the Continental Divide Youth Hockey League open this year, two local teams will be among the state's elite battling for a title.

Council does not approve snowmobile event

The City Council on Tuesday said "no" to a one-day, one-hour snowmobile event at Romick Arena.