News for Wednesday, February 26, 2003

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Sailor girls dominate at High School State Skiing Championships

Their bright eyes and wide smiles convey a sense of innocence that helps them blend in with the other underclassman wandering the halls of Steamboat Springs High School.

Homeland Security tops Oak Creek meeting

Board of Trustees will discuss resolution opposing USA Patriot Act

The Oak Creek Board of Trustees says Homeland Security has gone too far in its efforts to quell terrorism.

Growth tops Stamey's priorities

New planning director started Monday

A brightly colored city-zoning map hangs directly across from Steve Stamey's desk.

School board hires firm to perform audit

Seven-member committee will begin preparations

As the communications audit of the Steamboat Springs School District nears, the Board of Education has commissioned a subcommittee to help prepare for it.

Snowball will be Saturday

Benefit helps Steamboat Mental Health

It's billed as the Snowball, but Saturday night's semi-formal affair at the Steamboat Grand represents a chance to escape the drifts and go golfing in Florida.

Water debate nearing an end

City, Steamboat II district should reach agreement

The city and the Steamboat II Water and Sanitation District should reach an agreement on how much money the district owes the city by the end of the week.

Zimmerer commits to Mesa State

Steamboat Springs senior Will Zimmerer signed a letter of intent Wednesday to play football at Mesa State.

Hamilton steals boys' show

Aspen's Simi Hamilton stole the boys' show at last week's Colorado State High School Skiing Championships.

Hayden ends season with loss to Rangely

A 52-33 loss to Rangely on Feb. 22 marked the end of the basketball season for the Hayden boys basketball team.

Capital Commission recommends expansion

It's tough to be a middle school when you're meant to be a junior high school.