News for Thursday, January 2, 2003



Local skiers grab top spots

Summit County racer Chelsea Lynch may have stolen the show in Thursday's giant slalom race at Mount Werner, but that didn't stop the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club from grabbing its share of top finishes.

NTSB completes investigation

Remaining plane crash survivors released from hospital

The remaining passengers in Sunday's plane crash near Rabbit Ears Pass were released from the hospital.

Add color and aroma with houseplants

Adding aroma and color to your home through the use of houseplants is a wonderful way to freshen your interior spaces. Most any houseplant can make it in our dry, sunny climate as long as we create an indoor micro-environment conducive to healthy growth.

Ski area enjoys busy days

Powder brings out huge crowds for holiday skiing

New Year's Day in Steamboat Springs wrapped a ski area operator's fondest dream and biggest challenge into one frenetic morning.

328 born in 2002

No New Year's baby yet at YVMC

Yampa Valley Medical Center has yet to welcome a New Year's baby for 2003, but the hospital has the statistics on the babies born in 2002.

Freestyle skiers travel to Steamboat for competition

The best freestyle skiers in the Rocky Mountain Division will come to Steamboat Springs this weekend to compete in aerial, halfpipe and mogul competitions.

Long-range plan for water rates presented

Hayden residents will want to attend the next town board meeting.

Steamboat gears up for college week

Central Park Liquor gets a good share of business when college week comes along in Steamboat Springs, store manager Aimee Kimmey said.