News for Friday, January 3, 2003

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Crash investigation must wait

NTSB officials cannot examine plane until after winter

The National Transportation Safety Board's investigation into the airplane crash that killed one passenger Sunday won't be completed until after the wreckage is removed from the crash site near Rabbit Ears Pass, a task complicated by deep snow and at least three more months of winter.

Owens appoints district judge

McLimans named to replace departing Thompson

Fourteenth Judicial District Attorney Paul McLimans has been appointed by Gov. Bill Owens to replace District Judge Joel Thompson. Thompson will leave the bench Sunday, nine days before his term expires.

City buses carry 931,117 passengers in 2002

Passenger numbers for the 2002 Steamboat Springs Transit are in.

Girls go big in Friday's aerials

When it came to going big in Friday's upright aerial contest at the Park Smalley Freestyle Complex, nobody in the field of 13 girls came close to reaching Caterina Mader's altitude.

Winter Sports Club still rolling

Steamboat skiers share spot on podium

It was another good day for the members of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club's women's Alpine racing team at the Steamboat Ski Area Friday.

The Record for Jan. 4

Thursday, Jan. 2 4:30 a.m. Some damage was reported to lights at the downtown Steamboat Springs Post Office.

Steamboat welcomes New Year's baby

Keenan Reed Hayes was born at 12:46 a.m. Friday

Keenan Reed Hayes has quite a few relatives in Routt County, but he was a family first when he became the Yampa Valley Medical Center's New Year's baby.