News for Wednesday, January 15, 2003

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Group focused on water merger

A focus group that is working on consolidating the city and Mount Werner water districts met for the first time last week.

Rams top local wrestlers

Iacovetto continues quest for second state title

With the all-important Regional meets one month away, the Hayden, Soroco and Steamboat Springs wrestling teams continue to improve and refine technique.

Sailor boys, girls crack top 10

Both the girls and boys basketball teams at Steamboat Springs High School are now considered among the state's top 10 4A teams.

Routt County tests new network

Emergency preparedness system will send message

More than 300 telephones in Steamboat Springs will ring simultaneously today.

Winter Sports Club sends 33 to super-G

The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club sent 33 racers to the recent super-G race in Breckenridge.

Midgets split with Crested Butte

The Steamboat Springs Midget Major hockey team traveled to Crested Butte over the weekend, splitting a pair of games with the home team.

Planning commission considers two proposals

The Routt County Planning Commission will consider two proposals that will allow property owners to better utilize their land tonight.

Old Howelsen ski tow house buried in ski history

Historic building among most architecturally significant structures in town

If there is one building that makes an architectural statement for Ski Town U.S.A. it just might be the funky little tow house for the Poma lift at Howelsen Hill.

State rules against district

Montessori school should not have been denied

The Colorado Board of Education ruled Wednesday that the Steamboat Springs School District did not serve in the best interests of its pupils, school district or the community when it denied a Montessori charter school application in October.

Humane Society offering new program to aid pet control

Steamboat Springs veterinarians will perform low-cost surgeries

The Routt County Humane Society is hoping more people will take advantage of a program that helps with the cost of having their pets spayed or neutered.