News for Friday, January 17, 2003

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Air show pilot looks forward to wooing crowd

Act is one of many events scheduled for 40th Anniversary Community-Wide Celebration

Like a combat pilot, Steve Oliver selects his weapon in midair, waits for the right moment and with the push of a button launches a fiery round into the night sky.

Locals hope to generate interest

Business designed to promote cross country skiing

Katie Lindquist and Emily McWatters wouldn't mind if the number of cross country skiers eventually equaled the number of motorists in Steamboat Springs.

No official decisions made at Hayden meeting

Annexation of the Routt County Fairgrounds and the possible formation of an airport authority were the main topics of discussion when the Routt County Board of Commissioners met with the Hayden Town Board Thursday night.

Hockey team shuts out Rampart

Frustrated by a two-game losing streak, the Steamboat Springs Sailors hockey team needed a confidence booster.

Two-thirds of audience reached

County launches Reverse 911 System

The first launch of the county's emergency preparedness network reached about two-thirds of its intended audience.

Proposals to utilize property sail through hearing

Two proposals to better utilize private property in the county sailed through their first public hearing.

The Record for Jan. 18

Thursday, Jan. 16 9:15 a.m. A motor vehicle accident was reported in the 1200 block of Lincoln Avenue.

Girls stun Delta, win 60-11

It was like an ugly football score.

Sailors slip past Panthers

Steamboat's turnovers, poor decisions nearly cost team league win

Delta coach Joe Mock didn't single out one player his team was supposed to contain. The Panthers believed they needed to stop everyone. Turns out the Steamboat Springs boys basketball team nearly did the job themselves.