News for Friday, October 17, 2003

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Woman climbs mountain for closure, to give back

As Lynne Garell sweated through a year of physical therapy, she started thinking about how to give back.

Beating the bears

Sailors dazzle in Drake's home finale

Fifteen minutes after Steamboat defeated Rifle the lights went out on Gardner Field. But the scoreboard stayed lit: Steamboat 35, Rifle 29.

Three-year-old wanders down Lincoln Avenue

A 3-year-old girl was found walking by herself on Lincoln Avenue in downtown Steamboat Springs on Friday morning.

Soroco takes it

Hayden Tigers coach Shawn Baumgartner focused his practices this week simply on playing as hard as possible. The Tigers did that Friday night for the homecoming game, but the visiting Soroco Rams played just a bit harder, defeating the Tigers 20-6.

Colorado Mountain College enrollment jumps

Scheduling conflicts and packed parking lots aren't always a bad thing. Just ask Colorado Mountain College-Alpine Campus officials.

'Net provider shuts

Customers received no notice, are now scrambling for service

Customers and creditors of Screaming Internet were left to howl their displeasure last week after the local Internet service provider shut down without warning.

Sandvik's strategies

Steamboat High grad offers financial planning through Prudential

Mark Sandvik is confident he can help business owners effectively convert business wealth into personal wealth.

Williams re-enters race

Marcus Williams said he was back in the race for a District 2 seat on the Steamboat Springs City Council, after withdrawing earlier this week.

Lady Tigers surprised by Rams

The Hayden Tigers looked as though they were going to shut down the Soroco Rams on Friday, winning the first two games, and never allowing the Rams to get ahead in the second game -- but then the tides turned.

Kids' store seized by state for taxes

Rock, Rattle and Stroll, a children's clothing store at 117 Eighth St., was seized this week by the Colorado Department of Revenue for nonpayment of sales taxes.

Fox Meadow Farm for sale

Samantha Brown, host of "Great Vacation Homes" on the Travel Channel, said the barn at Fox Meadow Farm is nicer than most homes.

P'burg hotel restored, ready for business

The construction of the switching yards in Phippsburg required several hands, which in turn required appropriate housing.