News for Friday, February 13, 2004

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Panthers top Tigers, league

The Rangely boys basketball team wrapped up an undefeated league season with a 63-50 win over Hayden on Friday night.

The Record for Feb. 14

Thursday, Feb. 12 12:54 a.m. A gas skip was reported in the 2100 block of Mount Werner Road.

When no one is looking

Gail -- a woman who has a one-word name -- was hard at work in her Sedona, Ariz., studio, her hands covered in clay, when a fellow sculptor walked into the room.

Winter Carnival nets $25K

Winter Sports Club uses money to help athletes achieve dreams

The sale of 4,000 buttons helped the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club net nearly $25,000 during the 91st annual Winter Carnival last week, Executive Director Rick DeVos said.

Another first for N. Routt

Charter school holds book fair

The North Routt Community Charter School has had a lot of firsts since it opened nearly three years ago.

Soroco's Iacovetto shines

Wrestlers slap their heads, rub their arms and bounce from one foot to the other, eagerly awaiting their first matches. Soroco's Matt Iacovetto yawns.

VNA offering free cancer screenings

The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is offering free mammograms and pap smear tests to women who qualify.

Tigers punish Panthers

Hayden ends .500 in Western Slope

Creativity is good in art and basketball, and Hayden girls basketball coach Jayme Adams is beginning to see the Tigers adapt and adjust to opposing defenses before her eyes.

Wrestlers ready for comeback

Is he crazy? That's what Hayden's Matt Marchbanks wants other wrestlers to ask when they see him and the new haircut he received from fellow teammate Jake Doolin -- sort of a tapered, mushroom-shaped Afro, with long hair on top and shaved around the ears.

Briefs for Feb. 14

Community Foundation to give extra $25,000

Fancy duds, top finishes

Steamboat students earn high marks in competition

Like Clark Kent emerging from a phone booth as Superman, more than two dozen Steamboat Springs High School students took off their usual attire earlier this week and underwent a different sort of transformation.

Steamboat wrestlers alive

Sailors continue battle for state today in Broomfield

The Steamboat wrestling team only scored five points the first day of the Class 4A Region 3 wrestling tournament, but every wrestler is still alive in the tournament and able to score points in day two.