News for Monday, January 5, 2004



Jewel sparkles in snowboarding event

Judging from the smile on the face of Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club coach Thedo Remmelink after Monday's giant slalom race at Howelsen Hill, he was pleased with the way his racers fared in the biggest local race of the season.

School Board opens discussion of class size

Sometimes an hour of discussion just isn't enough for a complex and emotional issue like class size.

Lodwick soars to win in Germany

Steamboat skier claims German Grand Prix

Steamboat Springs' Todd Lodwick kept his hot streak alive by winning an individual Gundersen event in Schonach, Germany. The win was Lodwick's third-straight podium and the sixth World Cup victory of his career.

Army Corps of Engineers takes comments on judicial facility

The public comment period on a permit to fill wetlands at the site of the new justice center ended Monday, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers regulatory office in Frisco had received between 10 and 20 comments.

Club seeking city's help to bring World Cup back

The Steamboat Springs City Council will be asked to support bringing a World Cup event back to Steamboat. Last month, the U.S. Ski Association asked the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club if it would host a World Cup B event.

The Record for Jan. 6, 2004

5:47 a.m. An open door was reported at a store in the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue. The Steamboat Springs Police Department checked the area.

Ski Corp. to present plan to city

Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. will present an amendment to its master plan to the Steamboat Springs City Council today.

West Nile diagnosis proves false

Routt County has not had a human infection of West Nile virus, despite a report that a Hayden man contracted the virus.

Stahoviak continues to improve

Routt County Commissioner Nancy Stahoviak could be released from a Denver rehabilitation center in the next couple of weeks.