News for Tuesday, January 6, 2004



Skier puts her Stamp on seeding Alpine race

Alpine skiers Ashley Stamp, Ryan McConnell and Jeffery Gay started the new year off right Sunday at a pair of Rocky Mountain Division age class races in Loveland.

Stanko and Scott honored by Tread of Pioneers

Natalie Stanko, 94, who has lived in Routt County for almost 70 years, is known for her teaching and volunteering career.

Center incident investigated

Family says child was left unattended at Kids Vacation Center

Steamboat Springs police and the Colorado Department of Human Services are investigating an incident in which a 2-year-old girl was left unattended while in the care of the Kids Vacation Center at the Steamboat Ski Area.

Mill levy helps Tread plan funding

As soon as a county mill levy to help fund historical organizations passed in November, the Tread of Pioneers Museum's board of directors went into action.

Board supports vision, mission

The time and effort given by community members toward the development of a new vision for the Steamboat Springs School District won't go to waste, School Board members said this week.

Happenings for Jan. 7, 2004

WEDNESDAY n Routt County Republicans meet at noon in the Commissioners' meeting room in the Routt County Courthouse. Call 870-2891.

Overcome with Joy

Resident finishes 34th in triathlon after flat tire

Steamboat Springs triathlete Joy Rasmussen overcame a flat tire in the International Triathlon Union World Championships for a respectable finish in her age group Dec. 6 near Queenstown, New Zealand.

Briefs for Jan. 7

Applications accepted for dance scholarships Steamboat Dance Theatre is soliciting applications for its dance scholarship program. Scholarships ranging from $25 to $300, depending on funding availability, are offered to students with any local dance teacher on a confidential, financial-need basis. Applications will be accepted from any instructor; students should speak to their instructors if interested. Spring applications should be received by Jan. 16, although funds may be available on an ongoing basis.

Ski Corp. unveils changes

Replacing four lifts at the bottom of Mount Werner with one six-seat chairlift was at the top of the list of projects the Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. presented to the City Council on Tuesday.

The Record for Jan. 7

Monday, Jan. 5 10:18 a.m. A gas-line leak was reported on Logan Avenue. The foundation of a house reportedly was on fire. The Steamboat Springs Fire Department and Atmos Energy responded. The fire department extinguished the fire.

City agrees to fund World Cup

The Steamboat Springs City Council agreed to spend close to $20,000 to bring a World Cup back to Steamboat.

Our View: City should have World Cup

The Steamboat Springs City Council's decision to provide financial support to help bring a Nordic combined World Cup event back to Steamboat was the right one.

Dr. Arthur Houk and Billy Mack: Case anniversary

Again we are approaching the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in America.

Ken Wilson: Restoring faith

I'm not the kind of person who has lot of faith in politicians. However, I'd like to share a recent experience that is changing my attitude.

SSWSC sweeps games

Steamboat skiers fare well in Nordic combined at Utah Winter Games

Nordic combined skiers from the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club returned from the Utah Winter Games earlier this week with plenty of top finishes.