News for Friday, January 9, 2004

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Sailors ravage Rampart, 10-2

In Curtis Nelson's words, the Steamboat Springs hockey team hadn't "really put it to a team" this season.

Stahoviak declares candidacy

From hospital, commissioner says she will seek a fourth term

As she struggles to recuperate from life-threatening kidney failure and infections, Nancy Stahoviak's goals include walking without assistance, undergoing a double knee-implant replacement surgery to eradicate joint infection -- and securing a fourth term as a Routt County commissioner.

Happenings for Jan. 10, 2004

A two-day avalanche seminar begins at 9 a.m. at Steamboat Lake State Park. The course runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and is a combination of classwork and fieldwork taught by Colorado Mountain College Outdoors Studies Instructor John Saunders. The cost is $35. Call 871-1495 to register.

Briefs for Jan. 10, 2004

The Steamboat Pilot & Today has selected Dianna Sutton and Keith Skytta as community representatives on its Editorial Board.

The Record for Jan. 10, 2004

12:07 a.m. An intoxicated man was reported in the 1800 block of Ski Time Square.

Man shot dogs that were attacking horse

A man shot and killed two dogs Thursday afternoon because the animals were attacking a Shetland pony.

Fund Board staggers terms to prevent vacancy holes

The Education Fund Board hopes a new system of assigning terms to its members will prevent large clusters of vacancies from popping up in the future.

Birthday brothers win

Camerota twins take first, second on their 19th birthdays

Utah Nordic combined skier Eric Camerota celebrated his 19th birthday at the top of the podium Friday at the North American Junior Championship Nordic combined sprint event.

Canadians open with solid showing

The announcer had a few problems finding the Canadian National anthem for the opening ceremonies of the North American Junior Ski Jumping Championships, but that glitch didn't stop Canadians Stefan Read and Dominik Bafia from finding the podium Friday.

Xcel to hold public meeting

Public will be able to discuss coal-hauling alternatives in open house

Xcel Energy could face strong opposition to a proposal to build an unloading facility and conveyor belt across the Carpenter Ranch and U.S. Highway 40 into the Hayden Station power plant.

Area plan adoption draft available

A final draft of the Steamboat Springs Area Plan Update was released to the public Thursday.

Ward closes on $8.9M purchase

Whitney Ward of Resort Ventures has closed on a nearly $9 million real estate purchase from American Skiing Co., parent of the Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp.