News for Friday, January 23, 2004

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Let it snow

No fresh powder since Jan. 8

Statistically, January is Steamboat's heaviest snow month. But that hasn't been the case during two of the past three years, and January 2004 is conforming to the drying trend.

Planners debate housing

Commission's feedback puts self-help housing in jeopardy

The city Planning Commission's negative feedback on an affordable housing proposal has raised serious questions for the survival of a self-help housing program.

The Record for Jan. 24

Thursday, Jan. 22 12:06 a.m. A noise complaint was made about a loud party on Hemlock Court. Police asked the people to quiet down.

Briefs for Jan. 24

Advocates hosts Colorado Ski for Women on Sunday Advocates Against Battering and Abuse hosts the third annual Colorado Ski for Women at 12:30 p.m. Sunday at the Steamboat Ski Touring Center. Registration is from 9 a.m. to noon. Call 879-2034. Silly costumes are encouraged.

Columbine Cabins to add food service area

After years of providing visitors with quaint, historic lodging, the owners of Columbine Cabins are planning to add something new to their menu: a food service area.

Colorado Ski for Women has carnival atmosphere

Ski event will benefit Advocates Against Battering and Abuse

The carnival is coming, and Birgitta Lindgren is ready.

Steamboat girls win on last-second shot

To go right would have been too predictable for Steamboat Springs High School's Erin Christensen. So she went left with nine seconds to go against Moffat County, rolled off a screen and hit a 3-pointer to put her team up 39-37 as the clock ran out.

Dimes and dreams

Rider aims for Olympics --no matter the cost

Dreams sometimes come with price tags, and Erin Simmons has no idea what her dreams will cost.

Down to the wire

Sailors beat Bulldogs by 1 with seconds left

The "Running Sailors" label printed on the Steamboat Springs boys basketball roster is misleading.