News for Friday, March 19, 2004



Briefs for March 20

"Managed Money: A better way to invest," a presentation by David Gordon, senior vice president and investment officer in Wachovia Securities Private Client Group, will be from 6 to 8 p.m. March 31 at the Steamboat Yacht Club. The presentation is free, but donations to Routt County United Way are requested. Topics will include choosing the right money managers, tax traps, when to fire a manager, using a consultant and ethical and fiduciary issues. Attorneys and certified public accountants receive two hours of continuing education credit for attending. Call (800) 336-5640, ext. 4334, to RSVP.

Hayden dog park proposed

Trustee calls town park on Third Street the perfect spot

Hayden Trustee Ken Gibbon loves to run with his dog, but like many people in Hayden and Steamboat Springs, he doesn't have a place in town where he can let his pooch off the leash.

Water District to annex land

Mount Werner will annex 37-acre parcel for infiltration gallery

The Mount Werner Water District agreed Friday to annex a 37-acre parcel east of the city along U.S. Highway 40 into its boundaries for an infiltration gallery.

CMC ski team takes ninth

The Colorado Mountain College men's skiing team finished ninth out of 19 teams at the U.S. Collegiate Ski Association's National Championships in Sugarloaf, Maine.

WSC Alpine skiers post wins

Regardless of the division or competition, the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Alpine skiers continue to post impressive results.

Sharp's building looking for tenant

Coyote Springs, aka Seasons at the Pond, closed in middle of ski season

The leaseholders on the closed Coyote Springs restaurant at 435 Lincoln Ave. are talking to more than one entity about assuming the lease, according to the landlord.

The Record for March 20

12:56 a.m. A loud party was reported in the 3200 block of Apres Ski Way. The Steamboat Springs Police Department warned the residents to turn down their music.

Sloppy slalom fails to stop Steamboat skiers

It took a little bit longer than she wanted, but Friday, Amanda DeVos achieved her weeklong goal by stepping onto the podium at this year's J4 Junior Olympic Festival.

32 qualify for national competition

The USASA Nationals is the largest snowboarding competition in the world and the place where freestyle riders J.J. Thomas and Danny Kass got their start before standing on the Olympic podium in 2002.

Two days, two podiums

Two days and two podiums. If Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club ski racer Ryan McConnell gets his way, he will make it three-for-three today when he takes to the snow for the giant slalom -- the final event of the J4 Junior Olympic Festival in Steamboat Springs.