News for Wednesday, March 24, 2004



Ski suit may go to high court

American Skiing Co. this week took the first step toward bringing its appeal of the Triple Peaks lawsuit before the Colorado Supreme Court.

Briefs for March 25

Free skiing, boarding for Armed Forces members The Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. will honor active-duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces with free skiing and snowboarding during the resort's Armed Forces Week, April 5 through 11.

Ski jumpers stand tall in Park City

The jumping hills at Park City, Utah, may have played host to this year's Western Regional Championships, but that didn't stop several Steamboat Springs skiers from cashing in on top results.

Fund Board divvies money

$2M allocated to commissions

Change isn't always easy, Peter Remy told his fellow Education Fund Board members Wednesday.

The Record for March 25

Tuesday, March 23 12:05 a.m. The Steamboat Springs Police Department gave a courtesy transport to an intoxicated woman.

School Board to discuss post-retirement contracts

In response to proposed state legislation, the Steamboat Springs School Board will evaluate its policy on awarding post-retirement contracts to employees.

Chix on win streak heading to state

The Chix with Stix women's hockey team picked up its fifth straight win with a one-goal victory against the Left Hand Brewery Brewsers on Saturday at Howelsen Ice Arena.

Skiers bring hardware from Idaho Olympics

Kylie Douglas' second-place finish in the moguls at last week's 2004 Junior Olympic Freestyle Championships in Idaho highlighted a strong showing for the members of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club.

Skiers dominate regionals

The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club won six out of the 12 Nordic combined classes at this year's Western Regional Championships in Park City, Utah -- including all but one of the boy's classes.

Marchus must choose committee member

Routt County has selected two members to serve on a three-member board that will decide whether the decision to fire ex-chief building official Mark Marchus was appropriate.

Oak Creek Town Board to consider safety policy

To decrease the cost of workers' compensation insurance and protect the town from lawsuits, the Oak Creek Town Board will consider establishing a safety policy at its meeting tonight.

Commissioners table YVRA marketing plan

Routt County commissioners tabled their approval of the Yampa Valley Regional Airport's marketing plan to allow for several changes, including emphasizing the role that the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association, the lodging community and other entities play in promoting the airport.

Man pleads guilty to false reporting

A 20-year-old Milner man pleaded guilty Wednesday to false reporting and being an accessory to a crime.

Baskin' in the glory

Former Sailor named to elite team

It wasn't enough for Jon Baskin to be strong in the low post.

Tourists coming despite rain

Rain and high temperatures do not seem to be deterring tourists from coming to Steamboat Springs.