News for Friday, March 26, 2004



Briefs for March 27

Newspaper seeking editorial representatives The Steamboat Pilot & Today is accepting nominations for community representatives on its Editorial Board. The community representatives would serve a four-month term from May 1 through Aug. 31.

Parents offer Holy Name plan

Church expected to review proposal to save preschool next week

Parents of Holy Name Preschool students have submitted a plan for keeping the preschool open.

Advocates invites mothers, daughters

Group to offer pairs Outward Bound experience for three days in May

It starts and ends in the parking lot. For 10 years, Advocates Against Battering and Abuse has brought women to an Outward Bound "survival" course for survivors of abuse. They spend three days in the outdoors doing ropes courses and rock climbing. In those three days, a transformation happens.

Bargain hunters take to the streets

Steve and Judy Phillips of Columbus, Ga., said it was almost warmer in Steamboat Springs on Friday afternoon than it was in their home 100 miles south of Atlanta.

Colder weather forecast

Winds, good chance of rain -- with a dusting of snow-- predicted

Winds picked up early Friday, blowing a cold front and scattered snow and rain showers to Colorado.

Sailor girls soccer opens season today

The Steamboat Springs girls soccer team will open its home season as scheduled today.

March is a busy month for area wrestling teams

The Steamboat Springs middle school wrestling team wrapped up its short season with a winning record in dual meets and impressive finishes in tournament action.

The Record for March 27

Thursday, March 25 1:10 a.m. The Routt County Sheriff's Office patrolled construction sites on Aspen Ridge Road.

City seeks volunteers for mapping projects

The city is looking for volunteers to help complete two community mapping projects, one detailing the city's trails and sidewalks and the other gathering information for fire prevention.