News for Friday, February 3, 2006



Not just a bump on a log

Champion athlete brings sport to Steamboat

Judy Hoeschler was a teenager when she became a world champion logroller.

Steamboat skates past Marauders

Sailors take 5-2 win on senior night

Senior Sam Gary's empty-net goal with two seconds left was an exclamation point in Steamboat Springs' 5-2 win against the Mitchell hockey team Friday.

Briefs for Feb. 4

The Steamboat Springs Arts Council is presenting two new art exhibits that will run through March 12 at the Depot Art Center. One of the exhibits, "Locations of Consciousness," features three Eagle Valley artists who explore the experience of place in themselves and in relation to their environments. The second exhibit features paintings by new artist member Amanda Adare.

Fire destroys workshop

A fire destroyed a maintenance building near Rabbit Ears Pass on Friday morning and sent a local man to the hospital with minor injuries.

The Record for Feb. 4

8:58 p.m. A man reported his neighbor harassing him by pounding on his walls, throwing snowballs at his house, revving his car's engine and playing loud music in the 3400 block of AprÃs Ski Way.

Passport fair at downtown post office

The Steamboat Springs Post Office is holding a passport fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at its downtown location, 200 Lincoln Ave. The post office also accepts passport applications on weekdays throughout the year.

Teams flaunt brilliant minds

Several Steamboat Springs High School students hope to hear ovations after their orations this weekend.

District bargaining continues

New negotiation method improves communication

The Steamboat Springs School District's collaborative bargaining team is making progress.

School Board in the eye of the storm

The snowstorm is briefly letting up for the Steamboat Springs School Board.