News for Friday, February 17, 2006



Simmons misses finals

Simmons misses finals

Steamboat boardercross racer's medal hopes fade

Erin Simmons tried to put on her game face as she talked with reporters after the second round of qualifying in the women's Olympic snowboardcross event Friday, but she could not hide her disappointment.

TV Olympics schedule

TV Olympics schedule Today NBC 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. -- Women's cross country relay final; men's biathlon pursuit final; men's hockey USA vs. Slovakia (LIVE); momen's short track speed skating 1,500 meter semifinals.

North Routt school charting the future

During a school year characterized by an increase in student enrollment, a new teacher and a new yurt, North Routt Community Charter School officials are beginning to plan for the future.

Carmen Louise Anarella

Carmen Louise Anarella, daughter of Kate Krautkramer and John Anarella of Yampa, was born at 6:01 a.m. Feb. 9, 2006. She weighed 6 pounds and 12 ounces and was 21 inches long. Her siblings are Sarvis and Truman Anarella. Her grandparents are Bob and Cathy Krautkramer of Steamboat Springs and Carol Anarella of Rochester, N.Y.

Tigers' weaknesses exposed

On Friday night, Coy Letlow and Tim Taylor were lying on their backs within several feet of each other, taking deep breaths with shirts over their heads. Within five minutes, the two Hayden wrestlers ended their season at the Colorado State Wrestling Championships.

Alborn only American jumper to survive cut

It will not take gold, silver or bronze to put a smile on Alan Alborn's face today in Pragelato. He is just hoping for two good jumps.

Woman dies in crash near Kremmling

Steamboat resident sustains minor injuries in vehicle collision

A Silverthorne woman died and a Steamboat Springs man sustained minor injuries Thursday morning when their cars collided about nine miles south of Kremmling.

Schmid back at school

Former principal signs on as substitute

The students brought him back. Dave Schmid, former principal at Steamboat Springs High School, has returned to the public school system as a substitute teacher. The Steamboat Springs School Board hired Schmid during its Monday meeting, and he already has taught shop class at the high school for one day.

Proud in defeat

Sailors wrestlers out of state tourney

Andy Morell and Houston Mader walked off the mats at the Colorado State Wrestling Championships with their heads down after going two and out.

Briefs for Feb. 18

Nonprofit Excellence Project hosts roundtable The Nonprofit Excellence Project is hosting a free funders roundtable from noon to 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Centennial Hall, 124 10th St. Participants will hear from local funding agencies about their grant and loan-funding programs, and will have the opportunity to discuss a potential loan- or grant-funded project or program. To RSVP, or for more information, call Winnie Delliquadri at 871-8257 or e-mail

Morrison man in fair condition

Craig resident died Thursday in accident near Hayden

A 36-year-old Morrison man was listed in fair condition Friday afternoon after he reportedly fell asleep while driving near Hayden on Thursday. The resulting accident killed a Craig man.

Sales tax revenue increases

Big snows and a green summer brought the bucks to Steam�--boat Springs last year.

Steamboat hosts 14,000 guests

Steamboat Springs' prep cooks were up bright and early this morning to prepare for one of the busiest tourism days in the past decade.

The Record for Feb. 18

Thursday, Feb. 16 4:39 a.m. A person in the 200 block of Old Fish Creek Falls Road reported a loud group of people partying and fighting. When officers contacted the group, they cited two people for underage drinking and arrested two 20-year-old men on failure to appear warrants.