News for Friday, February 24, 2006



Woman cuts hair for charity

Resident parts with seven years' growth for Locks of Love

For the past seven and a half years, Amanda Halder never cut her hair beyond a simple trim. She was in middle school the last time her hair was chin-length.

Visitors keep pouring in

Strong season expected to continue into the weekend

Visitors continue to flock to Steamboat Springs this winter, and this weekend will be no exception.

Sailor girls end season with loss to Summit

If they were going to go out, the Steamboat Springs Sailor girls basketball players wanted to be able to say they gave their best effort.

Time runs out on Tigers

Grand Valley escapes with 40-39 win in district game

The Hayden boys basketball team had a list of things it had to accomplish if it hoped to upset Grand Valley in Friday's district tournament game.

Building a career in building

TIC offers summer camp to teach youths about construction

At some summer camps, children and teens learn how to build s'mores. At the Summer Construction Institute put on by The Indust�--rial Company, or TIC, teens learn how to build careers in the construction industry.

Pilot named best newspaper of its size

The Steamboat Pilot & Today won 20 awards, including General Excellence, at the annual Colorado Associated Press Editors and Reporters banquet on Friday night at the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver.

Transit director heads to D.C.

Krawzoff lobbies Congress to fund Colorado transportation

A city of Steamboat Springs official recently took a trip to Washington, D.C., to lobby Congress for more funding for transportation in Colorado.

Yet another adjustment for Mayer

Travis Mayer's skiing career has been predicated on his ability to make adjustments.