News for Friday, January 13, 2006



'It cost me everything I had'

Man sentenced to 12 years in prison for selling cocaine

Michael Sherrod Saunders was sentenced Friday to 12 years in prison and five years mandatory parole after pleading guilty to selling cocaine from his home.

Olivia, Jonathan top baby names

In about 16 years, Olivia might date Jonathan at Steam�boat Springs High School. Olivia was the most popular name for a newborn baby girl at Yampa Valley Medical Center in 2005, hospital spokeswoman Christine McKelvie said. Four local families chose the name for their daughters.

College to start spring set of classes

At Colorado Mountain College this spring, you can learn to write from a published author and learn to cook from local chefs.

Former Winter Sports Club athletes ski well for CU

Led by strong finishes from former Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club athletes, the University of Colorado ski team finished second at the Alaska Invitational.

Double trouble

Sailor Mitch Bryden has double-double in team's win

Ten minutes after the Steamboat Springs boys basketball team beat Eagle Valley on Friday, attention shifted to tonight's opponent: Battle Mountain.

Hayden School Board planning ahead

Hayden school officials are planning next year's budget and taking on other basic issues.

Briefs for Jan. 14

Snowmobilers lost in North Routt found

Girls find chemistry

Somewhere between Tuesday's 35-point loss to Moffat County and Friday's tip against Eagle Valley, Steamboat Springs girls basketball coach Ashley Berggren aand her seniors had a sit-down.

The Record for Jan. 14

2:19 a.m. A 24-year-old man was arrested in the 2300 block of Mount Werner Circle on suspicion of flashing people on a hotel balcony. Officers first found the man drunk, standing alone in the middle of the street wearing a wet T-shirt and jeans. Officers followed the man and witnessed an argument with people on the balcony. They arrested the man after he took off his pants and flashed the group.