News for Saturday, March 11, 2006

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Transactions for March 1 to 6

CLARK, TED A. AND CLARK, JUNE E. TO ADAMO, WAYNE AND ADAMO, LISA L. FOR TOWN OF HAHN'S PEAK Lot: 1-7 Block: 2 -- $76,000

All work, all play

Three professional 'ski bums' get their passes scanned every day

Three of Steamboat's more accomplished ski bums have more in common than simply skiing every day of the season.

Ty Thomas Norton

Ty Thomas Norton, son of Gina Goodman Norton and Ron Norton of Steamboat Springs, was born at 7:17 a.m. on Feb. 28, 2006.

Mack-Housel

Danny and Lori Thompson of Steamboat Springs announce the engagement of their daughter, Marissa Mack of Steamboat, to Preston Housel of Denver. Housel is the son of Thomas and Lori Housel of Commerce City.

Building permits for March 1 to 3

PINES IV, LLC 400 ORE HOUSE PLAZA BRECK CONSTRUCTION INC. 4 BAY GARAGE $35,112

Shelby Nicole Gunter

Shelby Nicole Gunter, daughter of Bryan and Rachel Gunter of Steamboat Springs, was born at 5:58 a.m. on March 1, 2006.

Braden William Jenrich

Braden William Jenrich, son of Drew and Jessica Jenrich of Steamboat Springs, was born at 10:55 p.m. on Feb. 26, 2006.

Discounts at a price

15 years have passed since city lost suit over Wal-Mart vote

It was 15 years ago this month that the lengthy debate about Wal-Mart's bid to open a store in Steamboat Springs stopped just short of reaching the Colorado Supreme Court.

Business briefs for March 12

Steamboat Village Brokers has announced the addition of Suzie Spiro to its real estate team. Spiro began her real estate sales career in 2002 in Boulder. She is an owner and partner for RWM Development, LLC.

Patrick Ryan Kuntz

Patrick Ryan Kuntz, son of Kelsey and Paul Kuntz of Steamboat Springs, was born at 1:49 p.m. on Feb. 28, 2006.

Tall Tulips flower shop fills niche

Exotic flowers sent overnight from Amsterdam

Marco is the most valued business partner of Amy Bunch and Christopher "Kip" Tirone. Yet they never have met the man or spoken to him on the phone.

A Grand sale

Auction could bring end to resort's sales woes

Auctioneers may have to sell a unit every minute Saturday to get rid of the remaining units at the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel.