News for Monday, March 13, 2006

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Steamboat skiers make their mark

The J3 Junior Olympic Championships came to a close Saturday at Vail's Gold Peak with Buck Hill, Minn.'s Michael Ankeny topping Ski Club Vail's Hunter Schleper for the slalom title.

Youths find success at Junior Olympics

Five members of Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club returned from Sun Valley, Idaho, this week after successful campaigns at the J2 Junior Olympic Championships.

Young kids are old hands

Cowboy musical tonight at Strawberry Park Elementary

Jackson Perry may not have a big part, but he knows his lines by heart. "Are you all right, partner?" Jackson said in a cowboy drawl Monday during a rehearsal for tonight's performance of "Cow�--boys, Outlaws, Railroads & Mining, Oh My!"

Steamboat's playoff run ends in 2nd

Steamboat girls hockey coach John Harris was optimistic before his team headed to the Chapel Hill Ice Arena during the weekend for the Mountain State's Girls Hockey League State playoffs.

Briefs for March 14

"Heralds of Hope," a fundraiser for Hospice, seeks to bring color and cheer into the lives of residents. On Wednesday, daffodils will be for sale for $5 a bunch at City Market, Safeway, Off the Beaten Path Bookstore, Alpine Floral, Hayden Mercantile, the Clark Store and the Visiting Nurse Association offices. Proceeds from daffodil sales will be used to provide hospice care for teminally ill patients in the Yampa Valley.

Lose something lately?

Steamboat Ski Area may have what you're looking for

If you have seen a gray stuffed rabbit around the ski area, a child would appreciate it if you would bring it to the lost and found.

Colorado brings in record numbers of skiers

Steamboat focuses on April tourism

The gondola singles line that stretched around the corner to Gondola Joe's coffee shop Monday morning said it all.

Hayden marks 100 years

Happy Birthday, Hayden. The town of Hayden has made it through its first hundred years, and most people are optimistic about what the next hundred years will bring.

Council, authority to discuss housing

The Steamboat Springs City Council and the local housing authority will discuss affordable housing efforts tonight.

Grant helps honor heritage

The city of Steamboat Springs is among the nation's first to receive a grant promoting the protection of community heritage.

Steamboat man arrested in drug bust

The Greater Routt and Moffat Narcotics Enforcement Team drug task force assisted agents from Denver Drug Enforcement Agencies in an investigation that resulted in the seizure of more than 1 pound of cocaine.

School Board seeks input

Forums will address specific questions about aging facilities

The Steamboat Springs School Board plans to host another round of community forums to gauge public opinion about what to do with aging district facilities.

The Record for March 14

12:32 a.m. An assault and battery was reported in Park Trailer Park in Hayden. A 29-year-old Hayden woman was arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault in what police described as a domestic dispute. No injuries were reported.

Jewell returns to World Cup

Nearly three weeks after he made his first Olympic appearance, Steamboat Springs Tyler Jewell returned to the World Cup tour with a seventh-place showing at Whiteface Mountain in Wilmington, N.Y., last week.