News for Wednesday, March 22, 2006



Scott Stanford: This one's on the record

I learned a lesson about going "off the record" years ago.

Club's prestige builds

Steamboat telemark skiers shine at national races

The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club has built a reputation for producing top ski jumpers, Nordic combined skiers, snowboarders and Alpine skiers.

Snowfall hinders meter reading

Routt County residents who think their electric bills are more expensive than they should be should check the ease of access to their meters.

Rotary works to rebuild libraries

When two hurricanes ravaged the homes of Louisianans last year, they also wiped out the institutions where residents stored their cultural heritage.

Board to hear community garden proposal

An Oak Creek resident will pitch a community garden concept to the Oak Creek Town Board tonight.

Day 4: Seeing the devastation

We turned the music off. We stopped talking. We heard the damage in the Lower Ninth Ward would take our breaths away and bring tears to our eyes. We heard this neighborhood comprised mostly of low-income African-American people once had spirit and character.

Lacrosse team lacks wins

Sailors remain upbeat despite season's slow beginning

Despite snow-covered fields and little sunshine, the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse season is under way.

Free skiers succeed at Junior Olympics

Sierra Weir surprised everyone -- including herself -- at the 2006 Chevrolet Freestyle Junior Olympic Championships in Park City, Utah.

Season's first tennis match set

Getting back to the state championships is a priority for the members of the Steamboat Springs High School tennis team. The journey begins Friday.

'A rare quality'

Woman who died in crash remembered with love

Jennifer Buttery formed lasting friendships with just about everyone she met.