News for Wednesday, March 29, 2006

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Women hit the ice for tournament

Kit Rice has plenty of experience on the ice, but not even 16 years of playing competitive hockey can calm her nerves the week before the state championships.

County to look at affordable housing

Routt County officials are looking at the possibility of mandating affordable housing in new residential projects.

Special education forum today

Public comment prompts two-day audit by field experts

The voice of a single parent can make quite a difference.

Show celebrates the end

Concert, free skiing planned for season's last days

Letting go of a ski season that will be remembered for more than 400 inches of snow isn't easy.

Fairview residents free to build

Council decision ends debate about subdivision land use

Cheryl Kindred says her rights have been upheld -- finally.

Candidates to talk politics

Oak Creek, Hayden hopefuls gather at tonight's forums

Oak Creek and Hayden voters will have a chance to get to know their town board and mayoral candidates a little better tonight.

Girls lacrosse players net success

The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team finally got the results it was looking for.

Baseball team raises funds

The Steamboat Springs High School baseball team is pairing with Haymaker Golf Course for the Sailors' spring fundraiser.

A race for the swift

Soroco's Heide, Rengel qualify for state meet

The first time Soroco High School track coach Gary Heide saw his daughter Genessa Heide run a 200-meter race was Saturday --hen she won the event at the Mickey Dunn Invitational.

Man pinned by large boulder

Worker released from hospital after suffering injuries

A construction worker who reportedly was struck by a falling rock at a construction site Monday was released from the hospital Wednesday, a construction project manager said.

Scott Stanford: Sounding off about Sound Off

I regularly get questions about Sound Off. Sound Off is a weekly feature we started about four years ago. The gist is that people call in or e-mail comments to us about community issues, and we publish a selection of those comments every Sunday. The controversial part is that we publish the comments anonymously.