News for Friday, February 17, 2012



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Steamboat ski teams take 2nd at state

The Steamboat Springs High School boys and girls ski teams each finished second at the Colorado High School State Ski Championships in Beaver Creek.

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Steamboat boys team downs Bulldogs, 57-49

The Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team put the final touches on its regular season resume Friday, downing Moffat County, 57-49.

Zoe Taylor takes 1st in Telemark World Cup event

U.S. Telemark Ski Team member Zoe Taylor, 16, skied to first place in the World Cup parallel sprint classic at Steamboat Ski Area on Friday. Taylor is the first American woman to make the top of the podium since Cody Thompson, of Whitefish, Mont., won a classic race in 2000.

The Record for Feb. 16

12:05 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers investigated a suspicious car at the Stock Bridge Transit Center.

Colorado avalanche center issues warning about slide danger

The Colorado Avalanche Information Center has issued a special avalanche warning for the mountains of Colorado through 10 a.m. Monday.

Steamboat briefs: Local Civil Air Patrol cadet is selected for leadership academy

Cadet 2nd Lt. Noah Gibbs, of the Steamboat Springs Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, has been selected to participate in the Civic Leadership Academy from Feb. 25 to March 3 in Washington, D.C.

Routt County school lunch menus for Feb. 20 to 24

Routt County school lunch menus for Feb. 20 to 24

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Steamboat's Chris Painter to receive 2012 Hazie Werner Award

Chris Painter, who nurtured a vision for a 21st-century public library in Steamboat Springs for more than a decade, will become the 24th recipient of the Hazie Werner Award for Excellence.

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New Orleans Suspects get a fresh musical start, head to Steamboat

With members from Outformation, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, the Radiators and the Neville Brothers, the Suspects sound suspiciously like a New Orleans supergroup.

Donor for downtown Steamboat flower baskets emerges

Richard Thompson, of SoHo, N.Y., said he would contribute one-third of the first $10,000 for the flower baskets and their watering, but he challenged other residents, businesses and organizations to provide the rest.

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Hayden's Terry charges into state wrestling finals

Senior is lone Tiger to remain perfect in bid for championship

Thrice denied, Hayden High School senior Chad Terry earned the chance Friday to wrestle for the state championship that’s seemingly been on his fingertips his entire career.