News for Sunday, January 8, 2012



Steamboat Junior and Mixed City Championships results for Sunday

2012 Steamboat Junior and Mixed City Championships

Steamboat School Board to discuss providing food service to CMC

The Steamboat Springs School Board on Monday night will discuss its district’s bid to become the Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus’ food service provider.

The Record for Jan. 7

12:58 a.m. Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 400 block of Howelsen Parkway. No other information was available.

Steamboat briefs: Annual Fireman’s Ball fundraiser is on Jan. 28

The annual Fireman’s Ball fundraiser is at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 28 at The Steamboat Grand. Tickets are $65 per person and include dinner and dancing, with music by the Brian Smith Band.

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Luke Graham: Steamboat basketball gets back to form

Somehow, the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team looked legit Friday against defending Western Slope League champion Glenwood Springs.

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6 inches of snow falls on Steamboat Ski Area during weekend

After weeks of mostly clear skies and unseasonably warm temperatures, Steamboat Springs finally got a welcome shot of winter Saturday as 6 inches of fresh, natural snow coated Mount Werner.

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Steamboat freestylers go big at Sunday event

Steamboat skiers capture plenty of podiums on home snow

Steamboat freestyle skiers took away plenty of podiums during the Rocky Mountain Division Devo freestyle event at Howelsen Hill in downtown Steamboat Springs that brought about 100 athletes to compete.

Monday Medical: Technology helps resolutions

How are you doing on your New Year’s resolutions? Are you sticking to that new exercise regime and staying away from sweets? Or have your good intentions already faded?

County agenda for Jan. 9 and 10

Routt County agenda for Jan. 9 and 10

Quicksilver Resources reducing contract, consultant positions

On Thursday, Quicksilver Resources eliminated about 30 contract and consultant positions in the company’s Steamboat office, according to Quicksilver Resources Senior Director of Government and Community Affairs Stephen Lindsey.

Deb Babcock: Jade requires minimal care

If you’re looking for a houseplant that is easy to grow, looks good and requires minimal care, consider the jade plant (Crassula ovata, formerly C. argentea). With its thick, glossy dark-green leaves, this plant is a beauty that can grow as tall as 4 feet and as wide as 4 feet.

Kyle Hornor: Not all beef is equal

While I am a supporter of the Community Agriculture Alliance and I generally enjoy their articles, I found their most recent article concerning the beef industry to be misleading.

Laura Schrettner Corriveau: Privatization no good

I recently read the Steamboat Springs City Council minutes and recommendation from the ICMA consulting services. Privatization of services? Volunteer staffing? Are you out of your mind?

Soroco girls basketball eye rebound

The Soroco High School girls basketball team has the chance tonight to bounce its record back above .500 after back-to-back losses dropped it to 2-2.

Soroco wrestling team looks for improvement

Soroco High School wrestling coach Jay Whaley said his team was better Saturday as it returned from the winter break with a competition at Eagle Valley.

Steamboat Winter Sports Club's Loomis leads in Nordic combined

Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club skier Adam Loomis led the way for the United States in a pair of Nordic combined Continental Cup competitions in Erzurum, Turkey.