"We applaud the school board for seeking a way to find a long-term solution for making all-day kindergarten free for all students." — Editorial Board
"We can passively allow the insurance industry corporations to dictate quality of care, or we can stop complaining and choose the cooperative model that is available to us through ColoradoCare (Amendment 69)." — Dr. Rosanne Iversen
"While enjoying breakfast with my son at The Shack, we noticed a beautiful, yellow lab locked in a black Honda Pilot." — Laura Case
Last week, the pavilion was a celebration of brass instruments, so let me share with you a few things brass players enjoy.
The Community Housing Steering Committee's final recommendations aren’t likely to be the cure-all for our housing problem, but we’re encouraged to see the community re-engaging behind this essential need.
"I have been confused for some time now at the prominent inclusion, which is repeatedly accorded by Steamboat Today, to Melanie Sturm." — Robert B. Stevenson
"We don’t view substance abuse education and treatment as a core city service, and therefore, we would not support a new sales tax to address this issue, even though it’s an important one." — Editorial Board
"As a frequent visitor to Colorado, I find the City Council's concern about substance abuse a bit disingenuous given your legalization of marijuana." — James Moritz
A letter to the editor from Routt County Treasurer Brita Horn
"Midway through this turbulent summer, with the nation reeling from terrorist attacks and fraying race relations, majorities of dispirited Americans wish the parties would Think Again about their nominees, neither of whom engender trust or confidence in a citizenry craving both." — Melanie Sturm
"Even without the bighorns, climbing Mount Zirkel is a high (pun intended) worth putting on your bucket list if you are capable of the somewhat strenuous hike." — Elaine Dermody
"We are a special breed that has made Steamboat and places like it our home." — Andrew Stoller
Securing adequate community housing is of concern to all Routt County residents, and we encourage the public to become involved with the important work of the newly formed Community Housing Steering Committee.
"I firmly believe we can come together and find a mutual workable solution for all: pet owners, non pet-owners and the wildlife that shares our community." — Taffy, a border collie
"Thank you, John for your excellent work. Keep the photos and great journalistic writing coming our way." — Lu Etta Lobber