Although there’s no significant expansion of summertime air service in sight, there’s reason for optimism with YVRA’s soon-to-be-underway analysis of future needs at the regional airport west of Steamboat Springs.
The disaster that is the Yampa Valley Housing Authority is complete. It is administratively incompetent, has incompetent business practices, ignores its own legal advice and misleads the public.
A June 2013 article in the American Journal of Nursing discussed possible health consequences caused by fracking. These consequences begin at the onset of drilling or last long after the process stops.
On June 9, the Steamboat Pilot & Today featured an otherwise well-researched history of the Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp, but it contained the outrageous notion that its founders (Portia and Charlotte) “dampened” the 50th anniversary (1963) as they “moved toward selling the property to Stephens College, of Columbia.”
In a recent article on the growing sport of stand-up paddleboarding, Scott Ford compares Steamboat’s section of the Yampa River to an “amusement ride.”
Six billion dollars. That’s the amount spent on the 2012 election. How many hungry mouths could $6 billion feed? How many crumbling bridges could it repair? How many children could it educate? How many jobs could it create? What a waste.
A proposal to allow downtown Steamboat Springs businesses to display sandwich boards through the busy summer season is a smart short-term compromise that promises to provide long-term guidance.
We think it’s a no-brainer that Steamboat move toward at-large board seats. By moving forward with a ballot question to that end, the School Board now leaves it up to voters to decide.
Four across, three down/Why do these simple clues cause me to frown?
I already can’t quite imagine not coming to work at Howelsen Hill. Of course, the thing I will miss most is interacting with everyone, from the athletes (very young through adult), parents, coaches, volunteers, administrators and board members.
The Yampa Valley Housing Authority’s decision to stop making payments to First National Bank of the Rockies on a $2 million loan is a shortsighted stunt that puts the agency’s long-term future in doubt.
The photograph on the front of Monday's Steamboat Today of Asher Lesyshen-Kirlan’s memorial service was indeed a raw one. The pain and grief jump off the page, but so does the love.
In recent weeks, I was compelled to navigate a rarely used process relating to property title. Much of the process was bureaucratic, involving state and Routt County entities.
In anticipation of the upcoming 4th of July parade, I have a big concern over the excessive and unwanted use of these super soakers that people on floats dispense out to the parade crowd.
As I picked up the Steamboat Today on Tuesday morning, I was instantly disappointed at the lack of judgment and compassion your editors chose with their need to show the picture of children overcome with grief at Asher’s memorial.