"it’s a public road that shouldn’t be quietly vacated without more investigation and debate." — Editorial Board
"Help to preserve, protect and defend our protected Wilderness areas, for the wildlife, the plant life and for your legacy." — Nancy S. Working
We were impressed this week by the bipartisanship implicit in the news that State Sen. Randy Baumgardner, R-Hot Sulphur Springs, and State Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush, D-Steamboat Springs, are co-sponsors of a new bill working its way through the Colorado legislature that has the potential to break the log-jam over how best to raise more funds for maintaining and modernizing the state’s long-neglected transportation system.
You’ve probably heard this old saying that ends with, “… everything looks like a nail.” It occurred to me that this applies to some commonly used cues/commands we use with our dogs.
"Why would Intrawest collect a payment for a full year’s pass but decrease shuttle service in the last two weeks?" — Arty Smith
"As an independent voter, I get imperative information from town hall meetings." — Edith Lynn Hornik-Beer
"The stories and history found in the original Three Wire Winter are definitely worth emulating, worth preserving, and worth sharing with the world." — Editorial Board
"The financial costs of unanticipated changes in our climate to our agricultural, recreation and tourism industries and quality of life cannot be calculated without knowing what those changes might be." — Bob and Sarah Woodmansee
"For parents whose kids are approaching middle school and high school and are concerned about steering them in a healthy direction, they may want to take a hard look at the Steamboat Springs High School theater program." — Heather Martyn
"Actually there are a lot of us that want single-payer, Medicare for all, or that horrible term 'socialized medicine.'” — Christine Manzanares
"I urge our community and our representatives to look at our progress and consider the impact defunding Planned Parenthood will have on female reproductive health, the unplanned pregnancy rate and the abortion rate for low-income women in our community." — Wallie Morris
Please remember, space not speed.
In addition to the added safety and improved traffic flow, the roundabouts — particularly the one to be built at the very doorway to the Ski Area — offer the potential to more effectively brand the resort.
"President Trump, Vice-President Pence and Republican Congressmen, find a way to save our Medicare as promised." — Diane Capps
Spring in the Yampa Valley is truly a time of transition; it is also a time of transition for Yampatika.