It’s National Volunteer Week, and the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association would like to recognize the many volunteers who help us further our mission of improving the health and quality of life for residents and families in the Yampa Valley.
Ensuring that our youth have the opportunity to attend a post-secondary institute of higher learning is a long-term, important issue which will ultimately affect all of us.
As the Education Fund Board is poised to make its grant funding decisions for next school year, we think there’s one request that rises to the top and begs for overwhelming approval.
Maybe it's time to change "Mud Season" to something with more appeal.
The Steamboat Springs School District is asking the board to consider funding full-day kindergarten, and we think there’s opportunity here for the fund board to have a huge impact on the education of young children while also capturing some political goodwill
We were impressed with the creativity, wide range of options and flexibility evident in the options presented by architect Matt Porta this week to the Steamboat Springs School Board and about 30 members of the master planning committee for possible new schools and remodels of existing buildings.
On Dec. 20, 2014 (a stormy, snowy night), I attended a Christmas party at the Clarion Inn in Craig.
As the mom of a graduating senior, I am delighted by the many local scholarships that reflect our community’s investment in and value for our young people and their futures. At the same time, I was startled to discover that only approximately 10 percent of local scholarships are listed as options for the whole county.
As a former Steamboat Springs School Board member and longtime volunteer for the RE-2 School District, I have been following the developments of the proposed downtown URA and TIF with some concern.
In the case of the Steamboat Springs School District's expansion plans, the best way to move forward might be to slow down.
Coordinator says "thanks" to local volunteers.
“Sheriff sees opportunity” is the headline in Tuesday’s edition of Steamboat Today. Sheriff Wiggins spoke to the joint meeting of the Steamboat Springs City Council and the Routt County Board of Commissioners about exploring the possibility of a shared public safety facility as a cost-savings measure for both the city and county.
As the ski season comes to a close, the board of directors for Mainstreet Steamboat Springs would like to take this time to thank Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. for all its efforts to make what was a less than stellar snow year an extremely successful year for downtown Steamboat restaurants and retailers.
Last week, members of the Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation Commission were quizzed by city officials on their ideas for a new pocket park on Yampa Street.
In response to yesterday’s letter to the editor, I wanted to provide the following clarifications.