While attending a seminar on canine behavior during the weekend, I was reminded of the long journey of growth in the world of dog behavior and training I have taken through many years’ time. Things have changed.
" ... we applaud the City Council for seizing the opportunity to embrace a new perspective and give an under-represented voice the chance to be heard." — Editorial Board
"Let us affirm everyone’s right to express themselves without harm to any and instead with kindness to all." — Erin Biggs, Nancy Spillane, Diane Miller, Mariana Ishida, Linda Delaney, Nancy Working, Lisa W. Berry, Betty Truelove and Nancy Porter
"The so-called plans advanced by Congressman Tipton, Speaker Ryan, and others, all propose to give the subsidy money back to the richest Americans." — Julie Hagenbuch
Spring Creek has never been easy in the political sense of the word, with issues of access to private property and the importance of the winter trail closure to protect the elk that winter on the upper section.
Colorado Land Link is a program that matches farmers and ranchers seeking land opportunities with landowners who are open to transitioning their land. Ideal for absentee landowners, non-ag producing landowners or potential retirees, Land Link creates a process in which you can find someone to farm or ranch your land.
"A great way to ensure the continued success of the Discovery Learning Center is by supporting the upcoming Casino Night at the Steamboat Grand from 7 to 10 p.m. March 11." — Adam and Lora Reichley
"Bigotry, hatred and racial intolerance should never be marginalized or minimized on any level ..." — Editorial Board
"Cory Gardner says his vote for Pruitt was meant to help Colorado hold the federal government responsible for errors made in trying to clean up toxic mine waste. Yet he rejected a bill that would keep mines in Colorado and elsewhere from polluting in the first place." — Diane R. Miller
"On average, you run columns about four times a week and two or more are anti-Trump." — Patrick Curran
"It is ironic, yet very sad, that the swastika — this ancient symbol of spiritual victory and attainment, was appropriated by a force that used it for exactly the opposite reasons — to enslave and brutalize human beings." — Steven Richheimer
"We now fully understand what makes the community of Steamboat Springs so tight knit and majestic beyond the natural beauty." — Scotty Stoughton
While we understand City Council’s fiscal concerns and appreciate its desire to protect taxpayer interests, housing development is seldom a risk-free proposition.
The staff and faculty of Steamboat Springs High School would like to share with the community that we are taking the current events related to hate crimes in our workplace very seriously.
"As humanities teachers who have developed the 10th-grade interdisciplinary American Studies curriculum at Steamboat Springs High School, we are troubled, disappointed and heart-sick that students from our school engaged in the hateful act of using swastikas to threaten and intimidate fellow students." — Deirdre Boyd, Larry Gravelle and Jenny Shea