Kathy Connell, of Steamboat Springs, was named chairperson of the Colorado Transportation Commission this month, and we believe her passion for people and public affairs will serve the entire state well.
In what is usually the worst day of someone’s life, when they find themselves behind bars, only a family member or close friend coming to visit can provide solace. That practice is scheduled to come to an end for Routt County residents.
Since the day the USA Pro Challenge announced its 2015 race route at an event at Howelsen Hill, it’s been obvious Steamboat Springs is positioned to be at the center of the action, hosting the start of one of the world’s most-watched cycling events.
Well, the good folks of Craig are upset at New Belgium Brewing for supporting an environmental group that is suing the Colowyo Coal Mine. Coal miners are afraid — and rightly so — of losing their jobs.
We are all aware of the horrendous carnage at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston last week, resulting in nine dead at the hands of a 21-year-old sociopathic killer. It was sadly reminiscent of another attack not too long ago somewhat closer to home.
I am thoroughly disgusted and embarrassed by the amount of trash that is heaping over the trash cans on Main Street.
In regards to EPA’s Proposed Clean Power Plan: No matter how much the deniers, industry apologists and ideologues try to twist the facts and attack science, health-robbing air pollution and manmade climate change are real.
The downtown URA is in the past, but the need to reinvest in public facilities is still ahead of us.
I have just returned from this year’s Mountain Connect conference in Vail where the theme was developing rural broadband infrastructure through public/private partnerships.
Steamboat Today hosted the first of two “Step Up and Serve” forums last Wednesday night, and turnout was strong, with about 30 people in the audience. The purpose of the event was to give interested residents an opportunity to learn more about what it is like to serve Steamboat Springs as a city council member.
I recently found out Officer Kristin Bantle was “in trouble” with the police department and that she has been suspended from her position as school resource officer for teaching a girls safety class at the middle school and at the 2015 Girls to Women Conference held at Colorado Mountain College for eighth-graders.
The propaganda blitzkrieg that Washington and their lock step cronies have created, has morphed into more than a laughable distraction. Our way of life is seriously under threat from a radical environmental agenda, that, if left unchecked and allowed to come to fruition, will cause social and economic chaos for everyone.
Steamboat Springs City Council is scheduled to vote Tuesday night on whether to establish an urban renewal area in downtown Steamboat in order to use tax increment financing for the purpose of improving public infrastructure.
The three articles in the June 11 edition of the Today were sobering to say the least.
On Tuesday, City Council will look to approve a 25-year downtown Urban Renewal Authority plan.