The city of Steamboat Springs Planning Director Tyler Gibbs will brief Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday on a plan to fund long-neglected basic infrastructure in downtown.
Reading the articles in the paper regarding whether or not our school district should cut select standardized tests from our academic program got me thinking about school-time efficiency.
A warm and heartfelt thanks to our wonderful and extremely generous attendees of last Saturday’s inaugural Ski for Parkinson’s Nordic event. We are all truly fortunate to be living in such a caring and supportive community.
I wish to express my admiration and gratitude to the following law enforcement organizations: town police; state patrol and wildlife officers; County Sheriff’s Department and All Crimes Enforcement Task Force. Every day, they risk life and limb to protect us residents.
We would like to send a big shout-out to our friend Joan Lazarus and thank her for her incredibly generous outreach to our community during her time as executive director of Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp.
We would like to send a big shout-out to our friend Joan Lazarus and thank her for her incredibly generous outreach to our community during her time as executive director of Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp
I wish to express my admiration and gratitude to the following law enforcement organizations: town police; Colorado State Patrol; Parks and wildlife officers; Routt County Sheriff’s Department; and ACET (All Crimes Enforcement Task Force). Every day, they risk life and limb to protect us citizens.
Last Tuesday’s six-hour Steamboat Springs City Council meeting was marked by an interesting series of decisions and discussions.
The most recent City Council meeting was an attempt to push toward finalizing the location of a police station that instead put the selection process into turmoil and significantly damaged the reputation of the city manager.
Last Saturday’s fire in Yampa left a huge hole in its the history and main street. People lost their homes and livelihood, but no one was seriously injured. Amazing!
After reading the latest story about the city of Steamboat looking into becoming a STAR Community, my first thought was “what an opportunity.”
The revelation Tuesday night that a close relative of a member of the Steamboat Springs City Council had been hired to vet the final police station sites was shocking to say the least.
Our family was in Steamboat over the holidays. Beautiful town, a very special place as you know. While we ran into friendly and consumer driven folks everywhere, you should know this, we had a waitress, Keri at Mazzola’s that represented your community better than anybody.
As we embark on a new year in Routt County, it’s common to look back on the previous year to determine if there were memorable moments, lessons learned and progress made or lost.
Let's be aware of the probable consequences over the next 30 years of the initial steps Steamboat Springs is considering to solve the bear problem.