When I experience and hear about the extremely high rates of rain that Steamboat, and Colorado in general, are experiencing, I cannot help but think about global warming.
On Thursday, the Steamboat Today published an editorial, “Our view: The public deserves to know,” calling on the city of Steamboat Springs to release a public report about its investigation into allegations of misconduct by Steamboat Springs Police Chief Joel Rae and Deputy Chief Bob DelValle once the investigation concludes.
The sales tax makes the city council partners with the businesses in town, but this partnership does not always act in ways that non-business residents would prefer.
Every time I have hiked the Soda Creek Trail on Buffalo Pass I have either seen moose or their hoof prints along the path.
So, we have just broken the record for rainfall in May. May I ask why people’s sprinkler systems are still turned on?
The entertainment of the year was enjoyed by all on May 21 in Hayden. It was provided by the elementary students of Hayden School District and included acrobatics, singing, dancing, magic acts, skateboard demonstrations and a special duet with daughter and dad.
In response to Ken Collins’ support of gay marriage, I offer the following observations.
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains (PPRM) empowers people to make informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive health by providing high quality health care, comprehensive sex education and strategic advocacy.
I would like to say thank you to the staff at Yampa Valley Medical Center for the care they gave me before, during and after my surgery — the doctors, nurses, physical therapist, occupational therapist, respiratory therapist, the diabetes educator and the nurse navigator for the joint replacement.
This is an open letter to Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardener and Rep. Scott Tipton.
I agree with the recent letters about Triple Crown Sports.
The third leg of our government consists of four men who obviously loved the 1950s, four others who seem to realize we’re in the 21st century and one guy who sits on the fence falling either direction at times.
Being in Cabaret has been my dream for six years.
This year Ms. Kalmes’ fourth-grade class and Ms. Sattlers’ first-grade class at Soda Creek Elementary have worked together on a Jane Goodall’s Roots and Shoots community mapping project to help educate students and the community about keeping bears wild and people safe by being responsible about people’s trash.
After so many years of service, I would like to tout the outstanding work of three of the trustees of Colorado Mountain College: Ken Brenner, Dr. Robert (Bob) Taylor and Kathy Goudy.