While I don’t dismiss the merits of an early childhood education, I think as a “village” we need to thoroughly think through the idea of having Steamboat Springs School District provide preschool.
My husband and I uprooted our family and moved from Winter Park to Steamboat Springs a little more than a year ago so our twin boys, now 8, could grow up in a community with neighborhood schools.
The family of Mary Jo Barnes would like to express their sincere thanks and gratitude for the many expressions of sympathy, prayers and support during and after the loss of our mother.
On Oct. 15, credit unions worldwide will come together to celebrate International Credit Union Day and the role financial cooperatives play in improving the communities they serve and the lives of their members the world over. This year’s theme, “People Helping People,” encapsulates the long-standing credit union philosophy.
A few days ago, Steamboat Springs lost much of its Internet and telephone service again. Like the last time this happened, a construction contractor doing excavation work carelessly cut the fiber-optic cable that provides our telecommunication services. The response so far is, “Oops.”
I just read the article in the Steamboat Today about the potential substantial increase in the pay for Routt County elected officials. While there are some elected positions that should be filled with individuals with specific training and expertise (sheriff, treasurer, assessor and clerk), and it is important to attract candidates to run for those positions that have the expertise to adequately perform their duties, I do not feel that is the case for the position of Routt County commissioner.
Routt County is now considering the revision of county residential zoning to include short-term house rentals. Short-term is defined as a few days up to 30 days. These are generally known as “vacation house rentals” (VHRs) and mostly rented through the Internet (VRBO, AirB ‘n’ B, etc.).
We live in one amazing community. Our family was amazed by the overwhelming love and support we received during this most difficult time in our lives.
Thank you to everyone who donated and helped with the 9/11 Never Forget project.
This letter is in response to your poll asking for our opinion on the overall effect of legalized pot on the Steamboat community.
Love your Steamboat community? Then love our schools, because they greatly influence quality of life in the ’Boat.
This community has been developing classical music education and programs for our children for more than 25 years. I suspect more than 1,000 children have learned or are learning violin, cello, piano, flute and other instruments. Some students have gone on to careers with orchestras around the country.
As a long-time summer resident and owner of property in Routt County, I have often been bemused by the statements and pronouncements of the local elected officials.
I was excited to learn about the upcoming bond issue and mill levy override to build new facilities for K-12 students. This is a great economical, cost-effective, economy-of-scale way to approach all the remodels, upgrades and new facilities needed here.
Before us in November is a ballot question asking us to approve a $92 million bond for a plan that includes constructing a new high school on a site three miles west of downtown. We are part of a pro-education group of parents, coaches, former teachers, former school board members and business owners who believe this is the wrong plan for our schools and our town.