Perhaps having more room on the river side of the street by eliminating some parking spaces is an idea worth considering.
I’m at a loss to understand the amount of press Kenny Reisman’s ludicrous idea of removing some of the parking on Yampa Street is receiving. Does anyone really think removing parking spaces will help to resolve a parking problem?
From the June 4 Steamboat Today the headline reads, “Council to vote on parking.” A second headline reads, “Casey’s Pond parking an issue.”
This week, Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill that will provide $700,000 for Colorado’s Safe Routes to School program. This is great news for our children’s health and also important for our future national security.
My husband and I want to thank all the Steamboat Springs School District staff and teachers from elementary through high school who have committed themselves to making a difference in the lives of our youth on a daily basis.
With midterms coming, we have the GOP, trying for the umpteenth time to find something from the four killed in Benghazi to nail on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and maybe even impeach Obama. Ladies and gentlemen, I introduce to you, today’s GOP.
A word of thanks to a little grocery store in Oak Creek (Select Super)! Every year, the South Routt School District has an Elementary Field Day. It’s great fun for everyone who is involved. We have 10 to 13 stations where the students rotate through. We also have relay races to kick the day off.
On this Memorial Day, we shall drive up the hill to the cemetery and leave behind the noisy street, past the towering old pine and tender young aspen. Seeing their new green leaves, we know that summer awaits, but we pause for a moment of remembrance, a recognition of those buried here who have served in the military forces of our country.
When my wife and I bought property in Routt County a while ago, I thought, “Great, now we have some elbow room and maybe, if we are lucky, a retirement nest egg.” What I didn’t realize at the time was that we were taking on another major responsibility: weed control.
When my 94-year-old aunt, Edith Foster May, recently died, I inherited the family photos. While going through them, I unexpectedly came across photos taken of my uncle, Norman Foster.
The 2014 Community Spelling Bee Committee would like to thank all who made the 2014 Community Spelling Bee possible.
In regards to using plastic bags instead of reusable bags, I think it would be more effective to reward the use of reusable bags.
Aspen (Populus tremuloides) commonly are called trembling aspen, quakies or quaking aspen. The fluttering nature of the leaves is caused by the flattened leaf stems, which allow twisting back and forth in the wind.
Rita Valentine, a former council member, dedicated this park to the Anglers Drive area. It’s a beautiful 37- to 40-acre recreational area and dog park. There have been many suggestions throughout the years of changes that could be made. It always goes back to being appreciated as it is.
We would like to compliment the town of Hayden on its recent clean-up day and the resounding success that it brought to this community.