The past decade has seen the U.S. Nordic Ski Team’s greatest success. That is in no small part due to Johnny Spillane’s leadership and commitment to excellence.
Incredibly, the Democrat-controlled U.S. Senate, led by Harry Reid, rejected any new anti-gun legislation. It apparently recognized that more laws that only place a burden on the law-abiding do not decrease violence.
Some adults will host parties where alcohol is provided because they think they can better protect teens in supervised situations. However, these beliefs and misperceptions are not supported by research.
Having lived in Steamboat for 34 years, we knew what a special place it is, but we are overwhelmed with the support and love that has poured out for our family.
Regarding the April 16 Steamboat Today article “Choir earns ‘superior’ rating at competition,” I had the pleasure of accompanying the group (on piano) for the event in Craig on Monday.
U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team athlete and Steamboat Springs resident Johnny Spillane announced his retirement Wednesday in a letter thanking the community for its support
Vaccinating children on time is the best way to protect them against 14 serious and potentially deadly diseases before their second birthdays.
Can we separate the perpetrator(s) of this evil deed from the weapons involved? Or will we be treated to another spectacle of lawmakers tripping over each other in their rush to ban something inanimate?
In the wake of the Boston tragedy, I would hope that our present elected officials are willing to fall all over one another to be the first to pass some meaningful, feel-good legislation to ban improvised explosive devices so as to keep them out of the hands of criminals. As I perceive it, present laws are obviously being circumvented.
The Yampa Valley Community Foundation would like to congratulate Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. on 50 outstanding years of operation and, more importantly, thank them for their exceptional philanthropic efforts supporting our community. With a multitude of celebrations and events every year, we often lose sight that Ski Corp. is one of the greatest philanthropists in the Yampa Valley.
Regarding recent articles and letters to the editor concerning Colorado gun legislation, I’d like to address critical inaccuracies and misrepresentations.
I think it is time to reconsider term limits for some elected officials, particularly our congressional representatives.
On the morning of Jan. 26, I was involved in a car accident that easily could have taken my life. I have many people to thank from that day, though I’m unable to recall names.
This is my quote on the difference between the U.S. and Canada: “Americans consider health care a privilege and gun ownership a right while Canadians consider health care a right and gun ownership a privilege.”
Conspicuously absent from this conversation are Diane Mitsch Bush and the three chiefs of police in Routt County.