Guy Lothian always ends his annual ski trip to Steamboat Springs with a paean to our mountain.
Common sense dictates that these two police forces (county and city) would benefit from working more closely together and saving everyone money as well.
As the new chair of the Yampa-White-Green Rivers Basin Round Table, I’m writing today to give an update on some of the water issues being addressed both in Northwest Colorado and throughout the state.
On behalf of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, I want to thank our entire community for a fantastic 103rd Winter Carnival. Once again, our army of community supporters and volunteers came together to pull off one of the most unique celebrations anywhere in the world.
I read with great dismay the article in the Friday’s Steamboat Today that the Winter Carnival sculptures were discontinued this year, which sounds as a lack of interest on the students’ part.
I ask for your indulgence as I foray into the first person. I have previously expressed my displeasure with an interim city manager appointing a permanent chief of police. Though still not endorsing the process, the outcome could not have been better. The city of Steamboat Springs is extremely fortunate to have a man of Cory Christensen’s expertise, experience and most of all character as our chief of police. Our fair city will be a better place with his leadership.
Thanks to Wednesday’s issue of Steamboat Today and Audrey Dwyer for shedding further light on this important financial support for arts and education in our community.
On behalf of the Rx Task Force, we want to thank you for reporting on the growing opiate addiction issue in our valley. Your article provided a necessary community snapshot of this rising national epidemic.
As board members of Partners in Routt County, we want to thank the community for 20 years of supporting our mentoring programs. Community-based mentoring between adult volunteers and at-risk youth, along with our school-based mentoring led by a committed staff, have served thousands of young people across the valley.
Our most sincere gratitude goes out to the South Routt community for pulling together and donating 297 books for our local schools.
We have had quite a bit of snow this winter so far — more than we have had here in recent years.
Each year at this time, the nation turns its attention to the issue of crisis pregnancy and choice, as we mark the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in 1973 to legalize abortion in the United States.
American peace officers are currently under attack. The mainstream media, which rely on hot topic stories that often incite emotional responses that help bolster their polls, along with ill-informed, ignorant politicians looking to support a sensitive topic for political gain, bear a lot of responsibility for this horrific situation.
The board of the Friends of the Yampa is pleased to announce its new officers for 2016. Friends of the Yampa is the preeminent river advocacy group located in Steamboat Springs and dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the recreational and environmental integrity of the Yampa River and its tributaries through stewardship, advocacy, education and partnerships. Charlie Preston-Townsend has been elected president for 2016, with Eugene Buchanan as vice president. Kent Vertrees will fill the role of secretary, while Greg Henion will continue as the board’s treasurer.
A pair of community snow drawings has once again taken the Yampa Valley landscape during the past two weeks — first a rendition of the historic Yampa River flow on Lake Catamount, then a mirage of across a winter wheat field next to the Hayden airport.