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Jane Dougherty: Wear Orange to end gun violence

Gun violence can happen to anyone. That is why I will be participating in the Wear Orange campaign.

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Bill and Kathy Cox: Applause for Mr. Knapp

"In a community that focuses on sports involvement, important as well, we wish to acknowledge one teacher who has shaped the landscape of music education for our youth in Steamboat Springs for approximately 11 years — James Knapp." — Bill and Kathy Cox

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Sheri and Ben Steiner: Steamboat'ers are awesome

"How we love Steamboat! We’ve lived here for 40 years, and people never cease to amaze us." — Sheri and Ben Steiner

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First Impressions Council: Support free full-day kindergarten

"It takes a village to raise a child and having access to full-day kindergarten gives all children a chance to start school ready for lifelong success." — First Impressions Council

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Tom Sullivan: Wear orange June 2

z'June 2 is National Gun Violence Awareness day, and on that day, I will wear orange in remembrance of my son Alex Sullivan, who was murdered celebrating his 27th birthday in the Aurora theater massacre on July 20, 2012." — Tom Sullivan

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Dennis Brust: Government control of health care

Liberals want the government to control health care, and they want to keep the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. Conservatives want to repeal it and create a better plan.

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Paula Salky: A day to remember

"Memorial Day is the day where we can set aside our political differences and stand together to remember." — Paula Salky

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Ana Lash: Thank you from Hayden Library

"Hayden Public Library would like to thank everyone who participated in our recent survey." — Ana Lash

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Kelly Ann Parkinson: Life-saving response

"I feel like my life was saved and that my daughter has her mother only because of the care that I received." — Kelly Ann Parkinson

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Joy Carlson: Tribute to the people of South Routt

"That village is the South Routt community — made up of ordinary people who cared enough to do something — even at personal sacrifice." — Joy Carlson

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Bill and Andrea Hayden: Thanks for making Hayden shine

We want to personally thank the following organizations and persons, for without their help, the Hayden Clean-Up Day and Spring Fling could not have happened.

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Brodie Farquhar: Wolves, humans can coexist

Generally, wolves can help create a healthier, more diverse habitat, without wreaking carnage on livestock flocks and herds.

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Bill French: Dispensary asks council to make "Natural Choice"

Our proposed storefront location has created controversy far beyond what we ever thought imaginable. Natural Choice is a small, family run business that is owned and operated by community-minded people who love Steamboat Springs.

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Mary Ellen Denomy: Tax money should not support CMC Foundation

"Seeing that CMC is facing financial restrictions, funding the Foundation through taxpayer and tuition dollars is not in the best interest of CMC students and our communities." — Mary Ellen Denomy, CMC board trustee

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Jaelin Kauf: Thank you, Steamboat

"Steamboat Springs has given me so many opportunities and opened doors for me that I would never have had anywhere else." — Jaelin Kauf