Jack Weinstein

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Email: jweinstein@SteamboatToday.com Call: 970-871-4203

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Jack Weinstein joined the Pilot & Today in May 2009 as the newspaper's education reporter. Before that, Jack worked for more than two years at The Olathe (Kan.) News, the last six months as news editor after more than a year and a half as a reporter covering city and county government and crime.

The Overland Park, Kan., native earned bachelor's degrees in English and journalism from the University of Kansas, where he worked for the student newspaper, The University Daily Kansan. Jack enjoys road biking in the summer and snowboarding in the winter.

Recent Stories

Task force discussing Steamboat fire, emergency services

This time, the Steamboat Springs City Council and rural Steamboat Springs Area Fire Protection District board of directors are taking a different approach to evaluating fire-related issues.

Steamboat sales tax revenue decline in January improves

The decline in Steamboat Springs sales tax figures for January shrank by nearly half, according to a final report the city released Thursday evening.

Friends of the Chief to present update to Steamboat City Council

The Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday will hear an update about the plan to transform Chief Plaza Theater into a single-stage performing arts center.

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Proposal would add bike racks in downtown Steamboat Springs

In an effort to continue to the Bike Town USA push, Mainstreet Steamboat Springs Manager Tracy Barnett has an idea to add more bike racks downtown for two-wheeled commuters.

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Stories event to feature 3 Steamboat speakers

Although the Stories event Friday night at the Steamboat Springs Community Center is hosted by the Steamboat Christian Center Women’s Ministry, coordinator Michele Dudas said it’s geared toward all local ladies.

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Steamboat resident seeks 3rd Congressional District seat

Gaylon Kent fulfills lifelong dream in pursuit of office

Gaylon Kent, a Steamboat Springs resident, hopes to secure the Libertarian Party of Colorado nomination that would allow him to run for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District.

Steamboat resident questions CMC project

John Fielding asks City Council to reconsider campus secondary access

A neighbor of Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus is worried that the approved secondary access required with the construction of the new classroom and administration building will waste taxpayer dollars.

Steamboat Springs City Council to consider airport items

Projects part of master plan and will improve safety

City Council members will consider whether to approve a resolution to use grant funding to relocate a portion of Routt County Road 44 and will consider a first reading of an ordinance to buy land near the airport.

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Steamboat plans for improvements to Yampa Street

Although city officials, community leaders and Yampa business owners may not be sure what the street eventually will become, one thing they agree on is that Steamboat Springs needs a plan.

Steamboat, Hayden lose out on creative district designation

Steamboat Springs and Hayden are not among the latest Colorado communities to have officially designated creative districts.

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Aspen Skiing Co. Director of Sustainability Auden Schendler, right, talks with Bear River Bar & Grill Manager Julian Bristow after his presentation, “Great Hope, Great Fear: Climate Change and Meaning,” during the Yampa Valley Sustainability Council’s Talking Green Lecture on Tuesday night at the Bear River. Schendler signed copies of his book, “Getting Green Done: Hard Truths From the Front Line of the Sustainability Revolution,” after the event.

Quicksilver General Manager Derek Cullen hands change Monday afternoon to Hoku Parker, of Steamboat Springs, after she bought a beanie at the store. Quicksilver was one of several businesses that opened Christmas Day and reported strong holiday sales.

The dining room at the Steamboat Springs Community Center was full for most of the afternoon during the 20th annual Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors Community Christmas Dinner. Organizers expected to serve up to 600 people.

Realtor Tim McCarthy serves Steamboat resident Judy Tudor during the 20th annual Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors Community Christmas Dinner. Tudor attended the dinner with her boyfriend, Hawkin Ludlum, standing to her left, and his family.

Remember when Old Town Hot Springs was just a pool? This photo, circa the late 1930s, is courtesy of the Tread of Pioneers Museum.

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