Lisa Schlichtman


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Lisa Schlichtman is the editor of the Steamboat Pilot & Today. She joined the newspaper team in July 2013. Lisa has more than 20 years of journalism experience, serving as a newspaper reporter, editor, owner and publisher of newspapers and magazines in Cassville and Monett in Southwest Missouri. She is a native of St. Louis, Mo., and a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism. Lisa and her husband, Mike, have two sons, Nicholas, who lives in Scottsdale, Ariz., and Ryan, who lives in Denver. The Schlichtmans have been vacationing in Colorado since 1985 and are thrilled to be full-time Steamboat Springs residents. When Lisa is not at the newspaper, she enjoys running, hiking, skiing, reading, meeting new people and discovering all Steamboat Springs has to offer.

Recent Stories

From the editor: The community’s newspaper celebrates 25 years

From its inception, Steamboat Today has been the community’s newspaper. The free daily was launched quickly with a small staff, and throughout the past 25 years, it has grown to become Routt County’s trusted source for news and information as well as serving as a catalyst for business growth through advertising.

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Routt County Fair marks 100th anniversary

It takes an act of God, or in Routt County, the annual fair, to entice local ranchers out of the hayfields and off the ranch for several days in August. For the past century, the Routt County Fair has been the one event that brings together ranch families and others from all corners of the county — Yampa, Hahn’s Peak, Pleasant Valley, Oak Creek and Clark — to congregate, compete and camp at the historic fairgrounds in Hayden.

Routt County Fair gets started, celebrates 100 years

The 100th rendition of the Routt County Fair begins Friday night at the fairgrounds in Hayden and lasts for a full week with several new events planned that pay tribute to the fair’s century-long history.

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Locals 2014: Molly Hayes

If you peeked into the window of Mambo Italiano at lunchtime May 29, you would have seen 100 fifth-grade students filling the tables — the boys in collared shirts and ties, and the girls wearing their best skirts and dresses. Sitting with backs straight, napkins in their laps and passing the salt and pepper to the right, they were practicing table manners they’d learned in the classroom from a woman they affectionately call Miss Molly Manners.

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Exploring Steamboat: Horses, mountains and opera

Keri Rusthoi always thought horses, mountains and opera went together, so in 2001, she set out to create that unlikely combination by hosting a summer opera production of “The Magic Flute” in Steamboat Springs. The events of Sept. 11, 2001, postponed the performance, but it eventually took place the following summer, marking the beginning of the Emerald City Opera, now in its 12th year.

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Exploring Steamboat: A peaceful paradise right in town

The Yampa River Botanic Park awaits exploration and is described best as peaceful and serene.

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Rotary announces plans to build pavilion along Core Trail in Steamboat

The Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs has launched a campaign to build a Peace Pavilion at Rotary River Park along the Yampa River Core Trail.

Exploring Steamboat: A place where creative work gets done

With a rich 101-year history, Perry-Mansfield is a gem somewhat hidden from the general public, but to the dance and theatre world, it’s a life-changing, iconic destination where young students from across the country gather each summer to immerse themselves in the pursuit of creating art and learn from on-site faculty who are among the very best in their professions.

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Grant jump-starts local activities to commemorate Wilderness Act's 50th anniversary

Friends of Wilderness was one of only 20 organizations across the country to receive one of the $5,000 grants, which were established by the National Wilderness Stewardship Alliance to commemorate the Wilderness Act’s half-century mark.

Steamboat Pilot & Today launches 2014 reader survey

The Steamboat Pilot & Today is launching its 2014 reader survey Wednesday, and everyone who completes the survey will be entered to win three great prizes.

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Eddie Baran fished in the water next to Oak Creek's Decker Park Monday after the Labor Day parade. On Sunday, Eddie won the "First Fish" award in the Kids Fishing Derby. His fishing buddies for the day were Gabe Baran and Shaden Ebaugh.

Ava Johnson, Graci Johnson and Grace Dukesherer rode on the Historical Society of Oak Creek and Phippsburg's float Monday during the annual Labor Day parade. This year's event had a railroad theme and hundreds turned out to watch the procession make its way down Oak Creek's Main Street. The town's Labor Day festival spanned three days and included a large number of activities, from horseshoe tournaments to an art show.

Oak Creek police officer Bobby Rauch and his young sidekick, Jace Wisecup, cycled down Main Street as part of Monday's Labor Day parade.

Chloe and Emerson Beers, who were visiting from Fort Collins, had the opportunity to dress up and participate in Monday's Labor Day parade in Oak Creek with their "Nana" Mary Kay Graver, of Stagecoach. Chloe and Emerson's dad, Brendan Beers, won the 5K "No Fun" run, which took place before the start of the parade.

Members of the Soroco FFA Chapter rode horseback and walked on foot down Main Street during Oak Creek's Labor Day parade Monday.

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