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.
Honey Stinger's Jennifer Shea was tapped as one of SportsOneSource’s annual listing of 40 under 40 award winners.
Christine Carlberg, of Hayden, was killed Sunday night in a one-vehicle rollover crash on U.S. Highway 40.
Steamboat Pilot & Today won the General Excellence Award as the best overall newspaper in its circulation class at the 2015 Colorado Press Association Better Newspaper Awards, which were held Saturday during CPA’s annual convention at the Sheraton Denver West Hotel.
A Rifle woman was killed in a one-vehicle rollover crash on U.S. Highway 40 approximately 4 miles west of Hayden at 12:40 a.m. Thursday.
Newspaper launches new events calendar online, in print
To help readers discover all Steamboat has to offer when it comes to entertainment, art, music, film, meetings, educational lectures and the performing arts, we are launching a new online calendar and Happenings events listing.
Updated version offers enhanced user experience
The Steamboat Today has launched a new app that offers readers an enhanced experience when searching for local news on their smartphones or tablets.
Access to addiction treatment is a challenge in Northwest Colorado
A key piece to the puzzle of addiction lies in access to treatment and recovery — a resource that local experts say is limited in Northwest Colorado.
For Steamboat Springs native Laura*, an addiction to prescription pills began with a snowboarding injury at 16.
“No one thinks they’re going to become a heroin user.”
Watching Amanda* interact with her young son, it’s hard to believe that a year and four months ago she was a hardcore heroin user.
Steamboat Springs community begins to address national issue of opiate addiction
“This community has 100 percent been affected; I see it on a daily basis — the abuse of alcohol and drugs,” Dr. Davis Wilkinson, a Steamboat Springs medical provider, said. “It’s here, and the problem isn’t going to go away, and we don’t have a lot of time.