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Luke Graham is the editor for the Pilot & Today. He has worked for the paper since July 2006.

Luke has a Bachelor of Science in journalism from the University of Colorado. He has worked at the Craig Daily Press, the Boulder Daily Camera and the Longmont Daily Times-Call.

Luke is from Leadville. He enjoys golf, fishing and reading.

Recent Stories

African drum and dance classes coming to Steamboat

African drum and dance return to Steamboat with a trio of classes Wednesday and Thursday.

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Serving Steamboat: Female bartenders of the 'Boat

Bartenders serve patrons. Patrons have fun, sometimes too much fun. It’s a unique relationship. It’s part friendship and part therapy.

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Steamboat to host Amnesty International fundraiser

Jamnesty, a benefit for Amnesty International, returns to Old Town Pub on Friday.

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A guide to get through mud season

Mud season produces different emotions. But just because town is dead doesn't mean there aren't things to do.

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USSA cuts funding for Nordic combined

The USSA announced on Monday that it would cut its funding for the U.S. Nordic combined team.

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Strings Music Festival tickets to go on sale Wednesday

Tickets for the 27th annual Strings Music Festival go on sale to the public Wednesday.

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Yampa Valley Singers perform Friday and Saturday

The Yampa Valley Singers will perform its annual spring concert on Friday and Saturday.

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Groovetrotters to play another 2 shows in Steamboat

The Groovetrotters, back by popular demand, play Carl's on Friday and open the Bud Light Concert Series on Sunday.

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Steamboat Ski Area wraps up season with Closing Day celebrations

The Steamboat Ski Area will wrap up another season this weekend, full of events and live music.

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North Routt Chili Cookoff returns

The North Routt Chili Cookoff returns on Sunday.

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Recent photos

Eric Rabesa competes in the 2013 Steamboat Springs Pentathlon at Howelsen Hill. The event, in its 23rd year in 2014, remains a popular event for Steamboat athletes, but expansion long has been part of the plan for organizers.

Artist Sheri Johnson Worth will show her paintings, which draw on inspiration from her trips to the Grand Canyon, at this month's First Friday Artwalk at the Depot Art Center.

Hannah Kearney talks with coach Garth Hager last month in Steamboat. Kearney is looking to become the first freestyle skier to ever win two gold medals.

Kimberly Doty and Penelope Freedman are helping to put together a benefit for the Philippines on Thursday at the Ghost Ranch. The event begins at 8 p.m. and costs $5 with all proceeds benefiting UNICEF.

Kendall Yeager, from left, Katy Thiel, Dervla Lacy and Jan Willman are helping put on the inaugural Art & Soul of Hospice show as part of the First Friday Artwalk. The event begins at 5 p.m. Friday and benefits the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association's Hospice and Palliative care program.

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