Scott Franz is a reporter and photographer for the Steamboat Pilot & Today. He earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He interned as a reporter at the Boulder Daily Camera and as a photographer at Rich Clarkson and Associates in Denver.
Scott grew up in Austin, Texas, and plans to enjoy all of the outdoor activities Steamboat has to offer … and all of the days that don’t reach 100 degrees.
In April, Dave Entwistle questioned how the campus would raise $260,000 in time to ensure it could continue its secondary school classes next school year. Today, he can't wait to tell the story of how it happened.
After hearing from community members who strongly supported and opposed the project, the City Council voted, 4-2, to deny the Williams Family Partnership's appeal to rezone land near Copper Ridge Circle to allow the mobile home park.
In a meeting where nearly every seat in Centennial Hall was taken by a community member eager to weigh in on the future of the tax, the council was torn about the lodging tax committee's recommendation to devote 90 percent of the tax to the Trails Alliance for the next decade.
Steamboat Springs High School Principal Kevin Taulman said Shelby DeWolfe is proof today's high school counselor does much more than ask students which college they want to attend and help pick out classes.
If the change is approved by voters, the School Board would have its first at-large seats up for election in 2015.
After rigorous vetting process, Steamboat Springs City Council prepares to decide fate of lodging tax
As they look back at all of the proposals that were passed over that ranged from the revitaliztion of Yampa Street to the expansion of recreational facilities at Howelsen Hill, some council members are more willing than others to sign off on the lodging tax committee's recommendation.
City officials are hoping community members who already flock to the park to hike, bike or horseback ride will share their thoughts on how the park should be developed in the future.
The graduating seniors plan to study psychology, mechanical engineering, gunsmithing, pediatric nursing, dental hygiene and environmental science, among many other topics.
It'll probably take another couple of weeks for me to get all of the sand out of my car and the focus ring on my camera. By then, I already may be on my way back to the dunes.
Until February, a new fire station was included in all of the city's multiple proposals to relocate its emergency services out of the existing headquarters on Yampa Street.