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Cresean Sterne 1 month, 1 week ago on Businesses cash in on cannabis in Steamboat Springs

Dont forget about the first store that opened in Stmbt in 1993.. Go Ask Allice (Steambat Smoke Shop) on 9th St. Also has a large selection of affordable smoking supplies from pipes, bongs, vaporizers and some cool old school items like proto pipes, incredibowls, graffix bongs and an eclectic array of novelties, peircings, stickes, posters, cigars, pipe tobacco, some adult entertainment and yes a large selection of inncense.

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Cresean Sterne 1 month, 1 week ago on Nick Rowse: Annual visitor

LOL... Lets not forge that the mystery turd made The Tonight Show with Jay Leno..

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Cresean Sterne 1 month, 1 week ago on Nick Rowse: Annual visitor

Mark., my misplaced words have forced me to say that you are correct and that it is a space for the public to express to the public an opinion, idea or story if the pilot deems it fit to be printed. As much as I respect Mr Rowes right to his opinion and am certainly not trying to attack him or you in any way, I just dont see why the pilot deemed it neccessary to publish something that obviously will never happen when Stmbt has real pressing issues in front of it. This cant have been the only letter submitted out of 12,000 people.

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Cresean Sterne 1 month, 1 week ago on Nick Rowse: Annual visitor

Its amazing how many second homes are owned by the front rangers. When I was shuttle driving, the amount of Boulderites that have a second home here suprised me. They like Stmbt because of its off the beaten path location, down home feel and a less crowded getaway for them. """Steamboulder '''' just about sums it up. .. By the way.. (like some may think), this paper is doing no one in the community any favors by waisting public space like this... C'mon man, this is a total joke of a complaint.

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Cresean Sterne 1 month, 1 week ago on Nick Rowse: Annual visitor

This is laughable. What a way to enjoy my coffee this morning.You do realize Nick that Steamboat puts on light shows during the same time every year just like every other ski town does and yet you are at a home near the ski area during a major holiday. I have dogs to, and understand how loud noises can startle them but you choose to be here during this time and now are trying to ruin long time traditions for the entire community and its visitors because of ??????? (I cant believe I am actualy reading this) Whats even funnier is that the pilot actualy gave you a space to write ths nonsense.. Sorry but thats my opinion.

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Cresean Sterne 1 month, 2 weeks ago on The Record for Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015

George,.. You are not far off on what some Advocates in Boulder have been trying to do. Requireing the testing of DNA in dog poo samples would allow them to be able to determine the dog it came from and who the owner is.. Sounds crazy but remember that Boulder is 500 square miles surounded by reality.... Check it out.. http://www.dailycamera.com/news/boulder/ci_25435417/could-fecal-dna-database-solve-boulders-dog-waste

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Cresean Sterne 1 month, 2 weeks ago on Karen Vail: To area dog owners

Yes..Good stuff..The movie was called Envy. The product was vapoorize. Ben Stiller and Black Jack..

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Cresean Sterne 1 month, 2 weeks ago on Our view: Who's afraid of the big bad bear?

Boulder made it work............ They did it in stages ........ . Boulder Council Approves Bear-Proof Trash Can Ordinance BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4)- Despite some protest from residents over the increased cost, the Boulder City Council voted unanimously Wednesday in favor of bear-proof trash cans for some neighborhoods.

The neighborhoods west of Broadway will be required to have bear-proof 5trash cans. That includes about 12,000 residents.

Bears often stroll down from the mountains and foothills looking for easy food sources in town and that includes trash.

City council members said it’s a move to protect both bears and humans.

“I think part of it is establishing in the community that it really was a problem, that bears eating trash in our community was a problem that needed to be addressed,” said Boulder Public Works Val Matheson.

The proposal includes bear-proof trash cans for some neighborhoods in Boulder, those west of Broadway. Those who ignore the rules would face stiff fines.

The city has been discussing bear-proof trash cans for more than a decade. Bears learn early on that trash containers are a good source for food. Once they’ve learned that it’s nearly impossible to break them of the habit.

The community agreed after four bears were killed last summer.

“I think is making a huge difference in decreased accessibility of trash which is their primary food source when they come into town and I think it will make a really big difference,” said Matheson........ ... Boulder city officials said at least 16 bears call the city limits their home. They hope the new trash cans will get the bears to push on somewhere else for their free meals.

Those specialized trash cans are designed to keep bears out. They can run $150-$260 a piece or rent for about $3 to $5 a month... ... (IMO.. $3 to $5 a month extra is a cost the city should most definatly look in to)...... ... ... (Again... Why are we unitentionaly teasing bears.??? We cant have a Non bear proof can just feet from a bear proof can.. Or a non bear proof recycling can next to a bear proof can. They are like this all over town... Who's bright idea was that.)??

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Cresean Sterne 1 month, 3 weeks ago on Karen Vail: To area dog owners

Allen, you should probably re~read the first 5 words of Erich Fergusons's  comments above and of course its the responsibility of the owner to pick up after their pet or they shouldnt have the right to own one. More growth = more irresponsible people = more need to educate and fine dog owners who think its acceptable to do this on public property that belongs to everyone.

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