Lee Cox

Lee Cox 1 month, 4 weeks ago on Hayden hotel developers want discounted tap fees

Grammar Police! Can you find the error?: "The town had offered about $330,000 in tax rebates over a four-year period. But the developers also believed their was a tap fee discount. After reviewing the 2013 incentive agreement, the town has determined that the town did not offer a discount on tap fees estimated to be $234,696."


Lee Cox 2 months, 1 week ago on Meet Routt County's state wrestlers

Too bad the print version of this article left out Schuyler Carlson, and there wasn't a printed correction either. Copy Editors????????


Lee Cox 2 months, 1 week ago on Our view: Living with moose

I believe that it is up to ski area personnel to protect the moose from "stupid" people. Live and let live, and try to avoid traumatizing the moose by trying to move them.


Lee Cox 2 months, 2 weeks ago on Steamboat arrest sheds light on prescription drug epidemic

"The woman told police she knew her boyfriend and Kavovit were friends, but she did not no Kavovit was selling him drugs, according to the affidavit."

The copy editors were asleep for this one.


Lee Cox 2 months, 3 weeks ago on Moose could get the boot from Steamboat Ski Area

Why go through all that hardship to "save" the moose? They should have every right to be where they want to be. It is the responsibility of us people to just leave them alone. If people are going to do stupid things like try to take a "selfie" with them, then the people should be punished, not the poor moose.

Just assign a patrolman (or woman), to track the moose during the day and keep the "nosy nellies" away. They do the same thing in the spring if bears wake up early.

There is no need to "harass" the moose. Live and let live.


Lee Cox 3 months, 1 week ago on More than 50 new students join Steamboat Springs School District following winter break

"Students moving here over the break" has NOTHING to do with birth rates at ANY time.

The 36 students who have left did not necessarily do so during the break, only during the interval between the October count and now.