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rhys jones and Scott Wedel - The anonymous comment was allowed because of a glitch in the new site. We should have it fixed.
Assistant Editor Nicole Miller, nmiller@SteamboatToday.com
The Environmental Protection Agency says it is OK to dispose of alkaline batteries (AA, AAA, C, D and 9V) in the trash because they don't contain mercury and because cost-effective recycling programs for the batteries don't exist. The EPA stressed that alkaline are the only type of battery that should be thrown away.
Tyler, the city has not identified a site for the fire department under the current plan.
I've updated the story for clarity.
I found two polls this year that garnered more than 800 votes. They are:
January 2012: "Do you support the legalization of marijuana?" with 883 votes.
February 2012: "Do you agree with the decision to raise Steamboat Ski Area lift ticket prices midseason?" with 895 votes.
Our polls typically get closer to 500 votes, depending on the interest in the question.
Your credit is between the photo and the caption, Gabriel. Thanks for sharing!
Nicole Miller, assistant editor
Steamboat Pilot & Today
twither, that information came straight from Ski Corp.: http://my.steamboat.com/events/32nd-cardboard-classic
stigler, I've added a map to the story. The dark green shows the wilderness area, which they were outside of. They were in the Chedsey Creek drainage, but the slide began below tree line.
yampavalleyboy, my name is Nicole Miller. I'm the assistant editor.
Nicole Inglis is our entertainment reporter, and I think she and many of our readers would disagree with you that her beat is unimportant.
Scott, I don't agree with you. I think the damage was widespread. I changed the headline to match what was printed on the front of today's paper to make the story easier to find for readers.
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