April 23, 2018 — As a board member for Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault, I am deeply passionate about ending the national epidemic of sexual assault by celebrating Colorado Denim Day. The origin of denim day can be read by visiting uwosh.edu/care/denim-day/history-of-denim-day and was conceived in 1998 when an Italian
April 23, 2018 — This year, April 17, marked a day each American dreads: Tax Day. In the weeks leading up to this day every year, Americans scramble to fill out complicated tax forms with the hope that some of their hard-earned money will be returned by the government.
April 22, 2018 — Parenting stress is the stress associated with being a parent. Parents are often juggling jobs, childcare, finances and household duties. Studies have shown that parents who report high parenting stress tend to be "authoritarian, harsh and negative in their reactions with their child," and the
April 21, 2018 — Steamboat Pilot & Today has been reporting for quite a few years about the school district's ongoing efforts to assimilate non-native speakers from primary grades to the high school into its classrooms. But we were surprised this week to learn that there are currently 278
April 21, 2018 — Colorado is booming, but its flagship paper is being hollowed out. Last week, the Denver Post laid off two dozen journalists, just the latest round of cuts demanded by its New York City-based owner. Its headcount has fallen from 250 to around 60 in the span of
April 20, 2018 — I had the pleasure of attending the Colorado State University continuing education program for veterinarians this past weekend in Fort Collins. I went with my husband, Ron, a small animal veterinarian. Two days were jam packed with current trends and research in veterinary medicine in addition to
April 20, 2018 — Everyone knows that monopolies are bad for prices and that competition is better for reducing rates. That is exactly why we need more options in our health insurance market. One way to do that is allowing all Coloradans to buy-in to Medicaid, otherwise known as
April 19, 2018 — April 20 marks the 19th anniversary of the school shooting at Columbine High School. Since my time as a student at Columbine, I have tried to develop as a leader working to serve our whole community with diligent evasion of anything that identified me with
April 19, 2018 — Hayden residents are likely familiar with the stately brick home surrounded by pastureland on Routt County Road 80, north of the railroad tracks. Since its construction in 1917, the Elmer House has become a distinctive and recognizable landmark, a status codified by the Board of
April 19, 2018 — On April 14, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper proclaimed Colorado Journalism Week in order to mark the vital role that local news publications fill in our communities. In the current digital age, where we are connected to news outlets from around the world by one punch
April 18, 2018 — I was writing yesterday and had the news on in the background when I heard that Barbara Bush had passed away. I’d heard the day before or so that she had declined going to the hospital and was going to stay home with her family;
April 18, 2018 — We have been coming to Steamboat from Australia with our family of 14 people for 14 years in a row and only spend two weeks a year here. The price of this new ticket is way too high as we do not need a pass
April 18, 2018 — For as many times we hear of the virtues and power of women’s leadership, we hear its perceived limitations double: “This district isn’t ready for a woman.” “She’s too young.” “What about her family?” The problem with this line of thinking isn’t just that it’s
April 18, 2018 — Old timers in Steamboat who remember Bill Hill, former leader of the Steamboat Chamber Resort Association and business professor at Colorado Mountain College, know that Bill would be so pleased to see the iconic Steamboat Barn being preserved. He worked tirelessly to find a way
April 18, 2018 — Colorado teachers put democracy into action on Monday. We held a direct action rally at the state capitol and lobbied our state representatives to adequately fund our public schools and to do what’s best for Colorado students. We both teach in Steamboat and went down
April 18, 2018 — This week the Colorado Press Association, along with the Colorado Broadcasters Association and the Colorado Media Alliance, is focusing on celebrating and honoring the hard work and dedication of Colorado journalists. Over the course of my career, the media, local and national, have been a
April 17, 2018 — It never ceases to amaze me the historical treasures that come through the doors of the Tread of Pioneers Museum on nearly a daily basis. Just this month, a document was given to the museum titled "John Warren Richardson's 'Camping in the Colorado Rockies (1898).'"
April 17, 2018 — In 2016, the Bureau of Land Management adopted a regulation requiring companies to control the amount of methane that leaks into the atmosphere as a result of oil and gas development. The rule replaced a 37-year-old regulation that didn’t reflect current technologies or best practices.
April 17, 2018 — We might want to consider retaining the PRC Rodeo, with respect to the Howelsen redevelopment discussion, if we wish to retain our core identity and past as a cowboy ski town. The iconic event has only recently considered eliminating Steamboat from the circuit. Lest we
April 17, 2018 — The GOP-run Department of Health and Human Services is trying to bypass the health care rules Americans fought so hard to establish by expanding a niche type of health insurance. This would adversely affect cancer patients and their families like mine. Most families have a