Prostitution arrest, unauthorized discounts for pilots and barn lawsuit pique readers’ interest
Other stories that readers clicked on the most this week included the jail report, a letter from the Steamboat Springs School Board president and fundraising efforts for a companion for Boomer the drug-sniffing dog.
1. $1M bond set for man charged with sex, drug, prostitution crimes, Nov. 30, 7,753 pageviews
2. Accused Steamboat man previously arrested for engaging in prostitution, Dec. 1, 2,941 pageviews
3. City of Steamboat Springs files lawsuit against developer, property owner over neglect of historic barn, Dec. 5, 1,103 pageviews
4. Private donors step up to fund a second drug-sniffing dog to cut down on heroin in Routt County, Dec. 5, 886 pageviews
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The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.
5. Pilots received thousands of dollars worth of unauthorized discounts at Steamboat Springs Airport, Dec. 1, 793 pageviews
6. Former Steamboat teacher pleads not guilty, Nov. 30, 783 pageviews
7. S’No time to wait for snow, Dec. 3, 766 pageviews
8. Overdoses, rumors prompt police response, Dec. 2, 645 pageviews
9. Jail report for Nov. 26 to Dec. 2, 2016, Dec. 3, 611 pageviews
10. Margaret Huron: Change is needed, Dec. 4, 546 pageviews
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