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Thank you City Market for your ongoing support

September 23, 2019

We would like to extend a hearty “thank you” to City Market and its patrons. Over the summer, we received a check for over $3,000 as a result of City Market increasing the amount of...

Letter: It takes a village

September 23, 2019

The 443 Nonprofit Center at the corner of Fifth and Oak streets recently received a donated roof from Berlet Roofing. Luke Berlet, owner, believes in giving back to the community, and this is just one generous...

Ken Collins: Trump ‘says’ a lot of things

September 23, 2019

He says he didn’t talk extortion to Ukraine about Biden business. He says his holding back of Ukrainian military aid to defend it from Putin is a coincidence. He says he didn’t payoff a porn...

Letter: Milner objects to tiny homes project

September 22, 2019

Regarding Steamboat Pilot & Today’s article on the tiny homes, numerous residents of Milner vehemently object to this project based on risks to our water supply and unfair concessions given. At each step of the process,...

Brodie Farquhar: We can do better

September 17, 2019

Gazing into my somewhat hazy crystal ball, I can safely predict that over the next year or so, we’re gonna hear a lot about health care, Medicare-for-all and the, shudder, horrors of socialism. That’s because...

Thank you, UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center

September 12, 2019

To all of the nurses, doctors, X-ray technicians, support staff and anyone else involved in my care at UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center — you have all been absolutely wonderful! My soul has been eased...

Celebrate National Assisted Living Week at The Haven

September 12, 2019

When you first walk into The Haven, you cannot help but be struck by its charm: the smiling and personable staff, residents playing cards in the dining area, home-cooked meals three times a day, the...

Wedel: School bond projects not supported by demographics

September 12, 2019

The school bond projects are not supported by the demographic projections. Steamboat school district K-5 enrollment peaked at 1165 students in 2015 and has declined by 95 to 1070 students for fall 2019. K-5 enrollment...

Margaret Huron: Past, present and future enrollment numbers

September 5, 2019

The Steamboat Springs School District has employed three different professional demographers over the past five years to assist with its master plan for schools. Similar to meteorologists for weather forecasting, these professionals use various methods and...

Ken Benesh: ‘Thank you’ from the SBT GRVL team

August 27, 2019

Dear Routt County residents, Thank you. On behalf of our SBT GRVL team, from the bottom of our hearts, thank you for helping us put on an amazing event. We heard from participants over and...