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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...






Cody Perry: A message to Secretary Bernhardt

August 20, 2019

Last year Steamboat Springs greeted former U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke with a strong and unified voice. Not long after that, Zinke resigned in disgrace. We recognize that his replacement David Bernhardt is even more...


Honey Stinger: Thank you to Steamboat community

August 20, 2019

The Steamboat Stinger and Honey Stinger staff would like to express our tremendous appreciation to the Steamboat Springs community following the ninth annual Steamboat Stinger the weekend of Aug. 10 and 11. Nearly 1,000 athletes from Colorado and beyond took to the trails...


John Spezia: Endangered Species Act is under seige

August 19, 2019

Since 2017 there has been an attack on the protection of our land, water, air and environment that is slowly putting the health of our families, children, communities, rivers, public lands and our country as...


Brian Kotowski: Recalls are not ‘dangerous’

August 14, 2019

The year 2011 is the most recent year for which I could find any comprehensive data for my online query. In 2011 there were 168 recalls nationwide, held in 17 states and 78 different jurisdictions....


Linda Delaney: Recall or data mining?

August 13, 2019

Jared Polis was elected governor of Colorado by a solid majority of the voters — 53.4% to 42.85% — so crying foul with a recall petition less than six months after Gov. Polis took office...


Loren Wood: ‘Shine on’ shines on

August 13, 2019

Tommy and Lorrie Harden, of Lost Hollow, and Greg Peterson have created musical magic with their tribute song to Sancy Shaw. Only a great song would be fitting to honor a great lady like Sancy Shaw,...