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Our View: Kudos to the council

November 19, 2019

Rather than waiting to take action until bear season rolls around again in Steamboat Springs, City Council took the first steps to revamp the city’s trash ordinances with a focused eye toward preventing bears from...


Letter: Thank you for making Veterans Day a success

November 19, 2019

Members of American Legion Leo Hill Post #44 and VFW Post #4264 would like to thank the community and the local veterans for their support of this year’s Veterans Day. For 100 years Veterans Day...


Andrew Heppelmann: The fix was in

November 19, 2019

Last month, the Steamboat Pilot & Today ran an article about the controversy of a Steamboat Springs High School class reading Ginsberg’s poem, “Howl.” As the article stated, the poem contains “lewd language and graphic...


Monday Medical: Conquering the CPAP machine

November 18, 2019

If you’re one of the 22 million Americans suffering from sleep apnea, you may know what to do to treat it — but you may struggle following through. Standard treatment for sleep apnea is to...




Ken Collins: Where are today’s GOP Congresspeople?

November 15, 2019

A short list we always heard concerning conservatives and the GOP: 1. Fiscally responsible2. Respect the Constitution3. Believe in the “rule of law”4. Keep government out of our daily lives5. Believe in the right to vote6....


Dana Conners: The Epoch Times is non-biased newspaper

November 15, 2019

Thank you Del Lockhart for telling it like it is. I’ve also about given up on the Steamboat Pilot & Today due to their constant biased choice of reprinting opinionated articles that bare little factual truth....


Cindy Turner: Special events policy necessary

November 15, 2019

I greatly appreciate the policy/effort to “limit” the number and size of special events held in Steamboat, especially on holidays that already make our little town too congested and vastly unpleasant for residents and visitors....



Del Lockhart: Who’s politically biased?

November 13, 2019

How thoughtful it was for you to warn us of the “controversial fake news” newspaper, The Epoch Times. I presume it must be “controversial” and “fake” because it doesn’t conform to your narrative? Is it...


Joe Haines: Thank you Gerber Berend

November 13, 2019

We would like to extend a hearty “thank you” to the team at Gerber Berend Design and Build for their partnership and generosity in remodeling the Bunkhouse at Yampatika’s Environmental Center at Legacy Ranch. Yampatika...


Community Agriculture Alliance: Count your blessings

November 12, 2019

Thanksgiving is just days away. It is an American holiday, one that celebrates family and food. And, of course, our blessings. We are blessed that America is home to thousands of families that make their...







Grand Futures: Why scare tactics don’t work

November 10, 2019

There are a multitude of strategies and prevention programs that are used as tools for drug abuse prevention. Programs like D.A.R.E. — before it was restructured — Just Say No and simulated car crashes to...


Thoughtful Parenting: Are you a perfectionist?

November 10, 2019

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Most of us judge ourselves harshly. We’re so far from perfect. We overslept, ate that cake, forgot to return a phone call, snapped at our partner, yelled at our kid, didn’t feed...