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  • Steamboat Today editorial: Worth the wait

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    The Community Committee for Education — CC4E — made a formal presentation to the Steamboat Pilot & Today Editorial Board last week outlining the four options the advisory group has determined offer the best options for Steamboat Springs School District’s future facilities improvement needs. The information shared with us was well researched and complete, and […]

  • Steamboat Today editorial: Time will tell

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    The community of Steamboat Springs has grown accustomed through the years to changes in the ownership of Steamboat Ski Resort. And, by definition, ownership changes are both unsettling and healthy at the same time. As we anticipate the closing in early fall of the sale of Intrawest Resorts and Steamboat Ski Resort to a new […]

  • Steamboat Today editorial: Let’s not make a deal

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    It was a First Amendment victory when District Judge Shelley Hill ruled March 16 that the court should not have closed a Jan. 26 court hearing that outlined the plea deal offered to Miguel Diaz-Martinez, a 60-year-old man charged with 41 felonies and accused of exchanging drugs for sex with underage girls, by the District […]

  • Steamboat Today editorial: Living up to our promise to vets

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    Even as members of Congress are understandably preoccupied this month by the debate over the American Health Care Act, the clock is ticking on a Veterans Administration program that is of particular importance to military veterans in Northwest Colorado. It’s a federal program that provides healthcare options for vets like ours, who live more than […]

  • Steamboat Today editorial: Securing future of Howelsen Hill

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    We are cautiously intrigued by the possibilities suggested by Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. potentially bringing its expertise in ski area operations, food and beverage and marketing to historic Howelsen Hill. Undeniably, Ski Corp., throughout its different eras of ownership, has shown a steadfast interest in the legacy of Howelsen Hill as the oldest operating […]

  • Steamboat Today editorial: Time’s up

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    We were more than a little concerned last week to learn that the Community Committee for Education, or CC4E, has extended the timeline for presenting its recommendations for school facilities construction and upgrades to the Steamboat Springs School Board. It was also troubling to learn that CC4E member Chad Phillips — who also serves as […]

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