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Steamboat Today editorial: Lessons on acceptance

Steamboat Springs High School students and staff celebrated their differences and their similarities during the school’s first-every Diversity Week May 15 to 19. The observance was kicked off with a school-wide assembly featuring a presentation by Schuyler Bailar, the first openly transgender athlete to compete on a Division 1 men’s college sports team. The Harvard […]

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Steamboat Today editorial: Diversity Week at Steamboat Springs High School teaches lessons of acceptance

Steamboat Springs High School students and staff celebrated their differences and their similarities during the school’s first-ever Diversity Week May 15 to 19. The observance was kicked off with a school-wide assembly featuring a presentation by Schuyler Bailar, the first openly transgender athlete to compete on a Division 1 men’s college sports team. The Harvard […]

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Steamboat Today editorial: Telling isn’t snitching, it might save a life

A week ago, administrators at Steamboat Springs Middle School may have averted a tragedy. On May 7, school officials were notified that one of their students had “threatened harm and actions that may or may not have included harm to others,” according to a letter sent to parents by the district the following Monday, May […]

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Steamboat Today editorial: CC4E’s recommendation to Steamboat school board makes sense

After more than a year of studying the needs of the Steamboat Springs School District in the wake of a failed bond issue, the Community Committee for Education — CC4E — presented its formal recommendations to the school board last week. The volunteer group has asked the school district to consider pursuing a $31 million […]

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Steamboat Today editorial: Addressing a deadly dilemma

According to traffic safety statistics released by the Colorado State Patrol, as of March 31, troopers had investigated 114 crashes that involved fatalities or injuries specifically linked to driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, a 6.5-percent increase over 2016 numbers for the same time period. Think about that for a moment: 114 fatal […]

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