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Author disclosure: Brian Siegel, M.D. is my husband. This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended to promote his medical practice.

Dr. Brian Siegel, pain management physician, and Medical Director of the Yampa Valley Medical Center’s Pain Management program said a patient could get a prescription for Suboxone, and then because Suboxone has a street value, that patient can sell the Suboxone to an opioid addict who may be struggling with withdrawals. Alternatively, a patient may take Suboxone to prevent withdrawals and sell their prescription opioids on the street, he said.

Quiet and humble with an infectious smile and peaceful presence, Chhiring Dorje Sherpa reflects on his adjustment to life here in Steamboat after moving from Nepal.

Chhiring Dorje Sherpa and his family are from Rolwaling Valley located in the east-central part of Nepal. At 16, Chhiring began his life as a Sherpa. He and his brother, Tashi, ultimately formed their own expedition company, Rolwaling Excursions, Ltd.  Through guiding a Mt. Everest expedition in 2004, Chhiring met Dr. Eric Meyer who introduced him to Steamboat and played a pivotal role in Chhiring’s family’s move.

 

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Raw? Paleo? Grain free? Non-GMO? Organic? Minimally processed? Fido’s vast dog food choices rival that of his or her owner and no longer only consists of big box brands’ hard food or soft food. According to Innova Market Insights and Petfood Industry.com, the popular pet food trend of 2017 tracks right along with human trends in food: whole foods, premium and healthy ingredients, sourcing of non-GMO and organic ingredients, low-carb, and high protein options.

Bob Adams field in Steamboat Springs, Colorado,the hub of the Steamboat Springs aviation community, sits on top of the rolling hills off of Elk River Road, in Routt County Colorado at an elevation of 6,882 feet. Owned by the City of Steamboat Springs, the Steamboat Springs Airport is managed by Stacie Fain and operated by a veteran crew who has worked at the airport for many years.

JENNY SPENCER’S PASSION, EDUCATION, AND EMPLOYMENT LED HER TO KAKUMA REFUGEE CAMP IN KENYA; AN OVERCROWDED CAMP 185,000 REFUGEES CALL HOME.

Confident, self-assured and passionate about her work, 28-year-old Jenny Spencer feels blessed to have been born in Steamboat Springs, with a supportive family who believed in her and prioritized her education.