NORTHWEST COLORADO NEWS & SPORTS


Interview With Senator Cory Gardner

In an exclusive interview this week, Wild West Radio talked to Senator Cory Gardner about the EPA, Scott Pruitt, Judge Gorsuch and President Trump’s cabinet nominations. The full interview with Senator Gardner is available below. In it, Gardner also discusses whether or not he intends to host a town hall in the Continue reading

Craig And Steamboat Part Of CO’s 50 Safest Cities

Craig and Steamboat are in the top 50 safest places to live in Colorado according to the National Council for Home Safety and Security. Steamboat ranked as the 26th safest city in Colorado while Craig ranked as the 32nd. The group used FBI crime report statistics and internal research to come up with the list. Cities which failed to submit a complete crime report to the Continue reading

Save The Luttrell Barn Fundraiser Saturday

The Save the Luttrell Barn Committee is hosting two painting classes this weekend to help raise funds for the save the barn effort. The painting classes will be offered tomorrow from 10 to 12:30 and from 1:30 to 4. Both classes will be held at the Moffat County Fair Grounds. Cost is $35.  All materials Continue reading

Sign Up To Paticipate In MOCO 4-H

The Deadline is next week to enroll in this year’s Moffat County 4-H program. New and existing members can sign up to participate through Tuesday at the Moffat County Extension Office in Craig.  For additional information contact Continue reading

City Council Election Forum Wednesday

A Craig City Council Election Forum will be held next week. The public forum will be hosted by 93.7 102.3 KRAI, 55 Country, The Craig Daily Press and the Craig Association of Realtors. Seven people will compete for four open seats. Tony Bohrer and Jarrod Ogden Continue reading

Wyoming Shoots Down Guns On College Campuses

Wyoming residents will not be able to carry guns on College Campuses in the state, after a bill was defeated this week in the Wyoming State Senate. House Bill 136, which would have allowed concealed carry on Wyoming college campuses, was killed yesterday. The bill was roundly criticized by the College administrators in the
state. However, two other bills that would allow guns to be carried into Continue reading

Woman Extricated From Vehicle South Of Craig

A woman had to be extricated from her vehicle Thursday morning, after she rolled it on Highway 13 10 miles south of Craig. The female driver and a small dog were the only occupants in the vehicle at the time of the accident. According to trooper Josh Lewis from the Colorado State Patrol, the driver, who has not been identified, was transported to the Continue reading

Interview With Senator Gardner Tomorrow

In an exclusive interview this week Wild West Radio talked to Senator Cory Gardner about the EPA, Scott Pruitt, Judge Gorsuch and President Trump’s cabinet nominations. We asked Gardner about the President’s intentions to re-write the Clean Power Plan and the Waters of the United States Rule, and what his thoughts were about Scott Pruitt’s Continue reading

Trail Closures On Howelsen Hill

Trails will be closed on Howelsen Hill tomorrow, to accommodate the Nordic and Alpine Skiing, Colorado High School State Championships.  Over 140 of the best Colorado high school skiers will be in the area to participate. The athletes will be using the Howelsen Nordic Trails for the races.  Rodeo Loop, Continue reading

Help Evaluate Local Business Climate

Members of the Craig and Moffat County Economic Development Partnership are asking Moffat County business owners and managers to fill out a survey to help assess the business climate in the area.  The survey will also help the Continue reading

Trump Expected To Reform CPP And WOTUS

President Trump is expected to sign multiple executive orders this week, aimed at dismantling Coal Industry regulations enacted by the Obama administration. According to reports, one will instruct the Environmental Protection Agency to begin re-writing the Clean Power Plan, and will order the Department of Interior to lift it’s moratorium on new coal leases. The Clean Power Plan set a target for green house gas emission reduction in the U.S., and limited green house gas emission from coal fired power plants. The plan was expected to Continue reading

TMH Looks To Save $100K Per Month

The Memorial Hospital  at Craig could save around $100,000 a month if they are successful in refinancing a loan they have through the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. TMH is currently working on a $37.6 million refinance loan with the United States Department of Agriculture. The effective interest rate on the Continue reading