KRAI News for Thursday, April 1, 2021

Vaccinations are available for anyone 18 and over in the state as of Friday. Moffat County has a drive-through clinic this Monday for any Colorado residents who need to be vaccinated. It’s the Johnson and Johnson one-dose. Moffat County Public Health asks that you wear loose fitting clothing so it is easy for nurses to access your arm from your car. And please be hydrated when you go to get vaccinated.  If you have trouble accessing it, you can call public health at 970-629-4002 and leave a message. They will get back to you. The drive-through clinic Monday is at 1050 Industrial Ave. which is at the Craig Fire/Rescue facilities, behind the old Kmart in Craig.

Moffat County Drive-Through Clinic April 5

Vaccinations in Northwest Colorado

Another employee at Casey’s Pond assisted living in Steamboat Springs has tested positive for COVID-19. That makes two team members home in isolation now. Two residents have also tested positive and are in isolation. Casey’s Pond says surveillance testing will continue.

Hubbard Mesa will be cleaned up in May. That’s about 2,480 acres next to Rifle. There has always been a problem with trash and dumping on the land, which is mostly managed by the BLM and Garfield County. Hi Country 4 Wheelers based out of Glenwood Springs is organizing a big cleanup day, with help from the Rifle Area Mountain Bike Organization, known as RAMBO. That cleanup day is Saturday, May 1, starting that morning. According to the Post Independent, one year they found an abandoned flatbed trailer with four to five vehicles still attached to it.

In Moffat County volleyball, tough loss for the Lady Bulldogs this week to Coal Ridge, but they beat the Rifle Bears Monday night. Moffat County has a home game tonight against Lake County from Leadville and is then headed to Aspen to play the Skiers this weekend.

From Routt County Public Health… We’re all in this together. Please wear your masks and keep socially distant. Help make COVID stop with you.

For the weather, don’t forget to call the KRAI Time, Temp, and Weather Hotline at 970-824-1918.

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