KRAI News for Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019

A man from Clifton has been arrested after a burglary at Mathers Bar, at 420 Yampa Ave. An affidavit says 22-year-old Brandon Tucker Deshazer and an accomplice stole a five-gallon bucket full of loose quarters, worth about $800. And they skipped out on their bar tab which was about $200. The bartender saw the men dropped quarters as they walked out and trying to pull his pants up because the quarters were so heavy. Police arrested Deshazer at a traffic stop, and he was booked into the Moffat County Jail where he was released on bond. He’s back in court on Sept. 24.

A Steamboat Springs man was arrested after he forced an employee of Walmart, to accompany him throughout the store, against their will. 60-year-old David Brown made the employee go through the store with him, after he told her to “let him take what he needed” and “be quiet about it.” The Steamboat Pilot reports she managed to get another employee to walk with Brown, while she was able to call 911. Steamboat Police were there within one minute to arrest him.

Craig City Council has voted to increase the proposed excise and sales taxes to 10 percent each, on marijuana sold inside city limits. But the sale of recreational marijuana in the City of Craig has to be approved by voters first, in November.

 

 

 

 

 

The Exhibition Hall and Midway are open at the Routt County Fair today. It’s a busy day for 4-H, too. Here’s Justin Heid with Routt County Junior Livestock 4-H.

The Rabbit Show is this morning. Hailey Minnick is showing several of her rabbits, that she raises in Soroco.

The Cheers to 105 Years Bonfire starts at 7 p.m. followed by live entertainment with Susie Knight, Trevor Guire, and Kyle Allgood. Find the full schedule for the fair at www.RouttCountyFair.org

The Demolition Derby is 85 percent sold out for Friday night. If you buy your ticket online, you must exchange the QR code for a wristband at the fair office. It’s easier to do that before the event, as lines could be long Friday night.

 

 

 

 

 

Moffat County High School students need to pick up their iPads in order to be ready for their first day of school. They weren’t ready during registration because of a shipping issue. If you are enrolling your child online, it has to be done before checking out the iPad. Ipad pickup is next week, from 5:30-8 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday, and then 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. next Friday. For questions, call 826-6555.

The inaugural Steamboat Gravel bike race is this Sunday. There are three courses on gravel roads throughout Routt County. 1,500 riders are competing. The Steamboat Gravel race sold out in six days.

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

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