KRAI News for Thursday, June 27, 2019

Moffat County Weed and Pest will conduct mosquito spraying for the City of Craig and areas around Craig next Tuesday and Wednesday. The spraying will be done in the early morning, or the late evening hours, weather permitting.

The community education program at Colorado Northwestern Community College is offering some programs for families. They can take classes at a reduced rate. Financial aid is available for kids taking the College for Kids classes and youth enrolling in Reach Your Peak Summer Camps. Other funding through the Fairfield Center offers scholarships to seniors taking classes in Meeker. Summer classes with CNCC Community Education are still open for registration. The link to register is on the KRAI website.

To sign up using a scholarship, call Leigh Sokol at 970-824-1109.

Brynn Grey Partners is moving forward with the West Steamboat Neighborhoods annexation, after the ballot question was approved by Steamboat voters this week. Brynn Grey has 60 days now, to negotiate an access agreement to connect the development to Highway 40. They expect to have the certificate by next Friday. The next deadline is Nov. 12. Brynn Grey has until that time to acquire the property from its current owner, Steamboat 700. As for the vote, City Attorney Dan Foote said 9,200 ballots were sent out and 3,940 ballots were returned, and hand-counted by election judges Tuesday night.

Renata Beason of Craig has been named as a contestant for the American Quilter’s Society Quilt Week in August. It’s in Michigan. The quilt she is displaying is, “100 Years of Moffat County Happy Trails.”

The person to head up Routt County Riders has been hired. Here’s Vladan Chase with more.

The Elkhead Reservoir Fishing Classic continues through the weekend, at Elkhead Reservoir.

The 52nd annual Cottonwood Classic starts tomorrow at Yampa Valley Golf Course.

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

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