Here are the local headlines for KRAI on this Tuesday, January 21st.
The process between memorial regional health and SLC health continues to move forward as both entities are in the midst of due diligence process. That is going to run until the middle of March, and it really is mostly the sharing of information. This all comes on the heels of a unanimous vote on December 19th by the board of trustees from Memorial approving the intent agreement with SLC. For the full story, visit the craigdailypress.com website.
The Craig Elks lodge 1577 donated $2500 to local causes, including the Interfaith Foodbank and local veterans.
Mountain Lion hunting in the Roaring Fork Valley is set to increase, with unit 471, which has been closed off for hunters in the past, set to open its doors. The hopes of this move is to lessen the amount of interaction between the mountain lions of the area, and the humans that live there or have come for trips to visit.
In sports, Moffat County had some games over the weekend, and came away with two wins with the girls, and two more on the boys side. They took down Gunnison and Olathe. Moffat county swimmers had a mix of ups and downs over the weekend, but they were also able to record a state qualifying time.
For the weather, don’t forget to call the KRAI Time, Temp, and Weather Hotline at 970-824-1918. And that’s the news on KRAI.