KRAI News for Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019

4-H Dog Show at the Moffat County Fair. Photo courtesy Shannon Lukens.

Dogs and cats were shown Tuesday, for the Moffat County Fair in Craig. Pictures and a video of the dogs in the 4-H Dog Show are on the KRAI Facebook page.

The Pavillion is open at the Moffat County Fairgrounds today for the 101st Moffat County Fair. This morning is the weigh-in of market sheep and market goats, with the weigh-in of market beef in the afternoon. Here’s Mardi Anson with the Moffat County Fair Board.

The Sheep Show starts at 5 tonight, followed by the Old Geezer Alumni Show, put on by the 4-H Council. For the full schedule, go to

Mardi Anson talks about the fair:

Kyler Scott and Shane Baker:

A man died in Rifle Monday, after a traffic stop. KRAI’s Vladan Chase has more.

Colorado Parks & Wildlife has a new reservation system. The page is open now for you to check it out. But reservations won’t be available until Aug. 18. It’s a way for hunters to reserve their favorite spot to hunt in advance, on 21 properties. It’s mainly for small game and waterfowl. Set up an account and log in. It’s on the regular Parks & Wildlife site, backslash Hunting Reservations.

Drivers are being reminded to yield to city buses, when they’re trying to merge back into traffic flow. It’s actually a Colorado law, that was created back in 2009. Motorists must yield the right-of-way to transit buses merging into traffic from a bus stop. All Steamboat Springs Transit buses have an illuminated yield light on the back, as a friendly reminder.

The town of Hayden is spraying for mosquitos, starting around 7 p.m. either tonight or tomorrow. It depends on the weather.


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

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