The number of COVID-19 cases in Moffat County has gone up again, to 73 confirmed cases. Sixteen of those are active. The number of tests administered so far is 3,359. Moffat County Dashboard: https://routtgis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=0ab4103f83a24f01a676dafe93729826
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here’s Moffat County Public Health Director Kari Ladrow.
Reach out to your local provider for information on how to schedule a mammogram.
The Hope Pregnancy Center in Craig has new hours. They’re open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursdays or Fridays, or by appointment.
The first sheriff of Routt County, and first permanent resident of the Yampa Valley, was a man named Joe Morgan. This was back in 1877. Actually, it was in the Craig area, because Moffat County was actually Routt County at the time. The Museum of Northwest Colorado in Craig, has just acquired some of Sheriff Morgan’s possessions from his grandson. Paul Knowles is the assistant director of the museum in Craig.
A display is being made at the museum, highlighting the sheriff’s items. You can see a video and pictures on our website and Facebook page.
Ballot count, Moffat County residents have now returned 3,297 ballots as of Monday evening. Debbie Bellville who heads up Elections for Moffat County says ballots can be brought inside the Moffat County Courthouse, or dropped in the secure dropbox outside the door.
If your signature can’t be verified, you will be contacted by the elections office. 231 ballots have been returned, as undeliverable. If you moved and didn’t change your address, stop in the Elections office in the Moffat County Courthouse to get that done. Moffat County has 8,436 active registered voters.
Over $280,000 has been awarded in community grants to 61 organizations in Routt and Moffat Counties. Helen Beall is the community impact manager of the Yampa Valley Community Foundation.
The amount of money granted in both counties was the largest grant cycle the foundation has ever had, and it is about $80,000 more than last year.
From Routt County Public Health… Numbers of COVID cases are still up. Be careful and stay safe. 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.