The economy in Northwest Colorado is improving. That’s according to Yampa Valley Data Partners, who says that unemployment rates in Moffat and Routt Counties are the lowest since 2008. In fact, they say Routt County’s employed worker to labor force ratio Continue reading
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Colorado Parks and Wildlife will once again sponsor guided hikes in 27 of their 42 state parks on New Year’s Day as part of America’s State Parks First Day Hikes initiative. First Day Hikes was created to offer everyone an opportunity to begin the New Year rejuvenating and connecting with the outdoors at a state park close to home. Continue reading
Craig Rotary still has a few Christmas trees left. The Craig Rotary club is selling Christmas trees as a fundraiser. All trees are now priced at a reduced rate of $30. If you still need a tree you can pick one up in the lot next to McDonalds until Sunday or until all the trees are sold. If you have questions, call 629-0654.
The City of Steamboat has published the final October 2014 Sales, Use, and Accommodation Tax Report. Steamboat’s October sales taxes are 11.21% more than the October Continue reading
Traveling is expected to increase this year for the holidays. According to AAA Colorado, 1.6 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home during the holiday season, an increase of 3.2 percent increase over last year. The period covers Continue reading
A 60-year old Rifle woman was killed in a crash yesterday morning on I-70. According to the Colorado State Patrol, the unidentified woman lost control of her vehicle and rolled it across the Continue reading
Craig Fire Rescue had to extricate the driver of a pick-up truck this morning after an accident on 4th and Ranney in Craig. According to firefighters, the driver wasn’t seriously hurt, but was unable to get out of his truck after it was broadsided by an Interstate Batteries truck. The other driver was uninjured. The driver of the pick-up was taken to Continue reading
Lincoln Avenue in downtown Steamboat will be closed Thursday morning, while a commercial is being filmed for Ford trucks. The street will be closed between 5th and 11th Streets from 6:30 in the morning to 1 in the afternoon. No parking is allowed on Lincoln Avenue in the area of the closure during that time. Traffic will be rerouted onto Oak and Yampa streets. Pedestrian traffic will be allowed on Lincoln Avenue sidewalks during the closure with brief holds while cameras Continue reading
Colorado’s newest Senator has announced his committee assignments. Republican Representative Cory Gardner will replace Democratic Senator Mark Udall in January. Yesterday, Senate Republicans finalized their caucus’ committee assignments for the next session. Gardner will sit on four committees. They are Energy, Foreign Relations, Commerce and Small Business.
Colorado’s mountain resorts are getting a little worried about how legal marijuana is changing their image. Residents in Breckenridge voted last week to force the downtown’s lone dispensary to a less-visible area. And Granby annexed a piece of property to prevent the opening of a pot shop there. Colorado is coming off a record year for Continue reading