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Graduation Times For MOCO, Meeker and SoRoCo

Graduation ceremonies are taking place this weekend across Northwest Colorado. The Moffat County High School graduation will be held Saturday at 10 in the High School Gym. Doors will open at 8. Due to parking Continue reading

Fair Royalty Clinic For Routt And MOCO Girls

The deadline is next week for Northwest Colorado girls interested in becoming Routt County Fair Royalty, to sign up for the Routt County Fair Clinic.  Girls from Routt and Moffat County are invited to participate. The Clinic will include horsemanship and Continue reading

Coloradans Hit The Road For Memorial Day

More people from Colorado are projected to travel this Memorial Day Weekend than have since the summer of 2005. Over 715,000 Coloradans, or roughly 13% of the population, are expected to travel 50 miles or more from Continue reading

Memorial Day DUI Patrols Underway

Drivers should be aware that the Colorado State Patrol and local law enforcement will be out in force this weekend looking for intoxicated or impaired drivers. The Memorial Day Weekend Heat is on Campaign will last through Tuesday. On Continue reading

Listing Due Soon For Colorado Hay Directory

Listings for the 2017 Colorado Hay Directory are being accepted now by The Colorado Department of Agriculture. The deadline to submit a listing for the directory is June 16th and will cost $25. The Colorado Hay Directory helps hay producers Continue reading

Reminder Of Wyoming Camping Regulations

With summer camping season upon us, the Bureau of Land Management in Wyoming is reminding residents of the state’s camping regulations. Camping is limited to 14 days within a 28 day consecutive period, so campers that have been at one location for Continue reading

No Buyer For Shadow Mountain Clubhouse

Moffat County was unable to secure a buyer for the Shadow Mountain Clubhouse at the auction Wednesday afternoon. No one submitted a bid for the clubhouse that met the minimum requirement, which was set at $250,000.  The parcel of land adjacent to the clubhouse to the north was Continue reading

Diesel Truck Drivers May Soon Face Fines

Governor John Hickenlooper is ready to sign a bill that would penalize diesel truck drivers who inundate other cars or pedestrians with exhaust from their vehicles. If Hickenlooper signs the bill, anyone with modifications to their diesel truck who is caught pumping out massive plumes of black Continue reading

CNCC Summer Camp Scholarships Available

If you’re child is interested in attending one of the summer camps at Colorado Northwestern Community College, but you are worried about the cost, scholarships may be available. Students who qualify for Continue reading

Trip For Seniors To Air And Space Museum

The City of Steamboat is sponsoring a trip for seniors next week to the Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum. Tickets for the trip are $30 and include transportation, admission to the museum and a guided tour. Space for the trip is limited, so those interested in attending should RSVP by Friday. The trip will Continue reading

Be Safe This Memorial Day!

Northwest Colorado residents are being reminded to be cautious when out celebrating this Memorial Day weekend.  Those who are visiting the area or are planning to take their Memorial Day celebration to the mountains should remember to let their bodies adjust to the higher altitude Continue reading

Wyoming Drivers Need To Move Over

The Wyoming Highway Patrol will be participating in the national Move Over safety campaign this weekend, in an effort to bring awareness to the dangers first responders face in the state. Since 2008, nearly 2,000 crashes have occurred in Wyoming that involved a first responder or roadway service vehicle. Since the beginning of last year, a Continue reading