Category Archives: News

Click It or Ticket Enforcement This Week

The Colorado State Patrol and local law enforcement will be conducting increased Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement this week. According to numbers from CDOT, nearly half of the people killed in crashes last year were not wearing seat belts. Crash victims in rural communities can be especially vulnerable as they are Continue reading

Online Registration Open For Steamboat Schools

The Steamboat Springs School District has opened online registration for the 2017-2018 school year. All parents with kids in preschool, kindergarten or first grade that will be new students in the district next Continue reading

Wyoming County Roads Closed Due To Flooding

Three county roads in the Farson area were closed yesterday in Sweetwater County.  The roads were closed due to flooding stemming from Saturday nights rain fall and ongoing snowmelt, which has resulted in flooding of Little Sandy Creek. Due to the high water levels county Continue reading

SUV Crashes Into Hayden Town Hall

A medical issue is believed to have led to the driver of an SUV crashing through a wall and into the Hayden Town Hall late Friday afternoon. The vehicle came to a stop in the town council meeting room. Fortunately no one was in the room at the time of the accident. The Continue reading

Green Algae in White River Near Meeker Prompts Concerns

A growing, green eyesore in parts of the White River near Meeker has caught the attention of local landowners, anglers and Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Over the last two years, a significant increase in the amount of algae in the river has local residents and agency officials exploring several possibilities that may be causing the bloom. Continue reading

Dino National Monument Island Park/Rainbow Park Roads Closed

Dinosaur Monument staff and engineers from the Federal Highway Administration recently assessed the Island Park and Rainbow Park roads to determine the extent of the damage caused by flooding over the winter. The assessment was done to assist in determining immediate fixes that could allow the road to reopen and longer term solutions Continue reading

Concert Friday Night In Craig

A Craig Concert Association concert will take place tonight at Moffat County High School.  Jenn Bostic, an American country music and Christian music singer song writer will perform beginning at 7.  Tickets for the concert can be purchased tonight, Continue reading

Prescribed Burns Scheduled In Moffat County

Prescribed burns have been scheduled in western Moffat County over the coming weeks. The Seven Springs prescribed fire will take place six miles west of Greystone in the Douglas Mountain area, with the Treepee Continue reading

Time For Flood Insurance?

The large amounts of snow this winter could result in area flooding.  In fact, on Monday this week the Elk River in Routt County had record-setting flows, and the Yampa River near Steamboat was flowing well above normal for this time of year.  Due to increased flood risk, it may be Continue reading

Free Diabetes Screenings

As part of National Diabetes Alert Day, Northwest Colorado Health in Craig and Steamboat are offering free drop in cardiovascular and diabetes screenings. The screenings will be offered Tuesday from 9 to 4:30. National Diabetes Alert Continue reading

607 Drivers Arrested Over St. Patty’s Weekend

607 impaired drivers were arrested in Colorado during the St. Patrick’s Day Heat is On DUI enforcement campaign. This was a 33% increase from the 455 drivers that were taken off Colorado roadways during the same enforcement period last year. The next Heat is On Campaign Continue reading