Category Archives: News

Student Removed After “Concerning” Statements

A Hayden High School student was removed Thursday, after another student reported they were concerned with recent actions and statements made by that student.  According to a release from Hayden Police Chief Greg Tuliszewski, no Continue reading

UPDATE: Highway 40 Reopened After Accident

Highway 40 was closed for about half an hour Friday morning near mile marker 99 east of Craig, due to a three vehicle accident. Two of the cars involved ended up in the ditch on the side of the roadway, while another vehicle was disabled on the road. According to a representative with the Colorado Continue reading

New Details On City Manager Firing

Craig Mayor John Ponikvar confirmed this morning that outgoing City Manager Mike Foreman was fired due to an incident that occurred at the Kiwanis Play. Foreman reportedly got into a verbal altercation with a female at the play, forcing a Moffat County Sheriff’s Deputy to Continue reading

Multiple Arrests For Drug And Gang Activity

Multiple people were arrested this week after a three-month investigation into property crimes, narcotics and gang activity related to a residence on Battlement Mesa in Garfield County. A search warrant was conducted on Tuesday, when officers discovered forged documents, drug paraphernalia, Continue reading

Steamboat Tax Collections Up To Start Year

Steamboat tax collections were up to start the year, according to the Final Sales Use and Accommodation Tax Report for January. Taxes for January grew by nearly 9%, or more than $200 thousand, as compared to January of 2017. The biggest tax increases came from marijuana Continue reading

Reading Group In Craig Looking For New Members

“The Bookworms”, a reading group in Craig, is looking for new members. The group meets on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 4:30 to discuss a specific book at Downtown Books. This month, they are talking about the book “Green Darkness” by Ana Seton. This months Continue reading

Hunters In Wyoming Permitted To Wear Pink

Hunters in Wyoming will now be permitted to wear fluorescent pink while out on hunts. Governor Matt Mead signed a bill into law earlier this week which added fluorescent pink to the color options hunters in the state can wear. Wyoming will now join 6 other Continue reading

Man Wanted By Craig Police

Craig Police are looking for a man who had a warrant issued for his arrest earlier this week. 39-year-old Dustin Crowder is wanted on a variety of charges including impersonation, bond and protection order violations, harassment, and contempt charges Continue reading

Craig And Steamboat Students Join National Walkout

Students in Craig and Steamboat joined others across the state and country yesterday, in a silent walkout on the one month anniversary of the deaths of students and Staff at Majority Stoneman Continue reading

Prescribed Burn To Occur Soon

Fire fighters will be conducting a prescribed burn near Meeker over the next several weeks. The 313-acre Pinto Gulch Prescribed Fire, 32 miles west of Meeker, will be ignited Continue reading

New Lights For Fairgrounds Arena

Moffat County will be replacing some of the stadium lights at the Moffat County Fairgrounds indoor arena. The Moffat County Commissioners approved a contract with Mountain States Electric of Craig, to replace 37 of the current lights with LED lights and fixtures. The LED lights will use less electricity and Continue reading

Roll-Over Blocks Portion Of I-70 Near Eagle

A portion of I-70 was closed Wednesday morning near Eagle, after a vehicle rolled. 19-year-old Shania Barela was driving when she lost control, resulting in her vehicle rolling onto the median, blocking the left lane of the highway. The Continue reading