Category Archives: News

Steamboat Rental Rate Increase

The City of Steamboat has announced a rental rate increase for 2018. The city has a variety of facilities available for rent, Continue reading

Coffee With Council Friday

This months Coffee with Council session will be held tomorrow morning in Steamboat. Councilman Scott Ford and others will be at the meeting to discuss any topics of concern to the public.  The monthly Coffee with Council and Cocktails with Council sessions allow the community Continue reading

Cheney Calls For Investigation Of “Anti-Trump” FBI

Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney called for the FBI to be investigated in a recent interview, over what she referred to as an anti-Trump bias at the agency during the 2016 election. Cheney called for the investigation in an interview with the Wyoming Tribune Eagle last week, saying there were real Continue reading

Woman Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide Left Her Car Running

Investigators determined the car that was left running, resulting in the Waterside Condos being evacuated last weekend in Steamboat, belonged to a woman who was taken to the hospital. The unidentified Steamboat Woman suffered from carbon monoxide poisoning and was taken to the Continue reading

City Council Supports Permit For New Coal Pit

The Craig City Council signed a letter of support at their meeting last night concerning a proposed air quality permit for the ColoWyo Mine Collom pit. The Moffat County Commissioners are expected to sign a similar letter at their meeting next week. The permit Continue reading

Ten Arrested For DUI In Sweetwater County

Ten drunk drivers were arrested in Sweetwater County over New Year’s weekend, from December 29th through January 2nd. During the four-day operation, local law enforcement made 107 traffic stops, issued 14 speeding citations, 1 seat Continue reading

CO Senators Talk Immigration With Trump

Both Colorado Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner took part in a meeting with President Trump yesterday concerning immigration reform. The meeting focused on finding a citizenship solution for kids brought to the United States illegally by their parents, also known as dreamers, with the group also Continue reading

Deadline To Sign Up For Health Insurance Is Friday

Time is running out to sign up for Coverage through the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare. Open enrollment for coverage ends Friday. In some cases, if an Obama Care Continue reading

New Year Starts In Jail For 366 Drivers

366 impaired drivers rang in the New Year in jail after being arrested for DUI by Colorado law enforcement. This is an increase over the 279 impaired drivers who were arrested over the New Years Eve DUI enforcement period last year. More than 10,000 drivers were arrested for DUI during Continue reading

Don’t Leave Cars On The Side Of The Road

The Colorado Department of Transportation is reminding those planning on recreating in the backcountry to be cautious when leaving their vehicle parked on the side of a roadway. Anyone leaving a vehicle unattended on the side of the Continue reading

Two Rescued From Backcountry

Two Casper men had to be rescued in Carbon County last month, after their vehicle got stuck in the backcountry. 36-year-old Christopher Hall and 29-year-old Josh Trennell had plenty of supplies and winter survival gear when their Continue reading

Ask A Lawyer This Thursday

The first Ask a Lawyer session of the year will be held Thursday in Moffat, Routt, and Grand County. Lawyers will be available to provide assistance on non-criminal court cases. Those cases may include divorce, family matters, child support, small claims, landlord and Continue reading