Category Archives: News

Blood Drive In Steamboat

There will be a blood drive this week in Steamboat at Yampa Valley Medical Center.  The blood drive will be held Thursday from 12:30 to 6. Appointments can be made by calling the Bonfils appointment center at 1-800-365-0006 or by following this link. Walk-ins will also be accepted as time allows. Donors should eat a full meal, and drink plenty of Continue reading

Math Requirements For Wyo High Schools Unchanged

Wyoming high-schoolers will still only have to complete three years of math to graduate.  A bill that would have required high school students in the state, to take four years of math classes to graduate, failed earlier this week in the Continue reading

Learn About Moffat County 4-H

The Moffat County 4-H program will host an open house Tuesday at the Moffat County Extension Office from 6 to 8.  The event will allow potential members and their families to meet with those already involved in the program to learn more about 4-H in Moffat County.  Attendees will also have the Continue reading

Tipton To Serve On Natural Resources Committee

Colorado Congressman Scott Tipton has announced he will serve on two different committees during the next congressional session. Tipton will serve on the House Financial Committee on Natural Resources, and will be the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Service Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. As a member of the Natural Continue reading

Wyoming Considers Concealed Carry At Colleges

The public may soon be able to carry concealed guns in government buildings and on public college campuses in Wyoming. Republican lawmakers introduced House bill 137 last week, which if passed, would repeal the laws preventing people from bringing concealed guns into Continue reading

Judge Pushes Back On EPA Coal Regulations

A U.S. District Court Judge has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to begin tracking and evaluating the impact the Clean Air Act has had on coal mining and power plant jobs in the United States. EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy told Judge John Preston Bailey, it would take the EPA two years to devise a method to track the economic effects of the Clean Air Act. Bailey deemed this time frame insufficient, and set a July first deadline for the EPA to identify facilities that Continue reading

Friday Hayden Home Games Moved To Steamboat High

While setting a goal for Friday nights basketball games at Hayden High School, a mechanical problem resulted in the goal getting stuck in an improper position.  Due to that issue all of Friday nights Hayden basketball games against Vail Christian have been moved to Steamboat Continue reading

Hayden Woman Charged With Felony Fraud

A bookkeeper for Johnson Physical Therapy in Steamboat has been arrested and charged with multiple felonies related to defrauding the business out of thousands of dollars. 28 year old Quinn Johanna Falzon of Hayden was taken into Continue reading

Mule Deer Carcass Left To Rot

Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are looking for the public’s help in identifying the person responsible for shooting and killing a mule deer buck and leaving the body and meat to rot. The buck was found dead earlier this week northwest of Grand Junction. Officials noted that whoever killed the animal made no attempt to salvage the meat and left the antlers on the animal. In addition to Continue reading

High Avalanche Danger This Weekend

There will be considerable avalanche danger this weekend due to the heavy snowfall over the past few weeks, most notably in the Steamboat and Flat Tops areas. 12 to 16 inches of snow has fallen in the last 24 hours in areas of North Continue reading

Hickenlooper Drops Carbon Reduction Plan

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper has announced that he will not be issuing an executive order aimed at cutting Colorado greenhouse gas emissions from the states power plants by one third by the year 2030. Hickenlooper said the decision to not institute the executive order was based on extreme push back from republicans in the state Continue reading

UPDATE: Broncos Sign New Head Coach

The Denver Broncos signed Vance Joseph to a four year deal to replace retiring Gary Kubiak as their Head Coach for the 2017 season. Joseph who is 44, is an alumnus of the University of Colorado, and most recently served as the defensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins. The Broncos also interviewed Dave Toub, the special team’s coordinator for the Chiefs, and Kyle Shanahan the Continue reading