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Road and Bridge Closures In Steamboat

The pedestrian bridge on 9th Street in Steamboat  is now closed for refurbishment. During the project, which will last around a month, crews will re-deck and paint the bridge. The public will still be able to access Howelsen Hill and Howelsen Parkway from downtown, via 5th street. Detour signs will be posted Continue reading

Propane Tank Catches Fire Near Oak Creek

Burning trash in a barrel was the source of a grass fire Friday afternoon off of Routt County Road 200A, northeast of Oak Creek. Steamboat Springs’ firefighters responded to the three acre Continue reading

Northwest Colorado Health’s Efforts Recognized

The Northwest Colorado Health offices in Craig and Steamboat were recognized recently for their work in reducing their patients’ high Continue reading

Move Over It’s The Law

Colorado law enforcement will be strictly enforcing the states Move Over Law throughout the month of April. The law requires  Colorado drivers to move over one lane when any emergency, service or maintenance vehicles are parked on the side of a roadway. When it’s not possible to move over, drivers Continue reading

UPDATE: Northwest Colorado Easter Egg Hunts

Numerous Easter egg hunts will be held across Northwest Colorado Saturday.  The hunt at New Creation Church in Craig will include prizes like cash and new bicycles, there will also be a petting zoo, bounce houses, face painting and a photo booth.  Registration Continue reading

Craig Man Wanted For Assault

Craig and Hayden Police are looking for Tanner Eugene Sholes of Craig. The 34-year-old is wanted for vehicular assault, felony menacing, possession of a weapon by a previous offender, assault, child abuse, reckless endangerment, criminal mischief, driving under restraint and reckless driving. Craig and Hayden police are asking anyone with information on Sholes  to contact them. Those numbers are Continue reading

Interfaith Food Bank To Change Locations

The Interfaith Food Bank in Craig is on the move. The food bank will open at their new location behind  Trapper Health Club on west 3rd Street, on May 1st. The food banks last day at their current location, the Shadow Mountain Clubhouse, will be Continue reading

CO Senate Looks To Add Wait Time For Abortions

The Colorado Senate will hold one more vote on a measure that would force women seeking abortions and their doctors to wait 24 hours. Northern Colorado State Senators Vicki Marble and Kevin Lundberg’s bill passed the first vote in the Senate earlier this week. Marble and Lundberg’s bill would Continue reading

Roads Open In Dinosaur National Park

The Island Park and Rainbow Park roads in Dinosaur national Park reopen today for public access. The roads were closed early last month due to multiple washouts and severe storm damage in the area. Park staff along with the Uintah County Roads Continue reading

Steamboat Summer Transit Schedule Starts Monday

The summer schedule for the Steamboat Springs Transit begins next week. The bus schedule is available via the RouteShout app on iPhones and Androids, and is also available on the Steamboat Springs Transit website. To view the Continue reading

WYO Receives Money To Retrain Coal Workers

Wyomingb has been granted up to $2 million to help retrain individuals affected by layoffs in the coal industry. The U.S. Department of Labor grant will help Wyoming workers previously employed in the coal industry as well as those who worked in transportation or Continue reading

Colorado Water Levels Prompt Concern

While winter snow pack was above average in the Colorado Mountains through January, dry conditions in February and March have prompted concern among water officials. According to the USDA’s Snow Survey and Water Forecasting Team, the state is now reliant on future participation to maintain above average water levels. Spring run off Continue reading