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Area Wrestlers Excel At Regional Tourneys

Moffat County upset the number 3 ranked 3A team, Centauri, by decisively winning the regional wrestling tournament in Buena Vista over the weekend.  11 Bulldog wrestlers placed at the tournament.  8 of them will advance to the State Tournament which gets underway this Thursday Continue reading

Regional Wrestling Tournaments Start Today

Regional wrestling tournaments kick off today. SoRoCo, Meeker, Rangely, West Grand, North Park and Hayden are competing at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction.  Steamboat is wrestling at Denver West High School and Moffat County at Buena Vista High School. The top 4 finishers at each weight will advance to the State Tournament next weekend in Denver. According to On the Mat Continue reading

Threat That Closed High Schools Not Credible

The threat, which closed down high schools in Garfield County yesterday, and put the middle and elementary schools on lock down for a period of time, was later deemed not credible. The lock down was lifted around one yesterday afternoon. The FBI alerted Carbondale police to an anonymous threat, thought to have been made by an 18 year old Continue reading

One Arrested After 3 Car Accident

One person was arrested yesterday afternoon just before 3, after police say she caused a 3 vehicle accident on Yampa Avenue in Craig. Two cars involved, blocked the intersection of Yampa and Sixth for a period of time, while emergency responders could clear the scene. 37 Continue reading

Kiwanis Play Tickets On Sale Saturday

Tickets go on sale tomorrow for this year’s Kiwanis Play. The Kiwanis Club will host a ticket sale kickoff party at JW Snacks in Craig. Tickets are on sale for $20 a piece with tables of ten available for $200. The Kickoff Party starts at 2.  The play Continue reading

Felony Charge May Result For Killing Animals

It may soon be a felony in Wyoming to shoot and kill an animal or pet on someone else’s property. A bill was passed out of a State House committee yesterday would increase the charge for killing someone else’s animals from a misdemeanor to a felony. Ranchers and pet owners have lost animals in the state after someone shoots the Continue reading

Garfield County High Schools Closed After Threat

Officials closed Roaring Fork, Glenwood Springs and Basalt high schools Thursday morning after the schools were alerted by the Carbondale Police Department that an 18-year-old student had threatened violence against a school on social media.  While the threat was anonymous, the IP address was traced to the Carbondale area.  As a Continue reading

Man Who Rolled Car Thursday Turns Himself In

The driver who rolled his vehicle last Thursday on Highway 13 north of Craig turned himself in Wednesday night after a warrant was issued for his arrest.  The driver was identified as 34 year old Craig resident Tanner Sholes.  Sholes was wanted for careless driving, driving Continue reading

Antler Hunters Should Avoid Wildlife

Shed Antler Hunters in the area need to take the proper steps to avoid disturbing area wildlife during the winter season. The BLM is reminding people planning on collecting antlers that mule deer and elk are especially vulnerable to disturbance during the winter months due to heavy snow which makes it difficult for them to forage. Unintended Continue reading

Texting And Driving Fine May Go Up

A measure that would increase the fines associated with texting and driving in Colorado passed out of a State Senate committee yesterday. The measure would increase the fine for texting and driving in Colorado  from $50 to $300. Drivers will still be able to text under certain circumstances, like when they are Continue reading

Coffee With Council Friday

The February Coffee with Council session will be tomorrow morning in Steamboat. Councilman Scott Ford and others will be at the meeting to discuss any topics of concern to the public. The meeting will be held from 7:30 to 9 in the Centennial Hall. The discussion will focus on the City’s water rights as they relate to the expanding of city services. The Continue reading

Online Sales Tax May Be Coming To Wyoming

Wyomingites may soon have to pay taxes on online purchases. A bill passed out of a Wyoming State Senate Committee yesterday would require online retailers to collect sales tax on purchases from the states residents and return the money to the state. Online businesses with fewer than 200 purchases or Continue reading