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New Look For Steamboat Police Cars

The Steamboat Springs Police has two new black and white patrol vehicles hitting the road this week. The ‘Black & White’ was chosen because it can be seen from a significant distance as well as is highly visible in snow. The department will Continue reading

Coffee With Council Friday

This months Coffee with Council session will be held Friday morning in Steamboat. Councilman Scott Ford and others will be at the meeting to discuss any topics of concern to the public. The conversation at this months Coffee With Council meting will focus on the city’s goals Continue reading

Apply For Craig Parks & Rec Board

The Craig Parks & Recreation Department is now accepting application for the Parks & Recreation and Open Space Advisory Board.  Applications need to be submitted by Wednesday. Members of the advisory board serve three year staggered terms. There is currently an Continue reading

Steamboat Taxes Up $70K For October

Steamboat tax collections increased again in October, according to the most recent Sales Use and Accommodation Tax Report. Taxes for October grew by 5%, or $70,000, when compared to the previous year, with the biggest gains Continue reading

600+ Impaired Drivers Arrested

613 impaired drivers were taken off the roads this year during the Thanksgiving Heat is on Campaign in Colorado. This was a slight increase from the 522 impaired drivers that were arrested during the Thanksgiving enforcement period last year. Traffic fatalities attributed to impaired drivers Continue reading

Don’t Plug Space Heaters Into Power Strips

With cold weather now here, fire officials are warning people not to plug space heaters into power strips or extension cords. This is due to the fact that space heaters use a lot of Continue reading

UPDATE: Holiday Drive Was A Big Success

The 19th annual 93-7/102-3 KRAI and 55 Country Holiday Drive was a huge success. Hundreds of people stopped by during the two day Holiday Drive to donate new unwrapped toys, gifts for senior citizens, non-perishable food and cash. 100% of all the donations collected during the Holiday Drive will benefit the Interfaith Food Continue reading

Man With Murder Warrant Arrested

A man with a warrant for first degree murder was arrested Thursday in Rifle. Police located the vehicle of 53-year-old Michael Syperda at a Rifle apartment complex. After confirming that a person of Syperda’s description was living in one Continue reading

Help Locate Juvenile Runaway

Craig Police are looking for the public’s help in locating a missing girl who ran away from her home in Nebraska. A Craig Police officer said they spotted the female juvenile in Craig last night but was unable to make contact. The girl is believed to be with an underage male from Wyoming. Their identities Continue reading

Final Day To Donate To Holiday Drive

The final day of the 19th annual 93-7/102-3 KRAI and 55 Country Holiday Drive is going on now outside the Centennial Mall. Hundreds of people stopped by yesterday to get the Holiday Drive off to a great start with their donations. While yesterdays donations were numerous, there is still a great need for more. Traditionally the 2nd day of the Holiday Drive is busier than the first, and organizers are hopeful that trend continues this year, as requests for assistance from the charities benefiting from the holiday drive are Continue reading

Measure To Replace Hayden School Passed After Rrecount

The recount has been completed on Hayden Ballot measure 3A, which confirmed the unofficial results, with the vote tally ending with 431 votes for and 429 votes against. Now that the measure has been approved, the Hayden school district will apply for a “BEST Grant” through the Colorado Department of Education, worth $40 million, which Continue reading

Trailer Catches Fire South Of Craig

Craig firefighters responded to a fire Thursday morning at a single wide trailer near Moffat County Road 37, south of Craig. The fire started in the hot water heater closet and damaged a bedroom and bathroom. It took firefighters around half an Continue reading