Senators Look To Make It Easier To Study Marijuana

Senator Cory Gardner has joined the effort to make it easier to conduct scientific research on marijuana as a safe and effective medical treatment. Gardner and Utah Senator Orrin Hatch introduced the Marijuana Effective Drug Study Act of 2017 this week.  Gardner says the medical community Continue reading

Scammers Using Troops To Extract Money

Police are warning of a new scam where victims are being targeted by individuals who claim to need money for college. Scammers are going door to door claiming they are in a contest to win college scholarship money, which involves raising funds for the troops. They will Continue reading

UPDATE: Local Fires 100% Contained

The Deep Creek Fire is now 100% contained. The lightning started fire ignited earlier this month, 9 miles northeast of Hayden. Crews will continue to the monitor the 4,000 acre blaze and will conduct mop up operations where needed. During a drone flight Tuesday, crews found what may be a coal Continue reading

NW Colorado Wild Horse Trapping Begins

The gathering of Wild horses that have strayed from the Piceance-East Douglas Herd management area in Northwest Colorado is underway. The BLM is using helicopters to trap and remove as many as 100 horses from the area.  If less than 100 wild horses are gathered from areas directly outside Continue reading

1,000 Arrested Over Labor Day, Heat Is On Friday

More than 1,000 impaired drivers were removed from Colorado roadways during this years Labor Day Heat Is On DUI Enforcement campaign, a slight increase over the 964 drivers who were arrested during the same enforcement period last year.  Each year, more than Continue reading

Highway Fatalities Up In Wyoming For 2017

A Montana man died in a roll-over accident earlier this week near Alpine Wyoming, making that the 103rd fatality to occur on Wyoming highways so far this year. 45-year-old James Watters was driving on Highway 89 when his vehicle drifted Continue reading

Thursday’s Cruise-In Cancelled

The Colorado Cruisers Car Club Cruise-in and Show and Shine scheduled for tonight at McDonalds in Craig has been canceled Continue reading

Full Containment Of Himes Peak Fire

The Himes Peak Fire, which was ignited by lightning a little less than a week ago in the Flat Tops, 46 miles east of Meeker, is now 100% contained. During suppression efforts, crews were Continue reading

City/County Finalize Building Department Combo

In their ongoing efforts to control costs, Moffat County and the City of Craig reached a final agreement to combine their building departments into a Regional Building Department, which will be responsible for both city and county operations. The Craig City Council and the Moffat Continue reading

Memorial Regional Health To Operate County Clinic

The Moffat County Commissioners accepted a recommendation from the County’s Employee Health Insurance Board at their weekly meeting yesterday to allow Memorial Regional Health to assume operations of the County’s Continue reading

Meeker Woman Appointed To CPW Commission

Marie Haskett of Meeker has been appointed to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission by Governor John Hickenlooper. Haskett will serve as a commission representative for sportsmen and outfitters west of the Continental Divide. Haskett is the owner and operator of JML Outfitters which was voted the 2016 Outfitter Continue reading

Be On The Lookout For Motorcycles

Following a record number of motorcycle deaths in the state last year, the Colorado Department of Transportation is reminding drivers to be especially attentive to motorcycles. Motorcycle crashes were up 58 percent Continue reading