The weather in Northwest Colorado should be sunny and beautiful with temperatures in the mid 60s. The sunshine will continue Saturday and it might reach 70 degrees. It will be close. While it will warm up to the mid 70s on Sunday, there will be a few more clouds rolling through our part of the state, but it should still be a beautiful weekend.
In local sports, the Moffat County Boys Swim team is in Glenwood today for the Demon Invitational swim meet. The track and field team is in Grand Junction today and tomorrow, while the Craig Middle School track team is headed up north to Baggs. They’ll be back in Craig on Saturday for the Best of the Best Track Meet at Moffat County High School.
The Varsity Baseball team battles Basalt at 4 p.m. this afternoon at Craig Middle School, and then the Bulldogs take on Aspen in a doubleheader Saturday, starting at 11. Those games are also in Craig, and the graduating seniors will be recognized.
The Moffat County girls soccer team lost to Grand Valley last night for their last game of the season.
Local high school and middle school rodeo teams are competing in Rifle this weekend in the Northwestern Junior High and High School Rodeo. You can watch the rodeo at the Garfield County Fairgrounds in Rifle.
And don’t forget, Goat Yoga is tonight at 5 p.m. on the tennis courts at Moffat County High School. It costs $10 and it is a benefit for the high school Travel Club.
A Craig man was arrested Tuesday night after a hit-and-run at the Columbine Apartments. Police were called after a sedan backed into a motorcycle and damaged it, and then left. People at the apartments had the license plate of the car, but Craig Police Sergeant Fandel said the driver eventually came back to the scene. 20-year-old Issik Damian Herod was arrested for failing to report an accident, leaving the scene of an accident without providing the required information, and for attempting to influence a public servant. Herod has bonded out of jail.
A single vehicle roll-over this weekend resulted in the 18th death so far this year on Wyoming highways. 39-year-old Heather Wells of Casper was pulling a U-Haul trailer in her pickup on I-25 near Glenrock Saturday, when she lost control while going Continue reading
The Wild Horse Warriors for Sand Wash Basin are will be holding a meeting at Grandma’s Kitchen in Maybell next Saturday. A Soup and Sandwich bar will be available, with live entertainment also scheduled for the event. Lunch will take place from noon to 2 with the meeting following immediately Continue reading
51-year-old Melvin Newton, of Craig, was sentenced to 22 years in prison last week, after entering a guilty plea in two cases, one in Moffat and the other in Routt County. According to a news release from the 14th Judicial District, the Routt County case stemmed from an arrest in May of last year, when Newton was found with approximately 15 grams of methamphetamine in Hayden. Newton was arrested in Moffat County in August of last year, after a Continue reading
The man who died in a construction accident last week in Steamboat has been identified by the Routt County Coroner. According to Deputy Coroner Mitch Locke, the victim, 48-year-old Eric Becker, of Steamboat, was struck by a piece Continue reading
According to a new study, secondhand marijuana smoke may be worse than tobacco smoke. A study out of California found that arteries in rats contracted for about 90 minutes when exposed to second hand marijuana smoke, three times longer than when the rats were exposed to tobacco Continue reading
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Volunteers are needed for the Steamboat Springs Adopt-A-Street program. Anyone interested can adopt streets throughout Steamboat like Mt. Werner, Pine Grove and Walton Creek Road. Groups or individuals interested in Continue reading
The Bureau of Land Management in Rock Springs is looking for the public to comment on a Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Riley Ridge to Natrona Pipeline Project. If approved, the project would create approximately 380 jobs during the two-year construction period while generating $1.7 Continue reading
Colorado Parks and Wildlife will be holding two ‘State of the Fish’ gatherings in Summit and Grand County this week. Agency biologists and managers will be available to answer questions about the current status of local fisheries, and future management plans. The first meeting will be held on Continue reading
A construction worker died after a workplace accident yesterday afternoon in Steamboat. The 48-year-old man, who has not been identified, was struck by a piece of steel while helping to construct a home on Steamboat Boulevard. The Continue reading
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St. Mark’s Church of Grace will be holding a going away celebration for Frank and Tammie Hanel this weekend in Craig. The event will take place tomorrow from 11:30 to 1:30 at the Church. Food and beverages will be provided. Frank and Tammie Continue reading
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