Coloradans Hit The Road For Thanksgiving

holiday-travelThe number of Coloradans traveling more than 50 miles from their homes for the Thanksgiving holiday is expected to increase for the 9th straight year.  AAA is estimating that approximately 791 thousand Coloradans or 14.5% of the population will travel away from home for the Thanksgiving Continue reading

DUI Saturation Patrol In Moffat County

DUIThe Colorado State Patrol, and local law enforcement agencies, will be working together over the Thanksgiving weekend to conduct a DUI saturation patrol in Moffat County. During the patrol, they will be looking to take intoxicated drivers off the road. Of the 108 traffic injuries investigated this year by Colorado State Patrol in Continue reading

BLM Continues Wild Horse Trapping

wild horsesThe Bureau of Land Management is making progress in their efforts to trap wild horses in the Sand Wash Heard Management Area in Northwest Colorado. So far the BLM has gathered 26 horses from the area.  12 of those horses were released back to the range with 5 mares receiving fertility treatments. 10 of the horses gathered have been removed and will be Continue reading

Colorado Kids Are Less Obese

obese-childA new study shows kids aren’t quite as obese in Colorado as in other states. The study shows obesity rates in children ages two-to-four are dropping when they are enrolled in the supplemental nutrition program. Colorado’s rate dropped to 8.5% in 2014, Continue reading

Beaver Creek Fire Costs Estimated At $30 Million

WILD FIREThe nearly 60 square mile Beaver Creek Fire continues to smolder 20 miles northwest of Walden near the Colorado and Wyoming Border. Officials are now estimating that state has spent approximately $30 Million Continue reading

Tickets Available For Trump’s Inauguration

inaugurationIf you’d like to see President-Elect Trump’s inauguration in January, you can get tickets from Sen. Cory Gardner.  His office Continue reading

Free Park Admission Black Friday

colorado parksIf Black Friday shopping is not your thing, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is offering a cheaper less stressful option for black Friday activities. CPW is giving away free admission to all State Parks Friday as part of a new tradition they are calling Fresh Air Friday. The CPW Director says this is an opportunity for Continue reading

Colorado Explores Digital Drivers Licenses

bannerfordmvDigital driver’s licenses may be coming to Colorado. The state Department of Revenue announced that the DMV has been selected to Continue reading

Trump To Cancel “Job Killing Restrictions” On Coal

President elect Donald Trump posted a YouTube video yesterday in which he said one of his initial goals after he is sworn into office on January 20th is to cancel “Job Killing Restrictions” On Coal.  In the video Trump also called for reduction of government regulations.  You can view entire video below.

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Get Your Flu Shot Soon

flu-shot-logoThe Colorado state health department is reminding people to get flu shots before Thanksgiving. Flu season typically peaks in January after the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday seasons. Active germs become prevalent during events with a lot of people, like family gatherings. The flu sent over 16-hundred Coloradans to the hospital and so far this year, eight have been Continue reading

Work On The Yampa River Starts Monday

YAMPA RIVERThe Yampa River Core Trail in Steamboat will be closed periodically over the next two weeks to allow work to take place on the Yampa River. The City of Steamboat is partnering with the Friends of the Yampa to Continue reading

Man Arrested On Warrant Charged With Possession

lee_gregory-3A man who was wanted in Sweetwater County was arrested Friday by Sweetwater County Sheriffs Deputies.  26 year old Gregory Joseph Lee was wanted on warrant for violating his probation, stemming from an unlawful possession of methamphetamine charge.  The Sweetwater County Sheriff’s Narcotics and Arrest Group received Continue reading