Semi Collides With School Bus Near Craig

SCHOOL BUSNo injuries were reported following a collision Friday afternoon between a school bus and a semi-truck. The bus was stopped on the side of the road as the semi approached from behind. While, the semi avoided a Continue reading

Tax Deadline Approaching

irsThe April 15th tax filing deadline is fast approaching. The Internal Revenue Service is reminding taxpayers that quick and easy solutions are available if they can’t file their returns or pay their taxes on time, and they can even ask for an extension, make a payment or request payment options online. Most taxpayers Continue reading

Ski Patrol Member Suffers Serious Injuries in Fall

Steamboat-Ski-Resort-300A Steamboat Ski Patrol member was flown to a Denver hospital yesterday after reportedly suffering serious injuries in a fall at the Steamboat Ski Area. Authorities say 63-year old Michael Fosdick was skiing on the upper Rainbow Continue reading

Flood Potential Reduction Results in Lower Premiums in Steamboat

City-of-SteamboatDuring the recent recertification process that is part of the City of Steamboat’s participation in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and the Continue reading

Fuller Center Plans a Work Day

Fuller-CenterThe Moffat County Fuller Center for Housing is planning another work day in Craig, and they’re looking for volunteers to help them out. Those that show up should bring gloves. The work day is planned for Saturday, April Continue reading

Legislators Debating Testing Standards

standardized testsState legislators are debating a proposal for Colorado to retreat from the Common Core educational standards, one of a slew of education reforms bills being considered. The Senate bills are before the Education Committee, which Continue reading

Lawmakers Consider Allowing Medical Use of Pot While on Probation

MARIJUANA-300Colorado has allowed medical marijuana use for 15 years – but not for people on probation or parole. A bill in the state House would change that policy. It would say that pot use doesn’t amount to a probation violation for people with medical clearance to use the drug. The hearing comes two days after Arizona’s highest court Continue reading

9th Street Closed for Shadow Mountain Project

shadow mountain village meeting-150 editResidents of the Shadow Mountain neighborhood in Craig will have to adjust their routes home, starting tomorrow. The project to replace water and sewer lines  in the neighborhood will require 9th street to close tomorrow, from the top of the hill to Aspen Street. That means the Cottonwood Continue reading

Hospital Foundation Receives Grant for Record Keeping

TMHThe Memorial Hospital Foundation has announced they’ve received a $30,000 grant from the Caring for Colorado Foundation. The Caring for Colorado Foundation’s vision is to ensure that the people of Colorado are the healthiest in the nation. They provide funding to build health care capacity, strengthen existing Continue reading

M.C. Commissioners Write Letter Supporting Coal Industry

coalThe Mofat County Commissioners have sent a letter to the Senate Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Energy Committee, asking for their support of Senate Resolution 15-021, which recognizes the importance of coal to the Colorado Continue reading

Gates Foundation Helps BOCES Toward Grant Goal

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOLThe Gates Family Foundation has awarded Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services $65,000 throughout three years to support development and implementation of a System for Educator Effectiveness Development. The project is funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Continue reading

Meeting Looks at Alternatives to Obamacare

OBAMACARE2A meeting will be held tonight at the Center of Craig, for those looking for alternatives to Obamacare. The Bears Ears Tea Party Patriots are hosting tonight’s event. It starts at 7 at the Center of Craig, and everyone is welcome.