Better Internet Coming To Moffat County?

broadband towerAs part of the quest to increase the City of Craig and Moffat County’s broadband capacity, the Craig City Council commissioned a broadband planning study at their Tuesday meeting. The study will be preformed by NEO Connect from Glenwood Springs. According to their website NEO Connect is at the forefront of broadband innovation, from planning to execution. Craig Mayor Ray Beck said the study, which will cost Continue reading

Wyoming Trails and Paths Assessed

wyoming-state-flag-EDIT-300A task force has been created to assess recreational trails and paths in Wyoming.  The goal is for the task force to create a report to help the state better understand the opportunities and challenges of non-motorized recreation. The task force was created through a law that was signed by Governor Matt Mead during the last legislative session.  This will be Continue reading

UPDATE: Rollover On Hwy 13 Sends Family to Hospital

Accident June 14 Hwy 13Four juveniles and two adults went to the hospital following a single vehicle rollover. The accident occurred 30 miles north of Craig on Highway 13 around 5 Tuesday afternoon.   All of the occupants were from  one family from Arizona. Continue reading

Craig Council And City Manager Reach Separation Agreement

jfereeA separation agreement between the City of Craig and City Manger Jim Ferree was unanimously approved by the Craig City Council Tuesday night. According to Craig Mayor Ray Beck the agreement includes the severance package that was laid out in Ferree’s contract. The Council also named Bruce Nelson as the interim Continue reading

2 Car Accident On Highway 13 In Craig

CRAIG-POLICE-BADGE-300There was a 2 vehicle accident yesterday morning in Craig involving a Peroulis Brothers coal hauling truck and a Union Cellular pickup. The accident occurred about 2 blocks north of the Kum and Go on Highway 13. Emergency officials checked the driver of the pickup for injuries at the Continue reading

UPDATE: Wildfire Advisories Issued For NW Colorado

Wildfires-300Due to winds and low humidity the National Weather Service has instituted warnings for Northwest Colorado related to wildfires. A red flag warning is in effect Thursday for the Little Snake and White River forest areas, which means Continue reading

Yampa Street Improvement Meeting Friday

SteamboatThe next public meeting to discuss the Yampa Street Improvement project will be held Friday morning. The meeting begins at 9 and will take place at Aurum Food and Wine. Yampa Street is currently closed to traffic between 7th and 9th streets. Construction is taking place between 7am to Continue reading

NW CO Students Graduate From Service Academies

service academy sealsTwo Service Academy Students from Northwest Colorado received praise from US representative Scott Tipton for Continue reading

Hayden Town Council Meeting Thursday

HAYDEN-300A Hayden Town Council meeting will be held tomorrow at the Hayden Town Hall beginning at 7. The council will discuss the construction of a new hotel restaurant and bar in Hayden. They will also discuss the plan for the land behind the town Continue reading

CO Grocery Stores Can Now Sell Booze

liquor-storeA bill that allows grocery stores in Colorado to sell full-strength beer, wine and liquor was signed By Governor John Hickenlooper last week. The bill lays out a fairly complicated plan to phase out Colorado’s existing liquor laws over a 20 year period, putting this legislation in Continue reading

Trails Closed Due To Vandalism

SteamboatThe Emerald Mountain Trailhead near Steamboat is closed, and will remain so until the beginning of July to allow the BLM to repair damage to a restroom and parking lot on Cow Creek Road. The damage was the result of vandals and the cost of repairs is estimated at Continue reading

Moffat County Drunk Drivers Beware

DUIThere will be a DUI saturation patrol this weekend in Moffat County. The Colorado State Patrol and local law enforcement will combine efforts to find and prevent drivers operating vehicles while impaired by drugs or alcohol. 200 people have Continue reading