Coyotes Extra Aggressive To Start The Year

Interaction between the public and coyotes in Colorado is much more common during the months of January and February, due to the fact that it is coyote breeding season. Coyotes tend to be more territorial than usual when they are defending an area where they plan to raise their young. Their increased hostility can be especially dangerous for Continue reading

Meth Fuled Man Beats Girlfriend And Dog

A Sweetwater County fugitive wanted for beating his girlfriend and her dog during a meth-fueled rage was arrested yesterday in Rock Springs.  33 year old Jesse Lee Reay was wanted on warrants of strangulation of a household member, domestic battery, interference with emergency calls and cruelty to animals. The charges stem from an Continue reading

MOCO Emergency Manager To Be Part Time

In an their ongoing effort to reduce expenses, The Moffat County Commissioners have changed the County Emergency Manager Position from full to part time. The commissioners Continue reading

Free Cervical Cancer Screenings

Free cervical cancer screenings are now being offered to woman ages 21 to 64 in Craig and Steamboat.  Northwest Colorado Health is offering the free Continue reading

Family Night Next Week

Connections 4 Kids is hosting a free family night next week in Craig. Families will be able to gather together and participate in a night of ceramic Continue reading

Hayden Town Council Meeting Thursday

The Hayden Town Council will meet tonight at 7:30 at the Hayden Town Hall. They will be discussing an appointment to the Parks and Recreation board of Trustees among other Continue reading

Rollover On Highway 13

No one was injured Tuesday night in a single vehicle rollover on Highway 13  when the driver lost control of his pickup just before 6, 10 miles south of Craig. According to a representative from the Craig Fire Department, icy roads and excessive speeds were thought to be contributing Continue reading

Heavy Snow Through Thursday Night

After waking up yesterday morning, there was one four letter word on everyone’s mind, SNOW! We asked 93.7 102.3 KRAI and 55 Country Meteorologist Don Day what made the recent storm so strong, and how much longer the snowfall will last.  Day says the storm resulted from a very moist jet stream pattern that moved off the Pacific Ocean Continue reading

Semi Accident Closes I-70 Near Silverthorne

I-70 was closed last night 4 miles east of Silverthorne for almost 6 hours after a semi crash. The accident occured around 7, when the semi driver rolled his tractor-trailer spilling his load of 50 foot oil and gas pipes onto both sides of the highway, closing I-70 in both directions. The Continue reading

Rentals Now Available At Stagecoach Reservoir

As part of their effort to encourage Coloradan’s to get outdoors, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife is now offering free snowshoe, ice fishing kit and fat tire bike rentals at Stagecoach State Park.  The snowshoe and fat bike rentals can be used on the six miles of parks trails, while the ice fishing kits will help visitors enjoy the popular winter activity.  Rentals are Continue reading

Recreation And Travel Plan For NW Colorado

The Bureau of Land Management is still attempting to develop a travel management plan for recreation areas in Northwest Colorado. To allow the community to be involved with the development of the plan, the BLM will host public open house this month in Craig. The open house is intended to help the BLM determine key issues with travel and Continue reading

Snow Dumps On Craig, Not Surrounding Areas

With only two inches of accumulation expected in Craig between yesterday and today, the amount of snow that fell was a surprise. Craig residents were not the only ones caught off guard this morning as the storm also surprised the National Weather Service in Grand Junction. In what John Kyle of the National Weather Service called an anomaly, Craig received the largest amount of snow from the storm. As much as 24 inches of Continue reading