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Wildfire West Of Steamboat

An intentionally set fire yesterday afternoon got out of control near Routt County Road 44 west of Steamboat. Wind drove the fire to a grassy area, burning approximately 2 acres before being extinguished. The fire threatened Continue reading

Steamboat To Lift Water Restrictions

Water restrictions that were instituted in May in Steamboat will be lifted this weekend. The restrictions will be removed Saturday, but residents are still being asked to conserve water around their homes and property.  Summer water usage data indicates that, under the mandatory stage 2 Continue reading

CPW Releases App For Colorado Anglers

Colorado Parks and Wildlife has launched CPW Fishing, the agency’s official mobile fishing app. The app is designed for anglers seeking information on new fishing locations or needing to check for updated regulations while on the water. CPW Fishing allows anglers to explore the state’s waters, Continue reading

Practice Fire Safety While In Wyoming For Eclipse

Those traveling to Wyoming for the eclipse are being encouraged to practice fire safety while out on public lands in the state. Between 400,000 and 1.2 million people expected to travel to the state for the eclipse. Fire danger in the state is still high and fire restrictions are still in place on all Continue reading

Petition To Be A City Council Candidate

The City of Steamboat has released the nominating petition for candidates seeking to run for Steamboat Springs City Council in the November election. There are city council positions open in districts one, two and three, with an at-large position also available. Eligible candidates must be 18 years of age or older on the day of the election. They must have Continue reading

Wyoming Unemployment Rate Dips

Wyoming’s unemployment rate decreased in June, falling to 3.9 percent, down .2% from the May unemployment rate of 4.1%. While this is a positive sign, it may be slightly misleading, as Wyoming has lost more than 5,000 people from the work force since June of last year. This suggests that the decreases Continue reading

Shadow Mountain Home Owners Owe Money

Several property owners in Shadow Mountain Village are behind on their payments to Moffat County to pay for improvements to the water system that occurred over the last three years. Each property owner in Shadow Mountain was responsible for paying a little over $2,000 for the work, which can be paid in 20 annual installments of Continue reading

Steamboat Stage 2 Water Restrictions Extended

Due to minimal precipitation since they were instituted, Stage 2 water restrictions will remain in place throughout the summer in Steamboat. Steamboat’s four water districts decided to institute water restrictions in the spring and will continue to use a conservative Continue reading

UPDATE: Rollover On Highway 13

Two people were injured in a single vehicle rollover Friday on Highway 13 north of Craig. 39 year old Gerardo Martinez Da La Cruz was driving when he lost control of his vehicle just before one.  Da La Cruz and his passenger, 33-year-old Ana Perez-Alvarez, were both wearing Continue reading

Steamboat Water Restriction In Effect Monday

Due to minimal precipitation and above average temperatures this winter, combined with a very dry February and March, water restrictions will go into effect Monday in Steamboat. Because of these conditions, water providers Continue reading

Steamboat Man Arrested For Fraud

Another Steamboat Springs seasonal worker has been arrested this week for fraud. 25-year-old Chandra Pretap from India was arrested Monday on suspicion of theft and identity theft for defrauding a New York business out of $2,400. Police initiated the investigation into Pretap after Continue reading

UPDATE: Two Injured In Roll-Over

Two people were injured yesterday during a single vehicle rollover on Highway 40, 5 miles east of Craig. Emergency personnel responded to the accident just before 7 last night.  Though the injuries were believed to be minor, both were transported to the Memorial Hospital as a Continue reading