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MOCO Social Services Doing An “Excellent Job” Processing Medicaid Applications

healthfirstco_logofinal_cmykAccording to the State of Colorado, 100% of the Medicaid applications filed since April by The Moffat County Social Services Department, have met state requirements for timeliness. Marc Williams from the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, says that county Continue reading

Help Moffat County Control Noxious Weeds

MOFFAT-COUNTY-LOGO-300Moffat County is looking to fill 5 seats on the Noxious Weed Advisory Board. Noxious weeds are any weeds that are considered detrimental to agricultural crops, natural habitats, humans or Continue reading

Steamboat Fire Academy Accepting Applications

STEAMBOAT FIRE RESCUEThe Steamboat Springs Fire Academy is now accepting applications for prospective fire fighters. Applications must be submitted by April 20th. The Steamboat Springs Fire Academy provides entry level training for people interested in the fire service. Individuals that complete the program Continue reading

Applications Being Accepted For Steamboat Teen Council

TEEN COUNCILThe Steamboat Springs Teen Council is now accepting applications for the 2016-2017 school year. The all-teen organization’s goal is to give teens a voice in their community. Teen Council members have the opportunity to Continue reading

Steamboat Youth Corps Accepting Applications

cycThe Steamboat Community Youth Corps (CYC) is accepting applications from 14 to 16 year old teens to join the Corps for the upcoming summer. CYC offers the youth of the Yampa Valley an opportunity to earn while they learn by contributing to community improvement projects. Applications are due tomorrow and are available online.  Completed applications can also Continue reading

Steamboat Teen Council Taking Applications

TEEN COUNCILThe Steamboat Teen Council is taking applications from those who would like to join the group. The all-teen organization works to give teens a voice in the community. Participants will Continue reading

Steamboat Youth Corps Recruiting Members and Leaders

cycThe Steamboat Springs Community Youth Corps (CYC) is now accepting applications for 14 to 16 year old teens to join for the summer. CYC offers youth an opportunity to earn while they learn by contributing to community improvement projects. The group is also seeking seasonal Crew Leaders & Assistant Crew Leaders for a supervisory position. The person would Continue reading

Applications for LEAP Available Soon

LEAPApplications for the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program, or LEAP, will be available soon. LEAP is a program designed to help low-income households meet their winter home heating costs; it does not pay the entire cost of home heating. The program period is November 1st through April 30th. For most households, LEAP benefits will be paid directly to the utility company or fuel supplier. Processing your LEAP application takes time. Program reps urge applicants to keep their accounts current by making payments towards heat bills on time to avoid disruption of service. Qualification is based Continue reading

Tipton Searches for Academy Candidates

SCOTT-TIPTON-300Congressman Scott Tipton’s (CO-03) office is currently accepting applications from students who are interested in attending a United States Service Academy in 2015. Each year members of Congress are able to nominate a limited number of people from their districts to the U.S. Service Academies-including the Air Force, West Point, Continue reading

Leadership Steamboat Now Accepting Applications

leadership steamboatLeadership Steamboat is now accepting applications for the class of 2015. A joint program of the Steamboat Chamber and Colorado Mountain College, Leadership Steamboat develops community leaders in business and community service with a comprehensive look at the Continue reading

Wildfire Risk Reduction Grants Available

CDNRThe Colorado Department of Natural Resources is accepting applications for a third round of awards under the Wildfire Risk Reduction Grant Program. This phase will provide $3.5 million to reduce the risk of wildfire in areas where human development and forested lands overlap, Continue reading