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Fees Increased At Ice Arena

The Moffat County Commissioners approved fee increases for the Loudy-Simpson Park Ice Arena at their meeting this week. Fees will increase across the board, except for skate Continue reading

Preliminary Budget Passed, More Cuts Expected

The Moffat County Commissioners passed a preliminary budget for 2018 at their meeting yesterday. The County continues to experience budget difficulties as revenues from property taxes have fallen more Continue reading

Learn How To Do Business With Tri-State

Local business owners and managers who are interested in learning more about doing business with Tri-State can attend a Continue reading

Fees Going Up At Moffat County Landfill

Fees at the Moffat County Landfill will be going up for county residents, after the Moffat County Commissioners approved an increase at their meeting Tuesday. Prices will be going up across the board, except for Continue reading

Recreational Pot Fails To Make November Ballot

Craig citizens will not have the opportunity to vote to approve recreational marijuana sales and cultivation in the city during the upcoming election. At their meeting Tuesday night, the Craig City Council declined to move forward with three ballot questions Continue reading

Wyoming Insurance Premiums May Go Up 50%

Blue Cross Blue Shield, the only company to provide insurance on Wyoming’s Obama Care insurance exchange, has announced that they will seek a nearly 50% premium increase next year. A Blue Cross Blue Shield representative said the request is partially due Continue reading

Mercy Rule For CO High School Basketball

Colorado high school basketball games could be a little shorter next season under a new rule passed by the Colorado High School Activities Association. CHSAA Members voted to implement a basketball mercy rule by a vote of 59 to 11, earlier this week. The mercy rule would Continue reading

Taxes To Increase In Craig?

The Craig City Council will ask the community to help them deal with their budget constraints by passing a sales tax increase and approving a use tax during the upcoming April election. Craig has lost nearly $2 million out of its general fund in the past few years, and their current budget is the lowest it has been since 2008. To help deal Continue reading