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Gas Prices To Reach Levels Not Seen Since 2015

According to AAA, gas prices are soon expected to be at their highest levels since the summer of 2015. Americans can expect to pay as much as $2.70 per gallon this spring – nearly 40 cents more per gallon than this time last year. Experts say that instability in some oil-producing regions, high crude oil prices, and high domestic demand have combined to drive Continue reading

Moffat And Rio Blanco Unemployment Rates Up

The Colorado Unemployment rate increased slightly between November and December, according to a new report from Colorado Department of Labor. The unemployment rate increased .2% to 3.1% over that time period. The National unemployment rate went Continue reading

Severe Weather Possible This Winter

Winter weather could be severe again this year as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center is forecasting potential La Nina conditions for the second year in a row. Typical La Nina patterns during winter include above average precipitation Continue reading

Colorado Unemployment Rate Unchanged

The Colorado Unemployment rate went unchanged between July and August, according to a new report from Colorado Department of Labor. The unemployment rate remained at 2.4% over that time period. The National unemployment rate increased Continue reading

Below Average ACT Scores For Wyoming Students

Wyoming’s class of 2017 had the 35th ranked ACT scores in the U.S. according to Department of Education data. Numbers show that Wyoming is one of only 17 states which had its entire graduating class take the test last year. New Hampshire had the highest scores in the nation, with an Continue reading

Colorado Unemployment Rate Hits New Low

The Colorado Unemployment rate decreased again between March and April according to the Department of Labor, setting another record low for the State. The rate fell three tenths of a percent to 2.3%, which is the lowest the rate has been since the Continue reading

Above Average Snow Pack Levels In Colorado

Recent snowfall in the high country is good news for skiers and snowmobilers in Colorado.  The average statewide snow pack stands at 115-percent of normal.  Those numbers have increased by ten-percent in the last week.  Experts say the biggest change is in the southern part of the state, where figures have Continue reading