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Forum For Hayden School Board Candidates

There will be a forum for candidates running for the Hayden school board tonight. The Hayden Education Association will host the forum which will include a question and answer session for the candidates. The forum be tonight at 6, at the Continue reading

Forums For Steamboat And MOCO School Board Candidates

School board candidates will address voters in both Craig and Steamboat next week. A board of education candidate’s forum will be held in Craig next Thursday night starting at 6, at the Craig Middle School Auditorium.  Candidates will provide a brief opening statement and will Continue reading

Bad Weather Contributed To Plane Crash

The National Transportation Safety Board has released a preliminary report concerning the plane crash that killed a Fort Collins family earlier this month. The report found the pilot, 47-year-old Jeff Makepeace was flying through high winds and low visibility when he crashed the plane 9 miles Continue reading

Moffat County Tourism Director Resigns

Moffat County Tourism Director Tom Kleinschnitz recently submitted his resignation after working at the job for about a year. Kleinschnitz’s last day as director will be next Tuesday. The Moffat County Tourism Association Board will look to fill the director position as soon Continue reading

2 Seats Open On Steamboat School Board

The Steamboat Springs School District will have 2 board seats, each for a four year term, on the November 7th ballot. To be qualified, a candidate must have been a registered voter for the school district for at least 12 consecutive months before the election. Nomination petitions can be picked now up at the Steamboat School District Office. Petitions require 50 eligible voters’ signatures. The deadline Continue reading

Craig Chamber Looking To Fill Board Of Directors

The Craig Chamber of Commerce is looking for individuals to serve on the Chamber’s board of directors. The board meets the second Thursday of each month from 11:30 to 1. Members are expected to regularly attend the monthly meetings, sit on at least one of the Chambers sub-committees and to Continue reading

Investigation Of Lift Fall That Killed Women Finished

The investigation into the chairlift fall, which killed a Texas mother and injured her two daughters at Ski Granby Ranch in December, has been completed. The Colorado Passenger Tramway Safety Board has deemed that the fall occurred due to recent changes to the Continue reading

Steamboat Police Chief Named To State Board

Steamboat Police Chief Cory Christensen has been appointed to the Colorado Peace Officers Standard and Training Board by Governor Hickenlooper. The board is made up of professionals and experts from law and law enforcement communities. The POST board 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

TMH Purchases Moffat County Family Clinic

The Memorial Hospital has purchased the Moffat County Family Clinic, and agreed that owner Dr. Larry Kipe, will continue to work as a physician for the clinic moving forward. Hospital CEO Andy Daniels says the hospital board is pleased to welcome such a well respected member of the medical community to the hospital team, and they Continue reading

Volunteers Needed For MOCO Child Welfare Panel

The Moffat County Commissioners are looking for volunteers to fill the Moffat County Citizens Review Panel for Child Welfare. The three member board is responsible for Continue reading

Cause Of Chairlift Death Determined

Mechanical issues  were the cause of the fall of a mother and her two daughters from a chairlift at Ski Granby Ranch that occurred last month. According to a report from the Colorado Passenger Tramway Safety Board, the chair struck the supporting tower before the three fell.  The board’s investigation into the incident, Continue reading