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Structure Fire Northwest Of Craig

A two car garage with living quarters above caught fire northwest of Craig Thursday afternoon near Moffat County Road 200. The fire which began on the outside of the structure spread to adjacent vegetation and firewood piles and threatened additional Continue reading

Use Fire Safety When In The Back Country

With wildfires burning across Northwest Colorado and hunting and fall color viewing season on the horizon, the public is being reminded to use good fire safety practices while out in the back country. The potential for a wildfire Continue reading

MOCO To Receive Help With Brand Development

Moffat County has received approval to take part in a State of Colorado program called Blueprint 2.0. Launched in 2015, Blueprint 2.0, is a bottom-up effort to turn community feedback on local economic needs into initiatives Continue reading

Rangely Business Destroyed By Fire

A business was completely destroyed by a fire earlier this week in Rangely. According to a representative from the Rangely Police, the Rocky Mountain Well Service building on Gillam Road was completely engulfed in flames when crews arrived on the scene Monday Continue reading

MOCO And Craig To Combine Building Departments

In their ongoing efforts to control costs, Moffat County  and the City of Craig will combine their building departments into a Regional building Department that will be in charge of both city and county operations. Due to Continue reading

Get Updates On Building Codes

A Building Code presentation will be held by the Routt County Regional Building Department this week in Steamboat. Representatives from the department will be discussing adoption of the Continue reading

Snow Collapses Building In Craig

DSCN2522editSnow was apparently the cause of a building collapse in Craig. The collapse of the brick building occurred sometime late Thursday or early Friday. It was unoccupied at the time. The building, on the 300 block of Breeze Street, is reportedly owned by Greg Herman of Hayden and was being used to store Continue reading