Tag Archives: business

Shadow Mountain Club House May Be Re-Zoned For Buisness

The Moffat County Commissioners are considering changing the Shadow Mountain Club House zoning classification to a business category before it is auctioned in May.  Re-zoning the club house would give the purchaser additional ways to utilize the building.  It would also allow the county to collect Continue reading

State Of The Community Tickets On Sale

Tickets are on sale now for the annual State of the Community Dinner which will take place next month in Craig. Presentations during the dinner will focus on how Continue reading

Steamboat Man Arrested For Fraud

Another Steamboat Springs seasonal worker has been arrested this week for fraud. 25-year-old Chandra Pretap from India was arrested Monday on suspicion of theft and identity theft for defrauding a New York business out of $2,400. Police initiated the investigation into Pretap after Continue reading

Learn How To Get A Business Loan

There will be a free class this week for those interested in starting a business but aren’t sure about how to secure a loan. Participants will learn what banks look for before issuing a loan.  The class will show those Continue reading

Help Evaluate Local Business Climate

Members of the Craig and Moffat County Economic Development Partnership are asking Moffat County business owners and managers to fill out a survey to help assess the business climate in the area.  The survey will also help the Continue reading

Craig PD Needs Businesses To Update Info

Craig Police are asking local business owners to update their contact information with the Department. Officers have responded to multiple calls recently where they tried to contact the owner or the manager responsible for a business, but were unable to get a hold of anyone due to outdated information. Business owners are asked Continue reading

Senate Looks To Repeal “Death Tax”

Senator Cory Gardner has co-sponsored a bill aimed at repealing the federal estate tax, or death tax that could adversely affect farmers and small business owners in Colorado. Gardner says the tax has had a negative affect on Colorado families, especially those in rural farming communities, because the Continue reading

Scam Alert!

The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers of a scam taking place throughout the U.S. Scammers are calling people and asking “can you here me”, in effort to record the person on the other end of the line saying “Yes”. Scammers will then edit the recording and use it to authorize major purchases under the victims Continue reading

Scammers Target NW Colorado

A large number of telephone, email and letter scam have recently been reported in the area. In one scam a target is contacted by a person claiming to be a law enforcement officer and is told a family member is in custody and needs assistance. They are told to purchase gift cards and relay the codes on the gift cards to the caller. In certain cases, the victims is told to refrain from contacting additional Continue reading

Take Steps To Keep Pipes From Freezing

winterize-boatWith sub zero temperatures forecast this weekend in Northwest Colorado, it’s important for home and business owners to take the proper steps to keep their pipes from freezing. Home and business owners Continue reading

Prices To Increase With Minimum Wage

MINIMUM WAGEColorado business owners are already talking about raising prices due to the passage of Amendment 72.  Voters approved the minimum wage increase on Tuesday.  By 2020, employees must make at least $12 an hour, with tipped workers seeing their hourly rate Continue reading

Wyoming Election Day Rules And Regs

wyoming-flag-graphicPolls are open form 7 a.m to 7 p.m. today for the general election in Wyoming. Anyone who has not registered to vote before today may do so at the polls, and anyone in line to vote by 7 p.m. will be given an opportunity to vote. Employers are required by law to allow any employee who does not have 3 hours off Continue reading