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Register For Teens On Tour Trip To Denver

Registration is now open for the Teens on Tour overnight trip to Denver next Thursday and Friday.  Teens on Tour is open to kids in 6th through 8th grade and is sponsored by the City of Steamboat’s Parks and Community Service Department.  Activities will include swimming at the Silverthorne Rec Continue reading

Totally Kids Banquet Fundraiser Sunday

The annual Totally Kids banquet and auction fundraiser will take place this weekend in Hayden. Tickets for the event can be purchased for $10 for adults, $5 for kids between 5 and 12 years old while kids 4 Continue reading

Free Community Appreciation Celebration

The Yampa Valley Pregnancy and Family Center is hosting a Community Appreciation Celebration this weekend in Craig. To thank the community for their support, the Family Center will offer a free spaghetti dinner to all who attend. The celebration will take place Saturday Continue reading

New City Manager Bullish On Craig’s Future

Newly hired Craig City Manager Mike Foreman, met with the Yampa Valley Young Professionals last night to present his plans for the future of Craig. While Foreman anticipates numerous challenges ahead for the city, the overall tone of his presentation was optimistic. Foreman said Continue reading

Digital Marketing Class Wednesday

A free digital marketing class will be held this week at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Craig. Participants will learn the process of digital Continue reading

Donate To Help Rodney Dunham Of Meeker

Donations are being accepted for an auction to help cover the medical costs of Rodney Dunham of Meeker, who was injured in a snowmobile accident. The 47 year old sustained severe lower back and neck injuries during the incident.  Donated items can be dropped off at Meeker General Mercantile, while cash donations can be made at Mountain Valley Bank Continue reading

Steamboat Residents Should Help Remove Snow

With snow expected through the weekend, the City of Steamboat is asking the community for their assistance with snow removal operations. Residents are responsible for maintaining their own driveways, parking areas and sidewalks. Snow should be kept on your property, and never push snow into a public street. Fire hydrants should remain un-covered Continue reading

Coffee With Council Friday

The 2017 Coffee with Council sessions in Steamboat will kick off Friday morning. Councilman Scott Ford and others will be at the meeting to discuss any topics of concern to the public. The meeting will be held from 7:30 to 9 in the Centennial Hall. The monthly Coffee with Council and Continue reading

Learn To Market Via Social Media

Social Media Marketing classes are being offered over the next couple months at Colorado Northwestern Community College.  The classes will give participants the opportunity to learn what makes social media Continue reading

What Makes Certain Rural Economies Resilient?

A new report detailing what makes certain rural Colorado economies more resilient than others has been released by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International trade. The report found that key indicators of economic resiliency were the quality of life, education and health care and industry diversity. Factors that prevent Continue reading

Discussion To Help Those With Holiday Blues

NW Colorado HealthNorthwest Colorado Health will host a Holiday support discussion this week for individuals who have a difficult time during the Continue reading

Sign Up For Low Income Energy Assistance

LEAPApplications can now be filled out for the 2016, 2017, Low Income Energy Assistance Program or LEAP. LEAP provides financial assistance to low income households to help them deal with their winter heating costs. The program runs from the first of November through the end of April. If you received LEAP last year, an application will be sent to you in the mail. If you have not participated in LEAP in the past, but believe you may qualify for the benefits, applications can be picked up at the Moffat Continue reading