Tag Archives: Craig

McCarthy Says Climate Change Deniers Aren’t Normal

mccarthyGina McCarthy, head of the EPA, says you are not normal if you don’t buy into Liberal Climate Change theories. In a recent speech talking about proposed climate change rules, McCarthy launched into a rant, calling Americans that aren’t convinced that man is bringing the planet to extinction through carbon and other pollution Continue reading

Colorado Cruisers Car Club Meeting

The monthly Colorado Cruisers Car Club meeting will be held Tuesday July 7th at 6:30.   The July meeting will be held at Craig’s Loudy-Simpson Park near the west shelter.  Members and anyone interested in learning more about, or joining the Car Club are encouraged to attend.   Call 824-8052 for information.

Routt County Communication Loses Communication

nophonesRoutt County Communications temporarily lost their 9-1-1 phone lines yesterday. It was around 3:30 yesterday afternoon when the Communications Center was notified that 9-1-1 calls to Routt County were being diverted to Craig. At around 5, Century Link notified dispatchers that they were having problems with Continue reading

Road Work Continues in Northwest Colorado

C-DOTRoad work continues on State Highway 9 in Grand County, as crews continue a wildlife mitigation project. Those looking to travel in that direction should know that delays of up to 45 minutes can occur. The project was shut down over the 4th of July weekend, Continue reading

Storm Spotter Classes Scheduled for Craig and Steamboat

national-weather-service-loThe National Weather Service is planning storm spotting training classes in Craig and Steamboat this month. The first class takes place in Steamboat July 20th. Those who attend will learn how to report weather incidents to the National Weather Service. The Steamboat class will take place from 6 to 8 in the evening at the Steamboat Continue reading

Plenty of Fireworks Shows to Enjoy Tomorrow Night

FIREWORKS-3-300There are plenty of places to celebrate the 4th of July and catch local professional fireworks displays tomorrow night. In Craig a parade will take place at 11. It will start at the Craig VFW and end at City Market. Fireworks will be set off tomorrow night from Moffat County High School. Steamboat is holding Cowboy Round-up Continue reading

Local Officials Promote Fireworks Safety

FIREWORKS-3-300As the 4th of July Holiday approaches law enforcement officials are reminding residents to play it safe when it comes to fireworks. Not only can many fireworks be dangerous, but most are illegal in Colorado. If it leaves the ground or explodes, it is not legal. Even legal fireworks can pose safety hazards. Health experts say sparklers Continue reading

Tipton Pleased with Supreme Court Ruling on Power Plant Emissions

SCOTT-TIPTON-NEW-300Congressman Scott Tipton says he is pleased with the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the Environmental Protection Agency did not do enough cost analysis before implementing their new power plant emissions rule. The Court said that the EPA did not consider the cost of compliance to the plants, the communities Continue reading

Tipton in Craig and Steamboat Monday and Tuesday

SCOTT-TIPTON-NEW-300Colorado Congressman Scott Tipton will be in Craig and Steamboat this week to meet with residents, local officials and business leaders. Tipton visits Craig Monday morning to talk with the Moffat County Commissioners about issues important to the area, such as sage grouse, water, EPA regulations and the ColoWyo Mine. He’ll Continue reading

State VFW Officers to Visit Craig Next Week

VFWState officers of the VFW will be in Craig next week. The state’s Quartermaster, Commander, Senior Vice Commander, and Junior Vice Commander will visit Craig for a meeting with vets and their families. The meeting will focus on promotion of the VFW and it’s mission to local vets. There will be an open forum the public can attend at 6 on the evening Continue reading

Legislation Gives States Protection from EPA

SCOTT-TIPTON-NEW-300Bipartisan legislation was passed yesterday, giving states protection from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed rule on existing power plants should a state’s governor, in consultation with state officials, determine that the federal plan would have an adverse impact on ratepayers or on the reliability of the state’s Continue reading

Road Work Cut Short Next Week

C-DOT-300Due to the 4th of July holiday, crews working on Highway 13 north of Craig will take next Friday off. Work is scheduled to continue Monday through Thursday of next week. Crews are Continue reading