Steamboat tax collections were up to start the year, according to the Final Sales Use and Accommodation Tax Report for January. Taxes for January grew by nearly 9%, or more than $200 thousand, as compared to January of 2017. The biggest tax increases came from marijuana Continue reading
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One Northwest Colorado wrestler claimed a Championship during the State Wrestling Tournament which was broadcast live on 93.7 102.3 KRAI and online at KRAI.COM. Sky Carlson of SoRoCo ended his season as the 2A State champion at 220 pounds, finishing the year undefeated at 39-0. Finishing second were Jace Logan of SoRoCo, Moffat County’s Miki Klimper, Steamboat’s Hayden Johnson, and Meeker’s Jacob Pelloni and Tannen Kennedy. Moffat County’s Elias Peroulis and Hayden’s Keenan Hayes each finished 4th, and Meeker’s James Amick and West Grand’s Noah Schroeder both finished in 6th place. Final results from the tournament are available below.
FINAL RESULTS FROM 2018 STATE WRESTLING Continue reading
Steamboat sales tax collections in April were slightly higher than previously thought. According to the final Sales Use and Accommodation Tax Report for April, taxes increased by more than 6.1 %, or nearly $70,000, as compared to April of last year. This is nearly $20,000 more than was Continue reading
Moffat County has joined a lawsuit against the BLM regarding its plan for Greater Sage Grouse management in Northwest Colorado. At their meeting yesterday, the Moffat County Commissioners entered into an agreement with Garfield, Jackson, and Rio Blanco counties to split the litigation expenses for the lawsuit. Garfield County will cover the majority of the Continue reading
Steamboat Springs Transit will operate additional service on New Year’s Eve. Additional buses will operate during the day and night on December 31st into the early morning hours of January 1st. Steamboat Springs Transit will operate unscheduled additional buses during the day to help Continue reading
Organizers say the USA Pro Challenge, which kicked off the 5th year of the race in Steamboat, had its biggest year yet by adding a women’s race. But the race still has yet to turn a profit. According to the race organizers, the Pro Challenge lost around $2 million this year. The good news Continue reading