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One Injured In House Fire

One person sustained minor injuries in a house fire on Taylor Street, Saturday morning  in Craig. According to a Craig Fire and Rescue representative, firefighters responded to the fire just before 4. It was caused by faulty Continue reading

Teens Arrested For Vehicle Theft

Two Rock Springs teens are in custody following a burglary, car theft, and pursuit in Sweetwater County Monday.  Officers responded to reports of a possible fight Monday evening at the Life Skills Wyoming residential house. While Continue reading

Tax Reform Talk With Congressman Tipton

Congressman Scott Tipton Joined Wild West Radio recently to discuss a variety of issues, including tax reform, Child Health Insurance Program or CHIP funding, Sage Grouse Conservation, the Obamacare repeal process, and we also got the Congressman’s Continue reading

Open House Concerning Recreation Master Plan

The City of Steamboat will host an open house tomorrow concerning the Parks, Recreation, Open Space, Trails and River Master Plan. The plan will provide a 10-year vision for the city’s park and recreation facilities, as well as an action plan for implementation. The public is invited to the open house Continue reading

Yampa Valley Gives Rally In Craig

To get people ready for Yampa Valley Gives Day in Moffat County, members of Yampa Valley Gives will host a rally at the Moffat County Court House Thursday. The rally will be held from 11 to 11:30. During the Continue reading

Tree Lighting Ceremonies Friday And Saturday

There will be lighting ceremonies this weekend in Hayden and Steamboat to help kick off the Christmas season. The Light up the Night community tree lighting will occur tonight in Steamboat.  The countdown for the lighting starts tonight at 6 on the Routt County Courthouse lawn. The Continue reading

Bill To Facilitate “All-Of-The-Above” Energy Policy Advances

A bill that would set the United States on a path towards developing a responsible, all-of-the-above energy strategy was passed out of the House Natural Resources Committee earlier this week. The bill, which was sponsored by Colorado Congressman Scott Tipton, would require the Energy Information Administration to project U.S. energy needs over the Continue reading

Haunted House Open In Craig

The Craig American Legion Haunted House opened its doors last night.  The haunted house will be open from 7 to 10 nightly tonight and tomorrow night and again next week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.  On Monday and Tuesday, the 30th and 31st the haunted house will be open from 5 to 10.  Admission is Continue reading

Balloon Fest And Car Show Festivities Start Today

The Moffat County Balloon Festival and Colorado Cruiser’s Car Show begins today at Loudy-Simpson Park in Craig. There will Adventure Zone Inflatable’s for the kids starting this afternoon at 5. A barbecue Continue reading

Bill Looks To Streamline Sage-Grouse Habitat Protection

A bill has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives that would streamline the approval process for vegetation management projects aimed at protecting or restoring sage-grouse and mule deer habitat in the west. Congressman Scott Tipton was part of the group of congressmen to introduce the Sage-Grouse and Mule Deer Habitat Conservation and Restoration Act. The rapid encroachment of Continue reading

Mitsch Bush Announces Plan To Challenge Tipton

Diane Mitsch Bush of Steamboat Springs has announced that she will challenge Representative Scott Tipton for Colorado’s Third U.S. Congressional District seat in 2018. Mitsch Bush is currently serving in the State Legislature and has formerly served as a Routt County Commissioner. Mitsch Bush, who was elected to the Colorado Legislature in Continue reading

Congress Passes VA Accountability Bill

The VA Accountability and Whistle-blower Protection Act, a bill that would make it easier to discipline and fire Department of Veterans Affairs employees was passed last week by the US House of Representatives.  The legislation would make it easier for the Department of Veterans Affairs to discipline or fire employees who do not provide Continue reading