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Penalties For Unattended Fires May Go Up

Lawmakers in the State Legislature have introduced a new bill, aimed at cutting down on preventable wildfires in Colorado. If passed, people who leave campfires burning on public lands in the state would face more strenuous penalties and fines. The State House of Continue reading

Learn To Play Bridge In A Day

Those interested in learning to play Bridge are being invited to a Learn Bridge in a Day event this weekend in Steamboat. The Bridge seminar will take place Saturday February 17th from 10 to 4 at the Steamboat Community Center. Players will be introduced to the Continue reading

Accused Human Trafficker Faces Federal Charges

A Washington man, who was arrested in Sweetwater County last month for suspected Human Trafficking and Sexual Servitude of a Minor, now faces federal charges. The FBI took custody of 63-year-old David Vier this week. He is now being charged in the US District Court in Cheyenne with felony Transportation Continue reading

Snowmobiler Rescued From Rabbit Ears

An injured snowmobiler had to be rescued over the weekend on Rabbit Ears Pass. A 62-year-old Kremmling man injured several ribs in an accident Saturday afternoon. A search and Continue reading

Don’t Plug Space Heaters Into Power Strips

With cold weather now here, fire officials are warning people not to plug space heaters into power strips or extension cords. This is due to the fact that space heaters use a lot of Continue reading

Turn In Ballots, Vote In Person By Tuesday

Voters need to submit their ballots by Tuesday to their local County Clerk’s office. You can vote in person Tuesday at certified polling locations between 7 am and 7 pm. Those still planning to submit a mail-in ballot need to drop it off at Continue reading

Bull Moose Found Shot Dead Near Meeker

A bull moose was found dead, shot and abandoned last month near Rio Blanco County Road 115, east of Meeker.  Colorado Parks and Wildlife is asking for assistance from the public to find out how it got there.  CPW believes the moose Continue reading

Woman Turns Self In On Warant, 2 Still Wanted

Jessica Varah turned herself in to Craig Police earlier this week. A warrant was issued for Varah’s arrest last week for failure to appear on a traffic offense and also for a Contempt charge, concerning dangerous drugs. Police are still looking for Michael Carson for failure to appear on a contempt of court and failure to comply charge. A warrant was issued Continue reading

Mail In Ballots By Today

By now, Colorado voters should have received their election ballots in the mail. Note that there are two ways of returning your ballot. The ballot can be returned by mail, or can be dropped off at your local County Clerks office. If you are planning on mailing in your ballot it is recommended that you do Continue reading

Mail In Ballots Should Arrive Soon

Mail-in Ballots for the upcoming election in November should be arriving this week. Ballots will be accepted at your local County Clerk’s office through 7 pm on Tuesday November 8th. If you plan to return you ballot by mail it’s recommended that it be filled out and submitted by no later than November 1st. Colorado voters can Continue reading

Semi Roll-Over Closes Highway 40

A semi truck rolled over on the west side Rabbit Ears pass Thursday afternoon, closing the highway. The semi, which was hauling lumber spilled its load onto the roadway. According to a Facebook post from Steamboat Springs Fire and Rescue, a hazmat team was called in to clean up Continue reading

Police Search For Craig Man

Police are looking for help in locating 26-year-old Ethan Tyrel Robinson. A warrant was issued for Robinson’s arrest after he failed to turn himself into authorities over the weekend. Robinson received two additional failure to comply charges for not turning himself in at the agreed upon time. While Robinson Continue reading