The Large amounts of snow this winter will make for a wet spring and could make flooding an issue. It is always a possibility that melting snow combined with heavy spring rains may present problems with flooding in northwest Colorado. That means, if you Continue reading
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Today is the final day for Colorado residents to sign up by for insurance on Colorado’s health insurance marketplace to avoid a gap in coverage when the new year begins. This year, plans from “Colorado HealthOP” won’t be available because the cooperative is folding. That leaves some 80,000 residents without coverage or looking for a new provider. The final deadline for enrollment is January 31st. Those who don’t Continue reading
Individual insurance sign-ups under Colorado’s health care exchange are running ahead of pace from a year ago, when the marketplace opened for the first time. Connect For Health Colorado announced yesterday that more than 6,000 health and dental insurance plans were sold in the first full week of enrollment for 2015. That’s way Continue reading
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association will conduct a drop-in flu clinic tomorrow in Craig. The event is an opportunity for residents to get their flu shots. Those who have insurance should bring their cards along. Those who don’t will need to bring $21.50 to pay for each shot. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. The clinic takes place at Sunset Elementary tomorrow from 4 to 6. For more information, call 871-7624.
Love INC will hold a Back-to-School Fair this weekend. The Fair will include low cost immunizations for kids. There will also be food, school supplies, haircuts, games, prizes, balloons, and more provided for free for kids. The Fair will take place tomorrow from 9 to 1 at Continue reading
T. Wright Dickinson stopped by the Moffat County Commissioners meeting yesterday to update them on how things were going at the Swinging Bridge in Browns Park. Last week, a new employee of Dickinson’s mistakenly drove a tractor onto the bridge, which wasn’t able to handle its weight. The tractor fell Continue reading
Congressman Cory Gardner (CO-04) sent a letter last night to Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper requesting that the state of Colorado allow insurance companies the ability to restore health plans that were cancelled due to the President’s health care law. This request comes as 335,484 Coloradans have received cancellation Continue reading