Tag Archives: Kremmling

Bighorn Sheep Found With Head Cut Off

colorado parksThe body of a bighorn sheep with it’s head removed was found last week southwest of Kremmling. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is offering a $1000 reward for any information leading to a citation or arrest. It is not known how the animal died, but a press release alluded that the animal may have died in Continue reading

Highway 40 Rollover Death

HIGHWAY-40-150A Kremmling man died yesterday in a single vehicle rollover crash on Highway 40.   The victim, 31 year old Blake Mascia was killed when the Jeep CJ he was driving went off the road, collided with a tree and rolled down a steep embankment.  The accident occurred  about 8 miles east of Kremmling.  Mascia Continue reading

Kremmling Hunter not Charged for Killing Gray Wolf

gray-wolfFederal officials say no charges will be filed against a hunter who killed a protected gray wolf in Colorado after mistaking it for a coyote. The Fish and Wildlife Service said yesterday an investigation concluded the hunter didn’t intend to kill a wolf. Officials say the hunter was legally Continue reading

Fatal Crash near Kremmling

fatal-300A single vehicle rollover crash last night on Highway 40, about 25 miles west of Kremmling, took the life of a teenage boy.  Troopers responded to the scene and determined that a 16 year old boy from Kremmling, was traveling on Continue reading

Accident Kills Kremmling Man

Vehicle-Accident-300A single vehicle accident late Saturday afternoon claimed the life of a Kremmling man. The rollover crash occurred on Colorado Highway 125 approximately 15 miles northwest of Walden. A van, being driven by Candido Pinedo of Kremmling, was traveling northbound on Highway 125 when the van Continue reading

Parks and Wildlife Remind Hunters about Highway 9 Project

colorado parksColorado Parks and Wildlife advises all hunters planning to travel on State Highway 9 this fall that now is the time to get information, plan an alternate route or anticipate extended delays due to major road construction. The highway, one of the main routes from Interstate 70 to prime hunting areas in Colorado’s Northwest Region, is Continue reading

Leaving Craig this Summer Means Leaving Early

C-DOTTraveling outside of Craig is taking a little more time than normal these days. Moffat County Commissioner Chuck Grobe updated the audience Tuesday on road construction activity Continue reading

Sportsmens Roundtable to be Held in Kremmling Next Week

colorado parksLocal sportsmen and women are invited to meet and discuss hunting and fishing issues with their citizen representatives during the Northwest Region Sportsmen’s Roundtable caucus next week in Kremmling. There are a variety of topics open for discussion, including the 2015 Strategic Plan, the West Slope Mule Deer Strategy, and Continue reading

Women’s Cast and Blast Scheduled for Kremmling

colorado parksWomen interested in learning the basics of fly fishing, archery and how to handle a shotgun safely are invited to a women­ only ‘Cast, Blast and Twang’ clinic in Kremmling. Designed for novices 18 and older, no experience or equipment is required. The class fee is $20 and pre-­registration is required. Space is limited and the Continue reading

Wildlife Officials Confirm Animal Killed Near Kremmling was Gray Wolf

gray-wolfWildlife officials say a coyote-like animal killed near Kremmling was a gray wolf. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced yesterday that DNA tests were used to confirm the species. A legal coyote hunter shot the animal April 29th and immediately notified state wildlife officials. Continue reading

Northwest RAC to Meet in Kremmling Next Month

BLMThe Bureau of Land Management’s Northwest Resource Advisory Council will meet next month. The meeting is open to the public, with public comment periods related to items on the agenda scheduled for 10 in the morning and 2 in the afternoon. Agenda items include a presentation Continue reading

Wildlife Officials Testing Shot Animal to Determine Whether Wolf or Coyote

us-fish-wildlife-300The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is conducting DNA tests on an animal shot by a coyote hunter near Kremmling to determine if the animal is a gray wolf. The hunter thought the animal was a coyote. After shooting the animal he realized it looked like a wolf and turned it over to Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Grey wolves are protected under the Endangered Species Act. Colorado is Continue reading