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Get Paid To Lose Weight

Registration is open now for Northwest Colorado Health’s Weigh and Win program.  Weigh and Win is a free community program that provides cash incentives to participants who reach weight loss goals. To qualify for the cash incentive, participants have Continue reading

Vehicle Fire At Wyoming Landfill

No one was injured when a pickup caught fire at the Rock Springs Landfill earlier this week.  Fire fighters were able to get the vehicle extinguished after responding to the scene Monday afternoon. The driver of Continue reading

UPDATE: Ex-Steamboat City Councilwoman Has Neck Stabilization Surgery

Mary Brown, who sustained serious injuries after crashing her bike in Steamboat earlier this month, had a successful neck stabilization surgery Saturday, according to the website on CaringBridge.org. The family says they realize she has a long journey ahead of her and are very appreciative of the support they have received from the community. According to an update posted to the website Tuesday, Brown will be Continue reading

Alzheimer’s Patient Missing, Last Seen In Wyoming

The Sweetwater County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the public’s help in locating a missing Alzheimer’s patient. 82-year-old Robert Winters and his wife had stopped in Wamsutter around noon Sunday when Winters, who suffers from Alzheimer’s, short-term memory loss and heart problems, reportedly drove off by himself and has Continue reading

Colorado Population Growth Slows

Colorado is the seventh-fastest growing state in the nation. Between July 2015 and July 2016, the state added 91,000 new residents. That’s a 1.6% population growth in just one year, according to the Census Bureau. While Colorado ranks in the top ten for population growth, the rate of growth is declining. From 2014 to 2015 Colorado ranked Continue reading

Kubiak Hospitalized After Broncos Loss

gary_kubiakSunday didn’t go as planned for Broncos coach Gary Kubiak, who ended his day in the hospital. After the Broncos lost 23-16 to the Atlanta Falcons, Kubiak was taken by ambulance to the ER for flu-like symptoms. A team spokesman called it a “precaution.” The Broncos will take on San Diego for the Thursday night game this week. Its not clear yet Continue reading

Fire Destroys Barn Near Steamboat

IMG_3814(1) IMG_3811(1) A hay filled barn about 2 miles west of Steamboat was destroyed by fire Saturday night.  When Steamboat fire fighters arrived at the scene at 38235 County Road 33, Continue reading

IMPORTANT YVEA Update On Outages

power-outage-300Yampa Valley Electric Association customers that are still experiencing a power outage need to be aware that YVEA will not be able to dispatch workers after 9 Friday night due for the safety for their employees.  By law they are limited to the amount of hours they are able to work without rest .  Many workers have been addressing power outages since just after midnight Friday morning.  If you are still Continue reading

Fire Engulfs And Destroys Semi Truck

IMG_8073IMG_8108A passerby Friday noticed a semi truck on fire in the parking lot of Peroulis Brothers Trucking. The Craig Fire Department responded and quickly extinguished the blaze.  According to Craig Firefighter Troy Hampton the truck had been Continue reading

Grants To Northwest Colorado In Jeopardy

The money that the City of Craig and surrounding areas receives from severance taxes in the form of grants from the Department of Local Affairs, may significantly decrease this year if a bill before the Colorado State Senate is approved. Severance taxes are collected by the state from companies or individuals that produce nonrenewable natural resources such as oil, coal, or gas in the state of Colorado. Continue reading

2015 USA Pro Challenge Concludes

USA-Pro-Cycling-Challenge-Logo-300x250Organizers 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