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Reading Group In Craig Looking For New Members

“The Bookworms”, a reading group in Craig, is looking for new members. The group meets on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 4:30 to discuss a specific book at Downtown Books. This month, they are talking about the book “Green Darkness” by Ana Seton. This months Continue reading

Scammers Targeting South Central Wyoming

The Sweetwater County Sheriff’s Office is warning south central Wyoming residents of two scams circulating around the area. Residents are receiving telephone calls from scammers who claim to be soliciting donations on behalf of local law enforcement. The calls are from Arkansas area code. According to Sweetwater County Sheriff Mike Continue reading

Purchasing System Seminars For Hunters

April 3rd is the deadline to submit license applications through Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s new integrated purchasing system for the upcoming big game hunting season. Hunters with questions on the new system can receive assistance by calling or visiting a local CPW office, or can also get information through the CPW website. In addition to these options, CPW will be Continue reading

Changes To Big Game Application Process

License applications are being accepted now for the 2018 Colorado big game, sheep and mountain goat hunting seasons. This will be the first year the big game draw process will be conducted through the new integrated purchasing system, so there will be some significant changes Continue reading

Chamber Mixer At Miller Family Appliance

Miller Family Appliance in Craig will be hosting a Chamber Mixer this week. The mixer will take place Thursday from 5 to 7, with a short ribbon cutting ceremony being held at 5:30. This will be an excellent opportunity for the community to Continue reading

Northwest Colorado Health Names New CEO

Northwest Colorado Health’s has named Stephanie Einfeld as the new CEO. Einfeld has worked at Northwest Colorado Health in a variety of different capacities since Continue reading

Parents Of New Students Asked To Fill Out Survey

The Steamboat School District is asking parents of kindergarten and first grade students who will be enrolling for the first time during the 2018, 2019 academic year, to participate in an online survey. The survey will help the district determine the number of Continue reading

Colorado Economy In Good Shape

The economy appears to be growing in Colorado according to the final 2017 business report from the Secretary of State’s office. The report showed new business filings grew almost 10% between 2016 and 2017, with more than 117,000 new businesses filing with the state last year. The report also found Continue reading

New Medical Clinic Coming To Dinosaur

The Moffat County Commissioners  approved a lease agreement for Memorial Regional Health at their meeting yesterday, which will allow the hospital to open a one day a week medical clinic in Dinosaur. The Dinosaur clinic will be located in the Moffat County Road Department shop building. According to Memorial Regional Health CEO Andy Daniels, the Continue reading

Ten Arrested For DUI In Sweetwater County

Ten drunk drivers were arrested in Sweetwater County over New Year’s weekend, from December 29th through January 2nd. During the four-day operation, local law enforcement made 107 traffic stops, issued 14 speeding citations, 1 seat Continue reading

Comment On Permit For New Pit At ColoWyo

Public comments are being accepted concerning a proposed air permit for ColoWyo Mine’s Collom pit. Comments are being accepted now through January 28th. The air permit is required for operations at the mine to continue. The Collom development will support more Continue reading

Plan Ahead Before CPW Institutes New Purchasing System

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is about to launch a new integrated purchasing system, which will serve as a one-stop shop for all CPW products, including hunting and fishing licenses, campsite reservations, OHV and snowmobile permits. CPW will start transitioning to the Continue reading