Northwest Colorado law enforcement agencies received information Thursday regarding three male teens that were wanted for a series of crimes out of the Aurora, Colorado area including one incident of armed carjacking. The teens were reported to be armed and dangerous. Around 1 Friday afternoon, Routt County Communications received information that one of the teens cell phones had been pinged somewhere in the Oak Creek area. Continue reading
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132 – Issik Herod – won 2-0
170 – Mikinzie Klimper – won 17-5
182 – Hugo Hernandez – won 11-3
195 – Brett Loyd – lost 8-5 (out of tournament)
220 – Stelios Peroulis – won 4-1
106 – Colton Pasternak – won 3-2
132 – Dakota Thvedt – lost 6-4 (out of tournament)
160 – Hayden Johnson – won (in championship final) Continue reading
Northwest Colorado wrestlers got off to a great start Thursday in the preliminary rounds of the state tournament, as over two thirds of area wrestlers advanced to the Championship Quarterfinals. Half of those wins were by pin. With a win in the Quarterfinals, wrestlers will advance to the semi-finals and are guaranteed to place at the state tournament. Eight wrestlers lost in the first round and will move into the first round of the consolation matches. Team Meeker ended the day in 2nd place just 2 and 1/2 points back from the leader, Rocky Ford. Moffat County is in 10th place. Action resumes Friday morning at 10 beginning Continue reading
I-70 through Glenwood Canyon will remain closed at least through midday tomorrow following a rock slide that damaged the roadway and left massive boulders on the highway. The Colorado Department of Transportation plans to begin moving traffic though the canyon sometime tomorrow by operating a single-lane alternating traffic pattern that could remain in place for several days while repairs and rock stabilization continues. Yesterday, crews began the process of evaluating the walls of the Continue reading
Traffic though Craig, Steamboat, Oak Creek, Hayden and Meeker will be heavy today due to a Rock slide that closed I-70 in the Glenwood Canyon. Westbound I-70 traffic will be detoured to Highway 131 from Walcott to Highway 40 at Steamboat, through Craig, then South on Continue reading
With another 4 to 8 inches of snow expected his weekend, speculation that we are getting a lot more snow than usual will continue. Another theory is that the ongoing cold temperatures have kept the existing snowpack from melting, causing the snow to pile high and resulting in narrowed streets and snow mountains all over town. The fact is that both have contributed to the amount of snow on Continue reading
Tomorrow is Halloween, and there are plenty of activities going on in Northwest Colorado. Organized trick or treating will take place in downtown Craig and the Centennial Mall from 4 to 6 tomorrow. The Steamboat Downtown Stroll is from 5 to 7. In Meeker, Pumpkins, Eats, and Treats takes place on the courthouse lawn. That Continue reading
A rollover accident about 5 miles northeast of Oak Creek on Routt County Road 16 took the life of a 23 year old woman Saturday evening. Troopers say Heidi Cordell of Steamboat was on a downhill curve when it went off the road and Continue reading
Moffat County Commissioner Chuck Grobe, yesterday, announced that the Colorado Department of Transportation will be working on all routes to Denver over the next year. Grobe Continue reading
A rare opportunity to view a partial solar eclipse will occur this afternoon across much of the country, including Colorado and Wyoming. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes in front of the sun, with total eclipse leaving just the corona visible while a partial eclipse, which we will see today, will produce a crescent-shaped sun. For eye safety reasons do not directly look at the sun with the naked eye. In Colorado and Wyoming the Solar eclipse will start around 3:15 this afternoon, with the greatest eclipse expected around 4:30 and ending at 5:45. Almost 50% of the sun is expected to be obscured at maximum eclipse.
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– Additional information about today’s solar eclipse.
One of the oldest banks in northwest Colorado begins a new chapter this week when 10 First National Bank of the Rockies branches are renamed Bank of the San Juans following an acquisition by Montana-based Glacier Bancorp Inc. Bank officials say customers will notice few changes at the Grand Junction, Steamboat, Continue reading