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Right Of Way Restrictions In Steamboat

With spring cleaning rapidly underway, Steamboat is reminding residents of restrictions concerning the city’s right of ways. City Code restricts placing large landscape materials such as trees and boulders within 15 feet of streets or fire hydrants. These items may damage maintenance equipment or have to be Continue reading

Day Of Prayer Gatherings In Craig And Steamboat

Thursday is the National Day of Prayer and people will gather in Craig and Steamboat to participate. A group will congregate outside the Moffat County Court House from noon to Continue reading

State Of The Community Focused On The Economy

The State of the Community dinner took place last night in Craig. Presentations and conversation during the dinner was dominated by economic development and how to Continue reading

State Of The Community Dinner Wednesday

Tickets are still available for the annual State of the Community Dinner which will take place Wednesday in Craig. Presentations during the dinner will focus on how to make the Craig and Moffat County economies resilient and strong. Keynote speakers Brian Lewandowski from the University of Colorado’s Business Continue reading

Construction On Yampa Street In Steamboat

Phase 1 of the Yampa Street Improvements will start again next week in Steamboat.  This phase of the project is scheduled to last through Mid June, work will commence weather permitting. Crews will be constructing new sidewalks and installing street lighting on 6th Street along the Bank of the West Continue reading

MOCO United Way Secures $50 Thousand Grant

The Moffat County United Way was awarded a $50,000 grant earlier this week to go towards the Bridges out of Poverty program. Bridges out of Poverty focuses on economic class differences to provide concrete tools and strategies to prevent, Continue reading

Buy Daffodils To Support Hospice

The annual Hospice Daffodils fundraiser put on by Northwest Colorado Health will take place this month in Moffat, Routt and Grand Continue reading

Trump Expected To Reform CPP And WOTUS

President Trump is expected to sign multiple executive orders this week, aimed at dismantling Coal Industry regulations enacted by the Obama administration. According to reports, one will instruct the Environmental Protection Agency to begin re-writing the Clean Power Plan, and will order the Department of Interior to lift it’s moratorium on new coal leases. The Clean Power Plan set a target for green house gas emission reduction in the U.S., and limited green house gas emission from coal fired power plants. The plan was expected to Continue reading

New Coal Development To Keep Millions In NW Colorado

Tri-State Generation has received approval from the United States Department of Interior to proceed with their plans to mine the Collom development at ColoWyo Mine.  The decision to move forward with the project was made following an extensive environmental review by the Office of Continue reading

Comment On Rio Blanco County Wild Horse Projects

wild horsesThe BLM is looking for public comment to help guide two projects intended to benefit the wild horse population in the Piceance East Douglas Heard management area in Rio Blanco County. The BLM will reconstruct approximately a mile of fencing near Duck Creek in order to secure the Heard Management Area, preventing horses from leaving. The BLM is also looking to redevelop Corcoran Springs to ensure it can provide a Continue reading

Special Response Team Gets New Armored Vehicle

MoCo VehicleThe Craig Police Department and the Moffat County Sheriffs Office acquired a new armored vehicle for their combined Special Response Team. The acquisition was made through a Department of Defense program that allows local police departments to obtain excess property from the DOD at no cost. State and local agencies can acquire Continue reading

Colorado Farmers Can Sign Up For Financial Protection

department of AGTime is running out for Colorado farmers and ranchers to enroll for Agricultural Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage for the 2016 crop year. To receive benefits from these programs, farmers and ranchers must sign a contract before Continue reading