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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

UPDATE: 6 People Injured In Roll-Over

Six people were injured in a roll-over accident Saturday on Highway 40 west of Hayden. All were transported to the hospital for treatment, two with serious injuries. The driver, 38-year-old Brandi Shipman of Craig, was attempting to pass a vehicle on the highway when she lost control resulting in Continue reading

Golf Tournament To Raise Scholarship Funds

Entries are being accepted for this year’s Moffat County Sheriff’s Office Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament. Teams of four can register for the tournament at the cost of $280 per team, or $60 a player. The tournament will be held Saturday August 12th, with a shotgun start taking place at 8:30. Entry forms should be submitted to the Continue reading

Formal Proposal To Eliminate WOTUS Rule

The Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have formally submitted a proposal that would withdraw the federal government from the Waters of The United States Rule.  Rewriting this rule is not only popular with coal companies, but also with Continue reading

Learn How To Plan And Save For The Future

Low income individuals and families can now apply to take part in the Moffat County United Way class, Getting Ahead in a Just Gettin’-By World, part of their Bridges out of Poverty program. The free class is designed to help low income community members Continue reading

Mosquito Spraying Today Or Tomorrow In Hayden

Town of Hayden mosquito spraying will take place today and tomorrow during the evening hours, wind and weather permitting. For additional information on the spraying Continue reading

Law Enforcement Officers Out In Full Force

Colorado State Patrol officers in Moffat, Routt, Grand, Jackson and Rio Blanco counties have increased patrols for the Fourth of July holiday, in an effort to deter driving behaviors that may lead to Continue reading

UPDATE: What’s Going On For The 4th OF July?

There will an abundance of activities this long 4th of July weekend including public fireworks shows. In Craig the VFW/American Legion parade will begin at 11 Tuesday morning.  The parade will start at Veterans Hall, formerly the VFW.  The head west on Victory Way, then turn north on Ledford. Following the parade, their will be a dedication of the Craig WWII Memorial. All WWII veterans, their families Continue reading

Busy Travel Conditions For 4th Of July Weekend

A record number of Coloradans are expected to travel this Fourth of July weekend. According to AAA, 760,000 Coloradans will journey 50 miles or more from home this weekend, a 3% increase over last year. Experts attribute the increase to Colorado’s historically low unemployment Continue reading

EPA Nears Repeal Of Waters Of The U.S. Rule

The EPA and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced yesterday that they are nearing repeal of the Waters of the United States Rule, which was instituted by the Obama administration in 2015. The rule significantly increased federal jurisdiction over local waterways which were historically regulated by state governments. President Trump ordered the two Continue reading

Don’t Shoot Off Illegal Fireworks

People choosing to put on their own fireworks display this Fourth of July should be aware that they need to obey all Colorado laws concerning fireworks. Fireworks should be used in a safe place, clear of all flammable materials. All fireworks must comply with the following guidelines to be Continue reading

Help Prevent WYO Wildfires This 4th Of July

The BLM in Wyoming is asking for the public’s help in controlling wildfires this Fourth of July Weekend. Rising summer temperatures cause fuels like grass and shrubs to dry up, increasing the fire danger in the state. Fireworks and other explosives are Continue reading