Tag Archives: Park

Moffat County Bridge Closures

Moffat County announced closures for two area bridges last week. Due to structural issues, the walking bridge on the Kiwanis Trail at Loudy-Simpson Park will be closed until further notice. The county is asking the community to keep off the bridge while the Continue reading

Elementary Students Found With Tide Pods

Students at Strawberry Park Elementary were found with Tide laundry detergent Pods in their possession earlier this week. Teachers confiscated the pods and reported them to the principal, who is following up with those students and their families. Tide Pods are Continue reading

Gardner Asks For Delay Of Park Fee Increases

Colorado Senator Cory Gardner recently sent a letter to Department of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, requesting he delay the implementation of fee increases at 17 National Parks. Gardner believes the Interior Department needs to work with stakeholders in the Continue reading

Don’t Leave Cars On The Side Of The Road

The Colorado Department of Transportation is reminding those planning on recreating in the backcountry to be cautious when leaving their vehicle parked on the side of a roadway. Anyone leaving a vehicle unattended on the side of the Continue reading

Road Closed Near Yampa

The southern portion of Forest Road 100 near  Yampa, also known as Buffalo Park Road, is now closed to all motor vehicles, including snowmobiles. The closure will continue over the next few months due to ongoing logging operations. The closure will Continue reading

UPDATE: Man Crashes Truck Into Pond, Charged With DUI

A truck crashed into the Loudy-Simpson Park  pond Thursday afternoon, after the driver failed to navigate the turn off of Highway 394. The driver, who has been identified as 45-year-old Leith Adam Little of Craig, was trying to turn onto Ranney Street when he lost control, sending Continue reading

Ex-Local Killed By Rattle Snake Bite

A recent Steamboat Springs resident died over the weekend after being bitten by a rattlesnake near Golden. 31-year-old Daniel Hohs was hiking on a trail in Mount Galbraith park when he was bitten by the snake. Hohs was taken to a Continue reading

Body Found Near Train Tracks

A man’s body was found near Fetcher Park in Steamboat yesterday morning.  The body of the 49-year-old man, whose name has not been released, was discovered in a field east of the park, 50 yards from the railroad tracks. The man was Continue reading

Reward Offered For Info On Graffiti

The City of Steamboat is offering a $500 reward to anyone with information, or who can identify the individuals responsible for graffiti that occurred at the Bear River Skate Park over the past month. Graffiti was discovered on July 29, with red paint defacing the ramps in several locations across the cement structure. A second more extensive incident occurred on August Continue reading

Skate Park Removed Because It Was Unsafe

The skateboard ramps that were removed this week from the Craig skate park were recently reviewed by CIRSA, the City’s insurance provider, and were determined Continue reading

CPW Offering Free Camping To Volunteers

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is offering volunteers a free night of camping in exchange for their work helping to maintain trails this weekend at State Forest State Park near Walden. Interested individuals should arrive at the Park’s Moose Visitation Center tomorrow morning at Continue reading

Where To Watch The Eclipse In NW Colorado

For the first time in 99 years, Americans will be viewing a coast to coast total solar eclipse Monday.  The path of the total eclipse will cover much of Wyoming, with 94% of the sun being covered by the moon in Northwest Colorado.  For those interested, there are a number of eclipse viewing parties in the area. Colorado Continue reading