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Dry Lake Campground Closed

The Dry Lake campground and parking lot near Steamboat will be closed this afternoon through tomorrow afternoon to allow trail work to take place in the area. The closure will allow a group from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado to conduct Continue reading

Graduation Times For MOCO, Meeker and SoRoCo

Graduation ceremonies are taking place this weekend across Northwest Colorado. The Moffat County High School graduation will be held Saturday at 10 in the High School Gym. Doors will open at 8. Due to parking Continue reading

Coffee With Council Friday

This months Coffee with Council session will be Friday morning in Steamboat. Councilman Scott Ford and others will be at the meeting to discuss any topics of concern to the public. The meeting will be held from 7:30 to 9 in the Centennial Hall. The discussion will focus on the Downtown Improvement Continue reading

Vandals Must Pay More Than $100K in Restitution

Two men responsible for vandalizing the parking lot in the Cow Creek area on the backside of Emerald Mountain in 2015, have been ordered to pay more than $100 thousand in restitution payments to the contractors who by contract were required to redo their work on the project, which was nearly Continue reading

Steamboat Winter Parking Hours In Effect

SteamboatWinter parking restrictions go into effect Tuesday in Steamboat. No parking is allowed on Lincoln Avenue or Ski Time Square from 3 to 6 in the morning. In addition to these restrictions, during the winter months, there is no on street parking on city streets between 2 and 8 in the morning. Parking on the street from the Anglers Drive area south to the city Continue reading

No On Street Parking As Shadow Mtn. Project Wraps Up

shadow mountain village meeting-150 editThe 3rd and final phase of the Shadow Mountain Subdivision project is expected to conclude this week.  Tuesday through Thursday crews will be working extended hours from 6am to Midnight to compete paving before winter.  On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week there will be no Continue reading

Snow! Where Does It Go?

WINTER-DRIVING-300Where to put all the snow.  That’s the dilemma facing residents, businesses and government in Northwest Colorado.  As the snow piles continued to grow it’s important that everyone do what they can to keep the streets and sidewalks safe, and clear. Here are some Continue reading

Craig City Council Turns to DOLA for Breeze Park Grant

City-Council-300The Craig City Council is trying a different tact in getting funds for a proposed improvement project at Breeze Street Park. The Council has tried and failed several times to get a grant from Great Outdoors Colorado for the project, however Great Outdoors has not fulfilled Continue reading