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Time Running Out To Comment On Air Permit

This is the final week to comment on the proposed air quality permit for ColoWyo Mine’s Collom pit. Comments are being accepted through Saturday. The air permit is required for operations at the mine to continue. The Collom development will Continue reading

Bulls And Bands At Romick Arena

The first of three Bulls and Bands events will take place Wednesday night in Steamboat. The new event, which will be held every Wednesday night through the end of July, features PRCA American Freestyle Bullfighting, permit bull riding and a country rock concert. Attendees will watch freestyle bull fighters in a game of cat and mouse with bulls Continue reading

Revocable Licenses Required In Stemaboat

Business owners should be aware that a revocable license needs to be acquired for any private improvements, amenities, or any other items located within Steamboat City Limits. Revocable licenses need to be obtained for permanent features like awnings, and for movable items like sandwich boards, outdoor displays, clothing and bike racks or Continue reading

Letter To Secretary Jewell in Support of Trapper Mine

 

JEWELLU.S. Senators Cory Gardner and Michael Bennet, along with Governor John Hickenlooper, and Congressman Scott Tipton yestrday sent a letter to U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell urging DOI to complete the court-ordered Environmental Assessment for Trapper Mine prior to April 30th. Trapper Mine’s permit was covered under the same environmental review that the U.S. District Court in Colorado deemed deficient for Colowyo Mine, but Trapper Mine was initially believed to be unaffected. Further review led to a negotiation with the Office of Continue reading

Green And Yampa Noncommercial River Permits

COLORADO RIVERA lottery is now open for noncommercial river permits for the high use season on the Green and Yampa Rivers in Dinosaur National Monument. The lottery is underway now and runs through 10am on January 31st. The lottery allows boaters to compete for the 300 permits that are available for the high use season. In recent years, the monument has Continue reading

Senate Votes to Allow Concealed Carry Without Permit

GUNThe Colorado Senate has approved a bill that would allow adults 21 and over to carry a concealed, unloaded gun without a permit. The proposal is a priority for Republicans newly in charge of the Senate. But the measure faces certain defeat in the Colorado House, which is still controlled by Democrats. The bill would Continue reading

Craig City Council Acts on Chickens, Electric Vehicles

City-Council-300The Craig City Council last night approved a one-time fee for raising chickens within city limits. The city recently approved a measure allowing city residents to raise up to 4 hens at a time. However, residents must first fill out an application for permit to do so. The fee for that Continue reading

Dinosaur National Monument Hunting Regulations

Dinosaur National Monument QuarryWith the arrival of hunting seasons on lands surrounding Dinosaur National Monument, hunters are reminded that hunting is not permitted in the monument. Although most of the monument boundary is well marked, hunters are responsible for ensuring they do not hunt within the monument. Continue reading