Tag Archives: program

Deadline Approaching To Sign Up For 4-H

The deadline to enroll in the Moffat County 4-H program for 2017 is February 28th. New and existing members can sign up to participate at the Moffat County Extension Office in Craig.  For additional information about 4-H or the 4-H enrollment contact Continue reading

Car Seat Recycling Offered In NW Colorado

The Colorado State Patrol in Craig is partnering with the Colorado Department of Transportation in their child car seat recycling program. The public is encouraged to take old, expired, or damaged car seats to the State Patrol office in Craig so they can be recycled and re-purposed. Child car seats should never be reused after they have been involved in a Continue reading

A “Better Way”- Constitution, Taxes, And Healthcare

SCOTT-TIPTON-NEW-300So far in Wild West Radio’s conversation with Congressman Tipton about the House Republican’s Better Way Program, the Congressman provided an overview of the plan and touched on how it could improve the economy and create new jobs. Today, in part three of our interview, congressman Tipton touched on how the plan would restore Continue reading

Interior Department Continues Review Of Coal

coalplugPublic comments and transcripts from six public meetings concerning the Federal coal leasing program are now available online through the Bureau of Land Management.  Approximately 2,000 people attended meetings in 6 states including one held in Grand Junction in June.  The BLM is using input from the meetings and public comments to determine potential reforms for the Continue reading

Tickets Available For Steamboat Rubber Ducky Race

racing-duckTickets are available for purchase for this years Rubber Ducky Race in Steamboat, sponsored by Northwest Colorado Health, formerly the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurses Association. Rubber ducks can be purchased for $10 online, at Northwest Colorado Health on Central Park Drive, or from Yampa Valley Bank on Lincoln Ave. All proceeds benefit the Continue reading

Learn More About Prescription Drug Abuse

PILLSA meeting will take place tomorrow morning in Craig to discuss prescription drug abuse, and the formation of a youth mentorship program for Moffat County. The forum is being hosted by members from Grand Futures Prevention Coalition and the Moffat County Department of Social Services. The meeting starts at 11 Continue reading

University Of Wyoming Declares Financial Crisis

Seal_University_of_Wyoming.svgAs a response to losing nearly $41 million dollars in funding over the next two years University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols declared earlier this week that the University is in a financial crisis. To deal with this crisis the universities board of trustees approved a budget that will eliminate 70 vacant Continue reading

Review Of Coal Program Continues

coalplugAs part of the next step in the Department of Interiors review of the National Coal plan, six meetings are scheduled to gain community input on potential reform Three of the meeting will be held in western states. The first will be held in Salt Lake City on May 19th, a 2nd will take place in Casper on May 23rd and another is scheduled in Grand Junction on June 23rd. At these meetings the BLM will attempt to Continue reading

Deadline To Apply For Conservation Program Is Friday

USDA-300The deadline to apply for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Conservation Reserve program is this Friday.  This program provides incentives for farmers to remove environmentally sensitive agriculture land from production and replace the crop with a more environmentally friendly option Continue reading

Registration For Session 4 Middle School Programs Open

STEAMBOAT SCHOOLSRegistration is now available for the City of Steamboat’s Spring Session 4 Middle School Programs.  These programs include babysitting training, GROW, a mentoring program for girls, rock climbing, and intro to filmmaking.  The cost of each program will vary, but it will include activity, Continue reading

Environmental Quality Incentives Program Deadline Friday

USDA-300The USDA’s “Environmental Quality Incentives Program” or EQIP, is a voluntary conservation program that helps agricultural producers. Through the program, agricultural producers can receive financial and technical assistance to implement conservation practices that optimize environmental Continue reading

Christmas For Seniors Application Deadline

christmas-tree-outdoor-300“Christmas For Seniors” is a program that fulfills Christmas gift wishes for the elderly in the Craig area. It is available to those 62 and over. In order to received a gift from Christmas For Seniors, each person must submit an application or have one submitted for them. The deadline for applications from the Maybell area has past. In the Craig area the application deadline is this Friday. To obtain an application contact Christmas For Seniors at 824-6574.