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Adopt A Street In Steamboat

Volunteers are needed for the Steamboat Springs Adopt-A-Street program. Anyone interested can adopt streets throughout Steamboat like Mt. Werner, Pine Grove and Walton Creek Road. Groups or individuals interested in Continue reading

Comment On Proposed Pipeline Project

The Bureau of Land Management in Rock Springs is looking for the public to comment on a Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Riley Ridge to Natrona Pipeline Project. If approved, the project would create approximately 380 jobs during the two-year construction period while generating $1.7 Continue reading

Public Workshop To Discuss Parks

The City of Steamboat will hold a public workshop this week to discuss the city’s Comprehensive Parks, Recreation, Open Space, Trails and River Master Plan. The workshop will be held Wednesday from 5:30 to 7:30 at Olympian Hall. It will include a summary of input received from the public, and will address the visions and goals for the project, and Continue reading

Penalties For Unattended Fires May Go Up

Lawmakers in the State Legislature have introduced a new bill, aimed at cutting down on preventable wildfires in Colorado. If passed, people who leave campfires burning on public lands in the state would face more strenuous penalties and fines. The State House of Continue reading

Meeting To Talk Steamboat Parks Master Plan

The City of Steamboat will host another meeting next week to gather public input concerning the Comprehensive Parks, Recreation, Open Space, Trails and River Master Plan. The meeting will take place Wednesday night from 5:30 to 8 at the Steamboat Community Center. The event will Continue reading

Candidate For Governor In Carbon County

A Republican candidate for Governor will be in Carbon County Tuesday to talk to residents. Candidate Harriet Hageman is scheduled to speak at an introduction event Tuesday afternoon at 5, at the Platte Valley Community Center, in Saratoga. Hageman will also Continue reading

City Council Supports Permit For New Coal Pit

The Craig City Council signed a letter of support at their meeting last night concerning a proposed air quality permit for the ColoWyo Mine Collom pit. The Moffat County Commissioners are expected to sign a similar letter at their meeting next week. The permit Continue reading

Options To Improve Public Transportation In Craig

A report that evaluated the possibility of instituting a transit system in Craig has been released. LSC Consultants of Denver put together the transit report for the City.  The report combined public surveys and data to determine if public transportation would benefit Craig residents. The report recommends a two phase bus service, with Continue reading

Bill To Fix Congressional Sexual Harassment Complaint Process

Bi –partisan legislation has been introduced that would overhaul the process sexual harassment victims have to go through when reporting a claim against a member of Congress. Senator Cory Gardner was part of the group of Senators who introduced the bill, which would also prevent tax payer funds from being used to settle claims, and would allow  public disclosure whenever sexual Continue reading

Comment On NW Colorado Oil & Gas Lease Sale

The BLM is evaluating 64 parcels of land totaling nearly 60 thousand acres, for an oil and gas leas sale in Northwest Colorado, as part of the Trump administrations goal to strengthen America’s energy independence.  In Fiscal Year 2016, oil and gas activity on BLM Colorado-managed lands contributed $2.9 billion in economic output and Continue reading

Comment On NW Colorado BLM Activities

The Bureau of Land Management’s Northwest Resource Advisory Council will meet this week in Craig. The meeting will be held tomorrow, at the Clarion Inn from 8 to 3. The meeting is open to the public, with a public comment period Continue reading

Meetings To Discuss Routt County Budget

The Routt County Finance Department will be providing information on the 2018 budget at two meetings. The proposed 2018 Budget will be reviewed at a meeting tomorrow at the Routt County Continue reading