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Coffee With Council Friday

The February Coffee with Council session will be tomorrow 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 City’s water rights as they relate to the expanding of city services. The Continue reading

CO PERA Has Billions In Unfunded Liability

Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton announced last week that Colorado’s Public Employee Retirement Association or PERA currently has $30 billion in unfunded liability. The Unfunded liability is the money the system owes but currently doe’s not have in its accounts. To help protect employees and tax payers from shouldering the burden of the Continue reading

Colorado Expands Free Cervical Cancer Screenings

More than 50,000 additional women across Colorado are eligible for free cervical cancer screening under a recent expansion by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.  For additional information, and to see if you qualify for screenings Continue reading

Time To Research Schools For 2017-2018

Governor John Hickenlooper has declared this week National School Choice Week in Colorado. Families are encouraged to research and evaluate the K through 12 school choices available to their children in advance of the 2017 and 2018 school year. National School Choice Week also looks to raise awareness around the importance of providing Continue reading

New Coal Development To Keep Millions In NW Colorado

Tri-State Generation has received approval from the United States Department of Interior to proceed with their plans to mine the Collom development at ColoWyo Mine.  The decision to move forward with the project was made following an extensive environmental review by the Office of Continue reading

Recreation And Travel Plan For NW Colorado

The Bureau of Land Management is still attempting to develop a travel management plan for recreation areas in Northwest Colorado. To allow the community to be involved with the development of the plan, the BLM will host public open house this month in Craig. The open house is intended to help the BLM determine key issues with travel and Continue reading

Winter Vomiting Bug Spreading In Wyoming

wyoming-flag-graphicCases of norovirus, also known as the winter vomiting bug, are spreading in Wyoming according to the Wyoming Department of Public Health. Norovirus results in stomach aches, vomiting and watery diarrhea. The disease is infectious and can be spread through Continue reading

Potential Land Exchange In NW Colorado

BLM-entering-public-land-30Public comments are being accepted by the BLM with regard to a potential land exchange in Moffat and Rio Blanco County. The proposed Buffalo Horn Land Exchange would effect 19 parcels of isolated land encompassing 12 square miles. To give the Continue reading

Steamboat Updating Regulations For City Signs

SteamboatThe City of Steamboat is looking for the public’s help with updating regulations for signage in the City. Steamboat is updating their Sign Code which regulates size, location, and other aspects of signage in Steamboat. An open house has been scheduled to allow the community to review the changes to the code, and provide input. The open house will take Continue reading

Will The Lost Solar Fire Affect The Ecosystem?

WILD FIREThere will be a presentation Thursday night in Meeker to explain the role the Lost Solar Fire will have on the environment, and the ecosystem. The meeting will take place at the Meeker Public Library from 7 to 8:30.  The Lost Continue reading

Help Shape Travel In Colorado

CDOTIn an effort to continue adapting the states travel plan, and determine where to most effectively spend state funding, the Colorado Department of Transportation is taking comments for their “Together We Go” program. The program is intended to be a forum for communication between the state and the public, where Continue reading

Public Meetings To Discuss Projects Tomorrow In Steamboat

SteamboatTwo public meetings are being held in Steamboat tomorrow to allow the public to receive information for projects that are taking place in the area.  The City along with the National Parks Service will host the second of a series of open houses tomorrow, to provide information and gather comments from the public about plans to update the Bear River Park master Continue reading