Tag Archives: season

Now Is A Good Time To Prune Trees

If you have trees that need pruning now is the time to do it because pruning your trees late in their dormant season reduces impacts on the tree’s health.  Here are some steps to take to ensure you are properly pruning your trees.  Know what you want to accomplish before you Continue reading

Boating Season On The Horizon

Boating season starts this weekend at Rifle Gap Reservoir. Ramps to the reservoir will open Saturday, with the area offering a variety of water-based activities including, boating, jet skiing, sailing, water skiing and swimming. Hiking, biking, wildlife viewing, camping, fishing and a variety of camping options are also available. Those planning on Continue reading

Fishing Licenses On Sale

Fishing licenses are now available for  Colorado anglers for the upcoming fishing season. Annual licenses will be good April 1st through March 31st of next year, with one-day fishing passes also available for purchase. Licenses can Continue reading

Hunters In Wyoming Permitted To Wear Pink

Hunters in Wyoming will now be permitted to wear fluorescent pink while out on hunts. Governor Matt Mead signed a bill into law earlier this week which added fluorescent pink to the color options hunters in the state can wear. Wyoming will now join 6 other Continue reading

Fee Increases For City Pool

The Craig City Council approved fee increases for the Craig City Pool at their meeting last night. The fees will go up across the board except for seasonal passes for Students and Adults.  In addition Continue reading

Concerts This Weekend In Steamboat

The Steamboat Chamber Singers will host concerts this weekend at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. They will perform a mix of classic Christmas music to celebrate the Holiday Season. Concerts will Continue reading

Beware Of Aggressive Deer

Deer are mating across Colorado and Colorado  Parks and Wildlife is reminding residents to take precautions to avoid conflicts. Bucks can be very aggressive during mating season, becoming much more territorial, which may cause them to attack people who they perceive as potential rivals.  Bucks may also spar with and become tangled in things like 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

Get Your Flu Shot Soon

The Colorado state health department is encouraging people to get flu shots before winter. Flu season typically peaks in January after the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday seasons. Active germs become prevalent during events with a lot of people, like family gatherings. During last year’s flu season, 3,340 Coloradans were hospitalized with the flu, and two children died. This year, twenty people Continue reading

Use Fire Safety When In The Back Country

With wildfires burning across Northwest Colorado and hunting and fall color viewing season on the horizon, the public is being reminded to use good fire safety practices while out in the back country. The potential for a wildfire Continue reading

Bulldog Football Kicks Off Tonight

The Moffat County Bulldog football team will kick off the 2017 season Friday night at home against Rawlins. Following a 5 and 4 season in 2016, the bulldogs are hoping for an even better season this year. Friday night, Moffat County is looking to avenge last years close loss to Rawlins to Continue reading

Sale Of Steamboat Ski Resort Finalized

The sale of Steamboat Springs Ski Resort to the owners of Aspen Mountain has been finalized.  Aspen Skiing Company, in conjunction with KSL Capital Partners, purchased Intrawest Holdings, the company that owns the Continue reading