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Snowmobilers Cited For Trespassing In Mt. Zirkel

14 snowmobilers from across the country have been cited over the last several months, for trespassing in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness are in the Routt National Forest. As part of an effort to protect wilderness areas like Mount Zirkel from the effects of human activity, Continue reading

Legislation To Benefit Ski Towns

Colorado Senators Cory Gardner and Michael Bennet have cosponsored a bill that would allow local forest service agencies to keep more of the money received from ski area permitting. Under current law, ski area permit fees paid to the Forest Service are sent to the U.S. Department of the Treasury and then appropriated back to the Continue reading

New Wyoming Secretary Of State Selected

Governor Matt Mead selected Ed Buchanan, a former Wyoming secretary of state candidate and Laramie County prosecutor, to become Wyoming’s next secretary of state. Buchanan will serve the remainder of Ed Murray’s term, after he stepped down last month when he was accused of sexual Continue reading

Customer Service Seminar Next Week

The Colorado Workforce Center in Craig, in conjunction with the Craig Chamber of Commerce and CMEDP, will be hosting a customer service seminar Continue reading

MOCO Assessor To Run for Reelection

Moffat County Assessor Chuck Cobb has announced he will be running for reelection this year. Cobb says he is thankful for the trust citizens of Moffat County have placed in him over the last three years. If reelected, Cobb pledges to continue serve property Continue reading

Moffat County Treasurer To Run For Reelection

Moffat County Treasurer Linda Peters has announced she will be running for reelection this year. Peters has worked at the Treasurer’s office for the last 30 years, twelve of which were spent as the Continue reading

Swinging Bridge Maintenance Management Plan

The Moffat County Commissioners signed a Management agreement with the US Fish and Wildlife Service at their meeting last week. The agreements outlines who will be responsible for maintenance of the Swinging Bridge. The County will be in charge of covering routine repairs to the bridge that do not 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

Routt National Forest Seasonal Closures Instituted

Seasonal big game winter range closures have been instituted in some locations of the Routt National Forest near Steamboat. Both mandatory and voluntary closures are instituted annually between December 1st to April 15th,  at trail-heads and in Continue reading

UPDATE: Holiday Drive Was A Big Success

The 19th annual 93-7/102-3 KRAI and 55 Country Holiday Drive was a huge success. Hundreds of people stopped by during the two day Holiday Drive to donate new unwrapped toys, gifts for senior citizens, non-perishable food and cash. 100% of all the donations collected during the Holiday Drive will benefit the Interfaith Food Continue reading

Steamboat Transit Winter Schedule Starts Sunday

Steamboat Springs Transit will shift to the winter bus schedule starting Sunday. During the winter schedule, buses run throughout the town, with fixed route and on call services available. You can access bus route information on your Smartphone by downloading the Continue reading

Comment On Sage Grouse Conservation

The U.S. Forest Service announced they are asking for public comments on the sage-grouse plan amendments that were adopted in 2015. After two years of implementing the sage-grouse plans, the Forest Service is seeking public comment on how well plans are working and how they may be Continue reading