Tag Archives: snow

Give Snow Plows Plenty Of Room

With snow expected again this week, the Colorado Department of Transportation is reminding drivers to give snow plows space to work. In addition to giving snowplows in Colorado “Room Continue reading

Keep Fire Hydrants Clear

Heavy snow over the weekend covered sidewalks and streets throughout Northwest Colorado. After the storm, Craig Firefighters noticed homeowners who had covered their neighborhood fire hydrant with snow. Fire Hydrants need to remain clear at all times to ensure quick Continue reading

Ride Safe During Snowmobile Safety Week

Next week is International Snowmobile Safety Week, so Colorado Parks and Wildlife is reminding snowmobilers to be safe while out in the backcountry. This is a good time to ensure snowmobiles and winter gear are properly maintained and all Continue reading

Don’t Leave Cars On The Side Of The Road

The Colorado Department of Transportation is reminding those planning on recreating in the backcountry to be cautious when leaving their vehicle parked on the side of a roadway. Anyone leaving a vehicle unattended on the side of the Continue reading

Move Your Car Before It’s Towed

Craig Police are reminding residence that when it snows in the city, cars need to be moved to allow snowplow operators to clear the streets. If your vehicle has a ridge of snow around it following snow plow operations, it needs to be moved to Continue reading

Time To Winterize Your Boat

The recent snowfall in the area is a reminder that winter is almost here. This means it’s time to winterize boats. Owners should be sure to get all the water out of the vessel before a hard freeze, as sealed water can expand causing damage. It’s Continue reading

Broncos Cancel Fan Event In Steamboat

The Denver Bronco’s Salute to fans tour, that was suppose to take place in Steamboat this afternoon, has been canceled. The Broncos canceled events in Steamboat and Aspen due to the heavy Continue reading

Highway 13 Accident Sends 5 To Hospital

Five people were injured in a two vehicle collision on Highway 13 south of Craig. The accident occurred around 6 Saturday night, when 44-year-old Marina Martinez of Grand Junction lost control of her car on the snow-covered road. Her car then rotated and slid into the path of a vehicle driven by 33-year-old Amber Goodnow of Craig, which was traveling in the Continue reading

Steamboat Residents Should Help Remove Snow

With snow expected through the weekend, the City of Steamboat is asking the community for their assistance with snow removal operations. Residents are responsible for maintaining their own driveways, parking areas and sidewalks. Snow should be kept on your property, and never push snow into a public street. Fire hydrants should remain un-covered Continue reading

Keep Snow On Your Property

Northwest Colorado and South Central Wyoming are receiving a brief break from the winter weather this week, but with snow expected again this weekend, you shouldn’t put that shovel away just yet. When snow removal is required, remember that the snow must remain on your property. Property owners, renters Continue reading

One Dead In Highway 40 Accident

One person died in an accident yesterday morning on Highway 40. Ice and snow contributed to accident near Tabernash, when a 26 year old man from Denver lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a truck driven by Granby resident, 73 year old Lynn Kessler.  The 26 year old Continue reading

Avalanche Danger High

Avalanche danger is high in the Steamboat and Flat Tops areas due to the heavy snowfall over the past week. The 2 to 3 feet of new snow and strong winds in the area, have created the avalanche conditions. Visitors to the area on Continue reading