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UPDATE: Man Crashes Truck Into Pond, Charged With DUI

A truck crashed into the Loudy-Simpson Park  pond Thursday afternoon, after the driver failed to navigate the turn off of Highway 394. The driver, who has been identified as 45-year-old Leith Adam Little of Craig, was trying to turn onto Ranney Street when he lost control, sending Continue reading

Yampa Street Closed Tomorrow In Steamboat

Portions of Yampa Street will be closed tomorrow in Steamboat, to accommodate the Reds, Whites & Brews in The Boat Festival. Yampa Street will be closed between 5th and 7th Street from 6 in the morning until around 8 in the evening, with side streets and alleys in the area also being closed for the event. The beer and wine tasting event will run from Continue reading

High Speeds Contribute To Craig Roll-Over

A semi truck rolled over Wednesday afternoon on West First Street in Craig. The driver, 26-year-old Kalen Study of Casper, failed to navigate a turn when he lost control, sending his tractor-trailer into the ditch. Study was Continue reading

Lighting Ceremony Friday Night In Steamboat

The City of Steamboat is celebrating the beginning of their summer season tonight with the lighting of the new festival lights on Yampa Street. The city will be turning on the new festival lighting for the public for the first time since it was installed as part of the Yampa Street Improvement Project. The lighting Continue reading

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, Village Circle and Steamboat Boulevard. Groups or individuals interested in keeping a Continue reading

Telephone Pole Fire May Have Been Intentional

Craig Firefighters responded to a telephone pole that was on fire Tuesday morning on School Street in Craig. According to Battalion Commander Troy Hampton, a homeowner near the pole discovered the fire and put it out utilizing a personal fire extinguisher. Yampa Valley Electric crews were called in to Continue reading

Craig Man Charged With Multiple Thefts

A 30-year-old Craig man was arrested Saturday after police discovered items from multiple thefts in his possession. Police received reports Friday afternoon that a storage locker in Craig had been broken into. The owner of the storage locker told police that tools were stolen, and he believed they were taken to an apartment on the 600 block of Ranney Street. Police responded to the Continue reading

Road and Bridge Closures In Steamboat

The pedestrian bridge on 9th Street in Steamboat  is now closed for refurbishment. During the project, which will last around a month, crews will re-deck and paint the bridge. The public will still be able to access Howelsen Hill and Howelsen Parkway from downtown, via 5th street. Detour signs will be posted Continue reading

Construction On Yampa Street In Steamboat

Phase 1 of the Yampa Street Improvements will start again next week in Steamboat.  This phase of the project is scheduled to last through Mid June, work will commence weather permitting. Crews will be constructing new sidewalks and installing street lighting on 6th Street along the Bank of the West Continue reading

Yampa River Improvement Work Starts Tuesday

The City of Steamboat will begin river improvement work Tuesday on the Yampa River. The work will take place along Yampa Street from Little Toots Park to the Ambulance Barn. The city will be working to stabilize eroding banks Continue reading

Man Arrested After Car Collides With Tree

A man was arrested last night after he crashed his car into a tree on on the 800 block of Barclay street in Craig. 52 year old Craig resident Robert Peters was arrested on charges of Driving Under Restraint, Careless Driving and Driving Under Continue reading

Driver Hits Parked Car

craig-fire-rescue-300A vehicle struck a parked car around 8 last night near 9th and Green Street in Craig. The driver of the vehicle, a male, suffered minor injuries and was transported to The Memorial Hospital. According to a representative from the Craig Fire Department, Continue reading