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CO Hospital Association Opposes Obamacare Repeal

The Colorado Hospital Association has come out in opposition against the Graham-Cassidy bill that would repeal and replace Obamacare, which is currently being considered in the United States Senate. Colorado Hospital Association President Steven Summer says the bill has the Continue reading

Steamboat Stage 2 Water Restrictions Extended

Due to minimal precipitation since they were instituted, Stage 2 water restrictions will remain in place throughout the summer in Steamboat. Steamboat’s four water districts decided to institute water restrictions in the spring and will continue to use a conservative Continue reading

Help Prevent WYO Wildfires This 4th Of July

The BLM in Wyoming is asking for the public’s help in controlling wildfires this Fourth of July Weekend. Rising summer temperatures cause fuels like grass and shrubs to dry up, increasing the fire danger in the state. Fireworks and other explosives are Continue reading

Don’t Leave Kids In Hot Cars

With the increasing summer temperatures, it’s important to remember that children left in hot cars are at great risk of injury or death. According to numbers from the National Highway Traffic Administration, heat stroke is the leading cause of non crash vehicle deaths for children under the age 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

Sign Up For Summer Camps At Wyman Museum

The deadline is tomorrow for kids to sign up for the Wyman Museum Summer Nature Camps. The camps will take place once a week from June 6th through the 29th. Class sessions will be held for kids between 6 and 8 on Tuesdays or Thursdays from 10 to 11, with sessions for kids age 3 to 5 taking place on the same days from 11:30 to Continue reading

Coloradans Hit The Road For Memorial Day

More people from Colorado are projected to travel this Memorial Day Weekend than have since the summer of 2005. Over 715,000 Coloradans, or roughly 13% of the population, are expected to travel 50 miles or more from Continue reading

CNCC Summer Camp Scholarships Available

If you’re child is interested in attending one of the summer camps at Colorado Northwestern Community College, but you are worried about the cost, scholarships may be available. Students who qualify for Continue reading

Summer Reading Program Starts Thursday

The Moffat County Library Summer Reading Program starts Thursday. The Reading program is free to all ages.  For additional information on the Moffat County Library Summer Continue reading

Paving Starts Monday In Steamboat

The City of Steamboat starts paving and striping projects today. The City is asking residents for their patience while the projects take place as delays and detours are possible. The City expects paving to be completed by the middle of Continue reading

Emerald Mountain Trails Open This Weekend

The Spring Creek Trail on Emerald Mountain will open this weekend for recreational use, weather permitting. Some trails in that area may remain closed, as they are still too wet and muddy. People recreating in the area Continue reading

Time To Register For Summer Camps

Registration is now open for all Youth and Teen Summer Programs in Steamboat. Youth swim lessons will be offered throughout the spring and summer at the Old Town Hot Springs. Summer camps will take place June 12th through August 11th, and are available for four different age groups. Week long skill building Continue reading