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Steamboat Tax Collections Up To Start Year

Steamboat tax collections were up to start the year, according to the Final Sales Use and Accommodation Tax Report for January. Taxes for January grew by nearly 9%, or more than $200 thousand, as compared to January of 2017. The biggest tax increases came from marijuana Continue reading

New Wind Projects To Bring Jobs To Carbon County

Rocky Mountain Power has announced four new wind projects in Wyoming, two of which are expected to bring hundreds of new jobs to Carbon County. The goal is to have the projects completed by 2020, when a federal production tax credit expires. The largest wind farm will be a 500 megawatt project in Carbon and Albany counties. With another 250 megawatt facility to be built Continue reading

Steamboat Tax Collections Up To End Year

Steamboat tax collections increased slightly in December, according to the preliminary Sales Use and Accommodation Tax Report. Taxes for December grew by just over 1%, or $33,000, as compared to the previous year, with the biggest Continue reading

Free Tax Filing Assistance Available In Craig

Income tax filing assistance will be available this week in Craig for those who qualify. The Moffat County United Way will hold Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, Thursday and Friday in the Bell Tower building at CNCC. Trained volunteers will be available to provide free confidential assistance with Continue reading

Steamboat Tax Collections Increase Again

Steamboat tax collections in November were higher than previously indicated in the preliminary Sales Use and Accommodation Tax Report. Taxes for November grew by more than 5.5%, or $74,500, when compared to the previous year, with the biggest gains coming from lodging and Continue reading

Free Tax Filing Assistance Available

Income tax filing assistance will be available next month in Craig for those who qualify. The Moffat County United Way will hold Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Thursday Febuary 8th and Friday Febuary 9th, in the Bell Tower building at CNCC. Trained volunteers will be available to provide free confidential assistance with Federal and Colorado Continue reading

Steamboat Tax Collections Up Again

Steamboat tax collections increased again in November, according to the preliminary Sales Use and Accommodation Tax Report. Taxes for November grew by almost 5%, or $68,000, when compared to the previous year, with the Continue reading

Gardner And Bennet Sound Off On Taxes

The US Senate passed their tax overhaul bill Tuesday along party lines. Due to procedural issues, The House of Representatives will vote on the bill again Wednesday morning.  It is expected to hit President Trump’s desk for a signature Wednesday before noon. After the bill was passed by the Senate. Democrat Senator Michael Bennet who voted against the bill said tax reform should have addressed the Continue reading

Bill To Fix Congressional Sexual Harassment Complaint Process

Bi –partisan legislation has been introduced that would overhaul the process sexual harassment victims have to go through when reporting a claim against a member of Congress. Senator Cory Gardner was part of the group of Senators who introduced the bill, which would also prevent tax payer funds from being used to settle claims, and would allow  public disclosure whenever sexual Continue reading

Tax Reform Talk With Congressman Tipton

Congressman Scott Tipton Joined Wild West Radio recently to discuss a variety of issues, including tax reform, Child Health Insurance Program or CHIP funding, Sage Grouse Conservation, the Obamacare repeal process, and we also got the Congressman’s Continue reading

Steamboat Taxes Up $70K For October

Steamboat tax collections increased again in October, according to the most recent Sales Use and Accommodation Tax Report. Taxes for October grew by 5%, or $70,000, when compared to the previous year, with the biggest gains Continue reading

Measure To Replace Hayden School Passed After Rrecount

The recount has been completed on Hayden Ballot measure 3A, which confirmed the unofficial results, with the vote tally ending with 431 votes for and 429 votes against. Now that the measure has been approved, the Hayden school district will apply for a “BEST Grant” through the Colorado Department of Education, worth $40 million, which Continue reading