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Water Shut Off in Shadow Mountain Friday

shadow mountain village meeting-150 editWater will be shut off Friday for residents of Shadow Mountain, Sunrise Lane and properties on city water on the west side of the bypass.  The shut-off is necessary for part of the work being done in the Water and Sewer Line Repalcement Project in the Shadow Mountain Subdivision.  The shut-off will last from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Club 20 to Hold Winter Committee Meetings

club 20-229Club 20 will hold their Winter Committee Meetings over the next couple of weeks in Grand Junction. Those that would like to show up are asked to register online or by phone by calling 970-242-3264. The first Continue reading

Steamboat Youth Named One of Ten Corpsmembers of the Year

cycThe Colorado Youth Corps Association (CYCA) honored its 2014 Corpsmembers of the Year yesterday at the annual Youth Corps Awards Ceremony, held at the Colorado State Capitol. Ben Andersen with the Steamboat Springs Community Youth Corps was recognized, alongside nine other young people representing all corners of the state, for his outstanding Continue reading

Craig Teen Dies In Auto Accident

fatal-30017 year old  male Torivio Tovar  of Craig died following a two vehicle collision that occurred just before 3pm on US Highway 40 one mile west of Craig. Tovar was driving a Ford F250 away Continue reading

Club 20 Identifies Top Ten Issues for Session

club 20-229Club 20 held their informational meeting and county caucuses in Craig Thursday. During the meeting the group identified their Top Ten issues they would like the state legislature to take up during the next Continue reading

Club 20 to Hold Meeting in Craig Thursday

club 20-229Club 20 is holding their Community Informational Meeting and County Caucus meeting in Craig this week. The public is encouraged to attend. Club 20 says those that attend will hear about the group’s activities on Continue reading

Club 20 to Hold Informational Meeting in Craig

club 20-229Club 20 will hold an informational meeting in Craig next week. The group is encouraging residents to show up to learn more about Club 20’s activities on behalf of Western Colorado. Continue reading

Gardner Speaks on Northwest Colorado Issues

gardnerU.S. Congressman and Senate candidate Cory Gardner spoke with Wild West Radio about northwest Colorado issues yesterday. The congressman touched on issues such as energy, health care, and sage grouse. During the discussion, Gardner spoke against the federal government’s recent habits of trying to control water, land and energy development in the west. Gardner says Continue reading

Udall, Hickenlooper Yet to Commit to Talking About Northwest Colorado

mark-udall-300JOHN-HICKENLOOPER-300It has been over a month since Wild West Radio requested interviews with Senator Mark Udall and Governor John Hickenlooper.  There has still been no commitment from either camp.  Both are up for Continue reading

Tipton Questions USDA’s Water Claims

SCOTT-TIPTON-300Yesterday, Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) questioned U.S. Department of Agriculture Undersecretary Robert Bonnie during a House Agriculture Subcommittee hearing to review the Interpretive Rule Regarding the Applicability of Clean Water Act Agricultural Exemptions. During the hearing, Tipton contested Bonnie’s claims that agriculture producers’ access to water would be Continue reading

Hearing to be Held Tomorrow on EPA Proposed Water Rule

EPA-300Tomorrow, the Small Business Committee will conduct a hearing titled “Will EPA’s ‘Waters of the United States’ Rule Drown Small Businesses?” The hearing will examine the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) and United States Army Corps of Engineers’ proposed rule to broaden the scope of waters subject Continue reading

Steamboat Yampa River Trail Closures

river floodingThe City of Steamboat Springs Parks, Open Space and Recreational Services Department have closed sections of the Yampa River Core Trail and other local trails as high water rises this spring.  Continue reading