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From 2010 to present, WildEarth Guardians have initiated a total of 152 cases in federal district courts and 55 in the Circuit Court of Appeals for a total of 207 cases. In 2010 alone they filed 61 claims — an average of about one per week.
Business news from around Craig and Moffat County.
Business news across Craig and Moffat County.
U.S Sen. Cory Gardner said he can’t help but get emotional when he thinks about the challenges facing Northwest Colorado.
Moffat County real estate transactions for April
The U.S. Department of the Interior has decided not to pursue an appeal of a federal court ruling that threatened to close Colowyo coal mine in Northwest Colorado.
Business news across Moffat County.
On June 12, legal counsel for WildEarth Guardians filed their response in opposition to Colowyo Coal Co.’s motion for stay pending appeal.
Steamboat’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing Rob Perlman has been promoted to president and chief operating officer of Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. effective July 1.
Any new chairlifts, as well as a higher-capacity gondola, which is being considered, would still go through the rigorous National Environmental Protection Act process overseen by the Forest Service.
More than 450 businesses requested that their names be removed from the WildEarth Guardians’ website after Craig businesses boycotted New Belgium Brewing Company for being listed as a supporter of the environmental group.
As a part of their monthly speaker series, The Steamboat Institute hosted a panel of experts Wednesday night to discuss “The Coming Storm of Federal Energy Regulations and Their Impact on Colorado Business.”
Six New Belgium Brewery representatives visited Craig this week after several local business owners pulled the company’s beer for supporting WildEarth Guardians, the environmental group that litigated against Colowyo Coal Mine and Trapper Mining, Inc.
Downtown Business Association seeks input for summer project
The goodness of homegrown and homemade items will return to downtown Craig next week. The Craig Farmers Market will set up shop beginning June 18 in Alice Pleasant Park on the 500 block of Yampa Avenue. The market will be open from noon to 6 p.m. every Thursday of the summer through Sept. 24.