Business news across the Yampa Valley.
The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement will begin the 30-day public comment period on Trapper Mine’s environmental assessment with a community outreach meeting on Oct. 29.
At Thursday night’s Craig Chamber of Commerce mixer, supporters of the Moffat County Local Marketing District had a big announcement to make.
Craig City Council recap for Oct. 13.
After years of work, Craig Chamber of Commerce has its new welcome sign proudly displayed on the old drive-in movie theatre on U.S. Highway 40 east of Craig.
Vote “yes” on Local Marketing District, broadband
Autumn — it’s the season for beautiful blue skies, golden landscapes and herds of hunters. It’s also the season when we get to make important decisions for our community’s future on Election Day. Moffat County voters have the opportunity to vote on Referred Ballot Measure 5A when the ballots are sent to your homes in mid-October. Review your ballot and vote “yes” to be a part of our future.
The Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees entered into a consulting services agreement with Kim Bird this month in order to evaluate whether or not to renew its contract with Quorum Health Resources.
A series listening sessions on the federal coal leasing program spurred participation and comment from groups on both sides of the issue.
Business news from across Northwest Colorado.
Yampa Valley Data Partners is still looking for the rest of its 2015 funding. On Tuesday, Executive Director Keith Kramer will address Craig City Council to see if the City can provide any money.
Coal has been a hot topic in Northwest Colorado lately, but don’t forget about Moffat County’s intimate relationship with the oil and gas industry.
U.S. district Judge R. Brooke Jackson has approved a joint remedy Monday morning that will keep Trapper Mine employees on the job while providing a timeline for a new environmental assessment to be preformed.
Business news across Northwest Colorado.
In 2012, Northwest Colorado’s town of Craig officially achieved a status that residents and recurring tourists had known for years. The designation of “Elk Hunting Capital of the World” became a true trademark for the city, largely thanks to five years of effort by local businessman John Ponikvar, who put forth the time and money in the venture in order to brand Craig in the right way. More than a mere slogan, the title is one that remains an important part of promoting all the area has to offer to incoming hunters from around the globe.
Owner: ‘Misjudged’ customer volume
Another Craig dining establishment has closed its doors, this time after being open for business less than two weeks. Tamale Town, 351 Ranney St., officially shut down operations Tuesday, only 12 days after its soft opening on Aug. 27 providing tamales, tacos and quesadillas to Northwest Colorado.