From 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 23, US Highway 40 will be closed in both directions near the intersection of Lincoln Street in Craig for paving operations, according to a news release from...
The Bureau of Land Management’s headquarters will move to Grand Junction.
Twenty years ago, as a sophomore at University of Colorado Denver, Nathan Brough wrote an economics paper on hemp’s potential to grow the nation’s gross domestic product.
The Yampa Valley Regional Airport in Hayden is set to receive about $2.6 million in grant money to pay for upcoming expansion and improvement projects, including the construction of a new terminal.
The elk scat was plentiful as a group convened Monday morning along Colorado Highway 9 in northern Summit County near Green Mountain Reservoir. It was the third stop on a five-stop tour of popular wildlife crossings in the county.
Municipal voters in Craig could have three marijuana questions on the November ballot after city councilors hashed out much of the city’s new marijuana ordinance late Tuesday night.
The original, but aging Moffat County Courthouse is getting some major security and handicap accessibility upgrades with the help of a grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. County commissioners on Tuesday viewed the...
Two recently reported appearances of gray wolves in Colorado have led the state parks and wildlife officials to investigate whether the predator is returning to its historic homeland.
With so much standing water in the Yampa Valley, officials may need to spend more tax dollars controlling the mosquito population and the diseases they carry.
The Bureau of Land Management is hosting an open house July 16 in Hayden to discuss route evaluations and preliminary alternatives for managing more than 1,870 miles of inventoried roads and trails across approximately 638,195 acres in Moffat and Routt counties. Last year, recreation on lands managed by BLM Colorado generated $618 million and supported more than 5,000 jobs, according to a news release from BLM.
Conservation groups are taking to the courts to stop the Bureau of Land Management from selling oil and gas leases on public lands in Utah and Northwest Colorado.
A new railway route servicing the energy sector could make its way through Moffat County near Craig.
The Northwest Colorado Recreation Foundation is looking for engaged community members to help us fulfill our mission of bringing a community recreation center to Craig. There are currently three open seats.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Matt Karzen, a longtime prosecutor and Steamboat Springs resident, was sworn in Monday as district attorney of the 14th Judicial District. His appointment comes after Brett Barkey announced his resignation as DA in May....
Public health director role transitions from Northwest Colorado Health to working for Routt, Moffat County
Kari Ladrow’s new role as public health director for Routt and Moffat counties will bring added oversight and strategic vision, said Dan Weinheimer, Routt County Deputy Manager.
Councilwoman Andrea Camp has a service-oriented outlook on life in Craig. “I definitely appreciate the opportunity to serve the citizens of Craig,” Camp said. Given the news she was voted best councilperson by voters, Camp...
Matt Hammer is a man of many talents. You might catch a glimpse of Hammer responding to fires with Craig Fire/Rescue, regularly braving destructive blazes with his fellow firefighters.
He’s usually donning jeans and boots, cowboy hat and a pressed button-down — one of Craig’s quintessential cowboys and simultaneously Craig’s newest and favorite Moffat County commissioner.
A marijuana ordinance for Craig is in the works that could be passed with a ballot question in November asking municipal voters if they want recreational marijuana legalized inside Craig’s city limits.
There’s an excitement in the air. A new look for several businesses, a newly remodeled brewery are beginning to bring a sense something is on the horizon in downtown Craig.