Water leaders from across the state converged on Steamboat Springs this week as part of the Colorado Water Congress Summer Conference.
Governor Jared Polis issued an executive order Wednesday that could protect future generations of big game on the wintery ranges of Moffat County. According to a news release, the new executive order will focus on...
My senate colleagues from the Denver or Colorado Springs area can describe their districts by the streets that bound the communities that they represent. When they ask me about my district, I mention the borders of Wyoming and Utah and the Continental Divide. Their events are minutes apart, and mine are hours. I'm not complaining. I would challenge any state senator in the country to represent an area as rich in natural beauty and wonderful citizens.
The city of Craig and the local Humane Society have tentatively agreed on a location for the city’s new dog park. Earlier this year, officials with the city of Craig, Moffat County School District, and...
City workers at Craig’s wastewater treatment plant arrived at work to find putrid poo up to the ceiling Monday morning after Mother Nature knocked out the plant’s electricity Sunday night.
BRECKENRIDGE — Officials from the Colorado Department of Transportation stopped Tuesday in Summit County as part of the agency’s summer statewide listening tour. CDOT is visiting towns across Colorado to gather feedback and concerns about...
The Craig City Council voted to increase the proposed excise and sales taxes on marijuana sold inside the city limits Tuesday night — taxes that will take effect only if voters vote yes on several marijuana-related ballot questions in November.
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser will host a town hall in Craig to discuss state and local issues.
Craig City Council will hold the first reading of its proposed marijuana ordinance and possibly act on a major solar project this week. According to the council agenda, Paul Knowles of the Museum of Northwest...
Moffat County commissioners want folks to know the county is open for business.
The Bureau of Land Management says residents of Moffat County and Craig don’t illegally dump trash on rural public lands at the rate some Western Slope communities do.
One of Moffat County's own will be part of a new statewide agency to address fire prevention and control.
The Craig Police Department is training a new member of the force — one slightly more hairy and with more teeth than your average police officer.
HAYDEN — Five years after Colorado legalized a commercial cannabis market, the Hayden Town Council on Thursday passed an ordinance allowing the sale of the drug and creating an application process for people wanting to open cannabis shops within city limits.
Friday will mark the first day of a 30-day protest period for the Bureau of Land Management’s sale of oil and gas leases across Colorado’s Western Slope. According to a Friday news release from the...
A main sewer line replacement project on Pershing Street hit a major setback after a water main break washed much crews' hard work down the hill near the Sandrocks.
After a week filled with pushback from water managers and users, especially on the Western Slope, the director of the Colorado Water Conservation Board has decided to hold upcoming workgroup meetings about a potential water-demand management effort in public and will no longer ask the workgroup volunteers to sign non-disclosure agreements or always meet behind closed doors.
There are 41 state parks across Colorado offering access to some of the state’s most magnificent and diverse outdoor natural features, from mountain lakes to world class rock climbing, hiking and camping. Colorado’s state parks...
Craig City Council shortens library, museum stimulus from first few years of marijuana businesses under proposed ordinance
At its regular Tuesday meeting, Craig City Council determined it will lower the length of time any possible extra marijuana tax dollars would go toward funding Museum of Northwest Colorado and the Craig branch of Moffat County Libraries.
BLM White River Field Office moves toward increased recreation options in Rio Blanco, Garfield, Moffat County
The Bureau of Land Management announced this week that it has released the Final Environmental Assessment for its proposed Travel Management Resource Management Plan Amendment for the 1.5 million-acre White River Field Office in Northwest Colorado, according to a BLM news release.