Moffat County

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Colorado Republicans Start Fight On Energy Bill

Colorado Republicans want to try undoing some left-leaning proposals adopted last year, and their campaign starts with electricity.


Moffat Official Finishes Substance Abuse Rehab

Moffat County Commissioner John Kinkaid says he’s completed a rehabilitation program for alcohol and prescription drug abuse and hopes to regain the public’s trust.


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BLM To Auction Leases In Garfield, Moffat Counties

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management plans to auction gas and oil drilling leases in Garfield and Moffat counties this August.


An image of the Wolf Fire (credit: Bureau of Land Management)

Wolf Fire In Moffat County 90 Percent Contained

A wildfire burning in steep terrain in Moffat County is 90 percent contained.


An image of the Wolf Fire (credit: Bureau of Land Management)

Wolf Fire Grows, Divide Fire Contained

Firefighters are working to contain a lightning-sparked wildfire in steep terrain in Moffat County.


The Cedar Knob Fire was burning about 20 miles south of Moffat (credit: Craig Daily Press)

Cedar Knob Fire Continues To Burn

The Cedar Knob Fire continues to burn about 20 miles south of Maybell in Moffat County.


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Colorado Ranchers & Farmers Struggle In The Drought

Recent rains are too little, too late for Colorado farmers and ranchers. The drought conditions mean many will be in the red this season.


Mitt Romney in Craig on Tuesday (credit: CBS)

Romney Makes Another Colorado Stop To Talk Energy

Romney met with hotel owners in Moffit County. The group had made a video inviting Romney to their hometown to talk about energy and the loss of jobs in the coal, oil and gas industries.


BLM Opens Scenic Land To Drilling

The federal government is opening 90 percent of the Little Snake Area to drilling while setting limits on other scenic areas in northwestern Colorado, limits that conservationists say are too little too late.


Flooding in Seamboat Springs on Monday (credit: Mike Dwire)

Hot Weather Prompts More Flood Warnings Across Colorado

Monday was the hottest day of the year in the state, prompting flood advisories and warnings for parts of northern and western Colorado, officials said.