Northwest Colorado Fire Management Unit officials warn that two wildfires in Routt County this week highlight the persistent dry conditions that have kept the area’s fire risk unusually high for this time of year.
Children 8 weeks to 10 years old can take part in the service while their parents or caregivers use the Old Town Hot Springs facility for workouts.
A wildfire between Yampa and Phippsburg temporarily closed Colorado Highway 131 on Tuesday afternoon.
Cattlemen's Land Trust Executive Director Chris West said the recent marriage of staffer Megan Manner to South Routt rancher Tyler Knott was a contributing factor in the decision to open an office here.
Routt County Emergency Management Director Bob Struble said firefighters still were working Monday morning near Routt County Road 46 to put out some hot spots around the blaze.
A agricultural burn got out of control near the base of Sleeping Giant on Sunday afternoon.
Water samples are being tested for chemical content, nutrients, E. coli and alkalinity, among other properties.
Bat specialist Rob Mies will be bringing four ambassador bats from around the world to Library Hall at Bud Werner Memorial Library on Sunday.
This year, Home ReSource’s Creative Community Art project invited artists, or anyone with an “outside the box” mentality, to use recycled materials to create a unique new identity for castaway items.
As of Thursday morning, a fire 15 miles northwest of Rifle had burned 600 acres of conifer, subalpine fir and spruce with a heavy component of beetle-killed timber.
It didn't take long for community members in the town of Hayden to step up and help a woman who was displaced Sunday night after her home caught fire, killing two cats.
A house fire Sunday in Hayden killed two cats and caused extensive damage to a home on North Poplar Street.
The Yampa Valley Crane Festival is a four-day event featuring viewings, workshops, exhibitions, lectures and family activities relating to greater sandhill cranes.
The wildfire has burned more than 15,416 acres in Wyoming and has destroyed three dozen homes and forced extensive evacuations.
Residents who live within city limits once again will be allowed to use their charcoal grills and have fires in fire rings that have been permitted by the fire department.