Craig briefs: Tri-State hosts meeting about Unit 1 closure
Tri-State will host a meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 16 at Moffat County High School, at which company CEO Mike McInnes will discuss Craig Station closing Unit 1 and answer questions. The community is encouraged to attend.
Cruisers car show slated for 7:30 p.m. Thursday Sept. 16
The Craig Colorado Cruisers Car Club will hold its September “cruise-in” and “show and shine” from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 16 at McDonald’s.
Club members and anyone with a new or classic muscle car, hot rod, antique or custom car, truck or motorcycle are invited bring their rides. Drivers who are part of the cruise-in will receive a meal compliments of McDonald’s.
There will be music and free ice cream cones for children. Those who want can go for a cruise across town at the end of the event.
United Way Campaign gets underway Sept. 16
Moffat County United Way will kick off its 2017 Campaign on Thursday at Yampa Valley Bank on Sept. 16. The bank is matching as much as $5,000 of donations that day. Vallartas is donating the food for a taco bar. The theme this year is United We Can. The event will start at 11 a.m. and wrap up at 5:30 p.m.
State Highway 9 safety improvements continue
Traffic impacts can be expected northbound and southbound on Colorado Highway 9, Monday through Friday, during daylight hours, according to a news release.
A temporary lane will be in place detouring traffic around construction from mile marker 130 to 131. Speeds will be reduced to 25 mph through the temporary lanes. These temporary detour lanes are necessary while crews install a wildlife underpass structure and will remain in place until underpass construction is complete.
Motorists can expect one lane of alternating traffic and as much as 45 minute delays through the construction zone.
Spring Creek Road and Blue Valley Acres residents are advised to plan for extra time exiting their neighborhoods. Wide loads are restricted to 12 feet.
Motorists, cyclists and bikers, should exercise extreme caution and follow reduced posted speed limits and flaggers’ instructions. Adhere to the 35 or 45 mile per hour speed limits as posted.
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