Steamboat student graduates from Missouri State University |

Steamboat student graduates from Missouri State University

Jason Eavenson, of Steamboat Springs, graduated with a master of science degree in education from Missouri State University during May 18 commencement exercises.

Eavenson was among 2,631 students who received degrees.

Oak Creek hosts free summer business mixer on June 28

The town of Oak Creek and Oak Creek Labor Day Committee present a free Oak Creek Business Mixer at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, June 28 at Colorado Bar & Grill, 100 E. Main. First glass of beer or wine is free. Call Mary Alice Page-Allen at 970-736-3422 with questions.

Soroco High School Class of 1998 scheduled to host reunion

The Soroco High School graduating class of 1998 will be celebrating its 20-year class reunion with a potluck barbecue at 11 a.m. July 7 at Decker Park in Oak Creek. Spouses and families are welcome, and those who plan to attend are asked to bring a side dish.

Steamboat students named to Colby College’s dean’s list

Andrew J. Williamson, of Steamboat Springs, was recently named to the dean’s list at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, for spring 2018 semester. He was one of 438 Colby students to qualify for the dean’s list by earning a GPA of 3.75 or greater. Williamson is the son of Charles and Mary Williamson of Steamboat Springs and is majoring in mathematical sciences and economics.

CPW hosts public wildlife disease meetings in Meeker, Craig

Chronic wasting disease in Colorado will be the topic of discussion during two meetings with CPW’s Chronic Wasting Disease Advisory Group. The first public discussion is scheduled from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 26 at the White River Electric Association, 233 Sixth Street in Meeker. The second event will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. July 2 in Room 185 at Colorado Northwest Community College’s Craig Campus, 2801 W. Ninth St.

The advisory group — composed of CPW managers, CPW commissioners and a variety of stakeholders — will present current findings and answer questions about the potential effects the disease may have on local ungulate populations. Although the disease affects deer, elk and moose, CPW has focused on deer due to the higher prevalence in the species.

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