Steamboat Radio News by Shannon Lukens
Federal Law Enforcement agencies and the police in Craig have intercepted just over three pounds of methamphetamine last week. 47-year-old Nancy Grijalba of Craig was arrested in connection with the movement of the drugs. Grijalba’s bond was set at $50,000.
Employees with Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation will have free COVID-19 testing available to them once a month this summer. It’s part of a partnership with the Routt County Public Health Department. Current employees can get in touch with HR for details. Other businesses in Routt County are also welcome to participate in testing partnerships. Just reach out to the Public Health department.
The Steamboat Gravel bike race had to be canceled this year due to the COVID-19 concerns. Instead, race organizers are holding an SBT Virtual race, from major cities. It’s free for anyone to take part in the virtual event, but they can also donate to support some local groups like the Boys & Girls Club of Steamboat, and the cycling team for Winter Sports Club. Here’s event organizer Amy Charity.
Charity says partners and sponsors are also excited about the SBT Virtual event and they hope next year’s race will be bigger and better than ever.
Photo courtesy Yampa Valley Community Foundation
A local gym owner has been honored as the Individual Philanthropist of the Year, from the Yampa Valley Community Foundation. Graham Muir owns the Manic Training workout gym. He is known for supporting charitable causes and nonprofits in the community.
The Visitor Center in Steamboat Springs reopens Monday. Hours are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Mondays, Fridays, and Saturday. Chamber Gift Cards are available at this time and masks will be required.
Two midwives have been added to the staff at the UCHealth Women’s Care Clinic in Steamboat Springs. Liz Kilmer-Sterling made the move from Craig after Memorial Regional Health ended its obstetric services in January. She says she has delivered about 25 babies since then. Nurse-midwife Jennifer Allen started in May.
Fireworks will be flying over Steamboat Lake State Park on the 4th of July, if enough money is raised. The park is trying to raise $10,000 to have the display. Link to donate: https://www.friendsofcoloradostateparks.com/fund-for-colorado?fbclid=IwAR3Vb5Fms2jTtLZp6Tj4k65mHoSvn4ESNS1AdygXY89of-W69o8Iwl22kGo
Hayden Gymkhana is tomorrow morning, at the Routt County Fairgrounds. Check-in starts at 8:30 a.m.