Mostly sunny. Highs in the lower to mid 40s. Southwest winds 10 to 15 mph.
Partly cloudy. Lows 17 to 23. Southwest winds 10 to 15 mph.
HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
Today through Saturday: Spotty critical fire weather conditions will be possible again this afternoon over portions of the southern I-25 corridor, mainly around Walsenburg.
A storm system will bring a better chance of snow for the mountains and possibly the plains from Tuesday through Thursday morning. Moderate snow accumulations are expected over the Continental Divide, with lesser amounts over the southeastern mountains and plains.
Snow will begin over the northern Central Mountains late Saturday evening as another storm approaches.
Information provided by National Weather Service
Vaccines and boosters are available at the Custer County Public Health Agency. Call 719-783-3369 for more information.
ROADS & HIGHWAYS
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Gather information about weather forecasts and anticipated travel impacts and current road conditions prior to hitting the road. CDOT resources include:
Road Conditions and Travel Information: COtrip.org
Download COtrip Planner App: bit.ly/COtripapp
Sign up for Project or Travel Alerts: bit.ly/COnewsalerts
Scheduled Construction Lane Closures: bit.ly/laneclosures
INFORMATIONAL MEETING: CHILDREN’S HEALTH FUND GRANT APPLICANTS
The High Mountain Hay Fever Children’s Health Fund is a local grant funding opportunity for agencies and nonprofit organizations for children’s physical, emotional, social, and educational health programs.
An informational meeting will be held at the Library Community Room on January 11, from 4-5 pm.
For further information: Kathy Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org 719-783-0757
4-H is the largest Youth Development organization in the WORLD! More than 110,000 youth participate each year along with more than 10,000 leaders in Colorado. 4-H allows youth to explore their interests and develop life-changing skills in a safe, helpful environment.
Why should you enroll your child in 4-H?
Your child will gain life-changing skills such as public speaking, parliamentary procedures, leadership, service, and so much more through the 4-H program. Youth can also explore and learn more about their interest through project work.
For more information about the program please contact the CSU Custer County Extension office at 719-783-2514 or email@example.com
NEW enrollments are accepted until March 31st!
WCPA CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
Please consider volunteering at the Westcliffe Center for the Performing Arts this coming year.
Later this month, they’ll have a tour and open house at the Jones for potential volunteers to come and see what they’re all about and how you can help.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
WMVCF MANAGING DIRECTOR OPPORTUNITY
The WVMCF is currently looking for Managing Director to enhance and further the work of the organization. The director will focus on the day to day and unique administrative and program management responsibilities necessary to facilitate the program(s) effectively.
COUNTY RECYCLING OPERATOR OPPORTUNITY
Custer County is looking for a Recycling Operator to to support their recycling program.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 11th
MONDAY, JANUARY 9TH
5p Silver Cliff Town of Trustees Meeting, Silver Cliff Town Hall
TUESDAY, JANUARY 10TH
9a BOCC First Month Meeting, BOCC Boardroom
9a Custer County Tourism Board Meeting, Kirkpatrick Bank
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11TH
5:30p WMFPD Board Meeting, WMFPD Fire Station
THURSDAY, JANUARY 12TH
1p CC Recycles Board Meeting, Custer County Courthouse
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13TH
9:30a CC Library Board Meeting, West Custer County Library
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11TH
10a Gary Ziegler presents 40 Million Years of Local History in an Hour, The All Aboard Facility 110 Rosita Ave. Westcliffe
JANUARY 7TH-JANUARY 22ND
National Western Stock Show runs Jan. 7-22 at the National Western Complex, 4655 Humboldt St. in Denver.
School resumes Tuesday, January 10, 2023. Beginning that day, there will be a change in the drop-off/pick-up traffic flow at the school. There will also no longer be parking available along the street in front of the school. These changes reflect the Safe Routes to School Project.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 10TH
4:30p Girls & Boys Varsity Basketball vs La Veta (away game)
LOCAL NEWS WORTH A LOOK
Custer County judge OKs motion to consolidate four separate cases against Westcliffe chiropractor.
— Canon City Daily Record
Unanimous decision made to close Custer County Jail amid financial challenges.
Investigators with the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a report of a man pretending to be a police officer and pulling people over.
STATE NEWS WORTH A LOOK
NYC, Chicago mayors urge Colorado governor to stop sending asylum seekers to their cities.
Mountain lions killed 15 dogs in 30 days near a Colorado town. Attacks continued and now a lion is dead.
— Steamboat Pilot & Today
Egg shelves are empty at some Colorado grocery stores. Here’s what shoppers need to know about the egg shortage.
— The Denver Post
NATIONAL NEWS WORTH A LOOK
California braces for more storms as thousands are still without power.
— The New York Times
A new vaccine will protect honeybees from a bacterial disease affecting their larvae.
— WUSF Public Media