'Sno Joke. There’s More to Come
By Michael McClanahan / March 23, 2023

They say March is Colorado’s snowiest month. But if you’ve been here more than a minute, you know snowfalls can last through the end of May along the Front Range. Even later in the mountains. And some of those can be doozies. Winter Work Takes a Toll Winter is especially tough on trucks and equipment. If your plows, scrapers, or other snow and ice removal equipment haven’t been inspected and...

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Michael McClanahan - February 21, 2022

Spring Storms Ahead. Keep Your Snowplows Rolling

Forget what Punxsutawney Phil and his wannabes say, there’s a whole lot more than six weeks of winter weather left in Colorado. More like sixteen if you start counting on Groundhog Day. Heck, we’ve...

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Mike McClanahan - January 25, 2022

Marshall, Middle Fork Fire Cleanup, Rebuilding Begin

It’s hard to grasp the magnitude of the firestorm that consumed nearly 1,100 homes and businesses and impacted even more thousands of lives the week after Christmas in the Boulder County communities...

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Michael McClanahan - January 15, 2022

O.J. Watson Sand Trucks Show True Grit

Rocky Mountain winters are full of challenges, and snowfalls are at the top of the list. They can range from light dustings to whiteout blizzards to massive dumps measured in feet instead of inches....

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Mike McClanahan - October 29, 2021

Parts and Parcels—OJ Watson Has Your Back

It’s frustrating enough when one of your vehicles breaks down but it’s outright aggravating when you have to wait days or even weeks for a replacement part. We’ve all seen the news about cargo ships...

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October 25, 2021

Is Your Fleet Ready for the Snow and Ice Season?

Mid-October is the average date for the Denver area’s first snowfall, and so far this year we’ve skated past that point with beautiful fall weather. But the foothills have seen several inches and...

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Mike McClanahan - September 28, 2021

Be Proactive with your Fall & Winter Fleet Needs

We’ve all heard about the chip shortage plaguing the auto industry, and if your plans include adding light trucks and vans to your fleet, that can cause significant delays. And while larger,...

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