Tag Archives: 2014

119th Death Occurs On Wyoming Highways

A fatal crash occurred earlier this week in Wyoming, making that the 119th fatality to occur on Wyoming Highway’s this year. 61-year-old Terry Molgard of Guernsey was driving on Highway 26 near Fort Larime, when his vehicle left the road, causing him to over correct, flipping the vehicle. Molgard was not wearing a seat-belt Continue reading

Highway Fatalities Up In Wyoming For 2017

A Montana man died in a roll-over accident earlier this week near Alpine Wyoming, making that the 103rd fatality to occur on Wyoming highways so far this year. 45-year-old James Watters was driving on Highway 89 when his vehicle drifted Continue reading

CO Marijuana Sales Top $1 Billion In 2016

The Colorado Department of Revenue announced last week that combined sales of recreational and medical marijuana topped $1 billion in 2016. From the 1.3 billion dollars in marijuana sales, Colorado collected nearly $200 million in state tax revenue. The $200 million dollars does not include the Continue reading

Oil And Gas Impacts On Colorado Economy

oil-and-gas-industry-300A study by the University of Colorado Shows the Colorado Oil and Gas Industry is Key to the State’s Economic Health and Stability.  It also illustrates the positive impact of oil and gas to every Coloradan.  The oil and gas industry in 2014 pumped $31.7 billion into Colorado’s economy, according to the study, which was released yesterday.  Overall, the Continue reading

Kinkaid to Speak at Public Hearing on Greenhouse Gasses

John KinkaidMoffat County Commissioner John Kinkaid will speak at a public hearing regarding greenhouse gasses next week. Kinkaid asked to speak at the hearing for the proposed Federal Plan Requirements for Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Electric Utility Generating Units Constructed on or Before January 8, 2014. The Continue reading

Parade Of Lights Kicks Off The Christmas Season

DSC_0138 lgThis years Parade of Lights through Craig was proclaimed the best ever by many.  Parade goers were treated to mild temperatures and over 30 lighted entries which featured dogs, horses, atv’s, fire trucks and of course Continue reading

Moffat, Routt and Rio Blanco Election Results


Unofficial Results From The 2014 ELECTION

Key results listed below

– Moffat County –
Referred Measure 1A (Marijuana growing operations) failed.
No 59% – Yes 41%

– Rio Blanco County –
Question 1A (Telecommunications Services) passed
Yes 80% – No 20%

Issue 3A (Meeker School District Tax Override) failed
No 47% – Yes 53%

– Routt County –
Commissioner District 3
Cari Hermacinski – 51% (winner)
Steve Ivancie – 49%

County Treasurer
Britta Horn – 52% (winner)
Nikki Knoebel – 48%

County Coroner
Darrel Levingston – 35%
Rob Ryg – 65% (winner)

Referendum 3A (Hayden School District Tax Extension) – passed
Yes 72% – No 28%

Referendum 3B (SoRoCo School District Tax Extension) – passed
Yes 75% – No 25%

Referendum 5A (Tree Haus Debt and Tax For Waste Water Improvements) – passed
Yes 84% – No 16% 

Statewide Results 

Complete Moffat County Results

Complete Rio Blanco County Results

Complete Routt County Results