Tag Archives: 2018

Colorado Business Environment Strengthens

More businesses are setting up shop in Colorado. Secretary of State Wayne Williams announced last week that new business filings are up 5% over the last year. He says employment is expected to increase over the next six Continue reading

Skate Park Removed Because It Was Unsafe

The skateboard ramps that were removed this week from the Craig skate park were recently reviewed by CIRSA, the City’s insurance provider, and were determined Continue reading

New City Council Sworn In Tuesday

A new City Council was sworn in Tuesday night at Craig City Hall. John Ponikvar took the oath of office to become Craig’s new Mayor while Andrea Camp and Chris Nichols were sworn in as new councilmen, as were reelected council members Jarrod Ogden and Tony Bohrer. All expressed Continue reading

MOCO Kindergarten Registration Underway

Kindergarten registration started this week for all Moffat County Elementary schools for the 2017-2018 school year. To register for elementary school, your child needs to be 5 years old on or before August 31st. Registration will take place through March Continue reading

No Medical Marijuana Vote In Wyoming

An initiative that would have given Wyoming residents the opportunity to approve medical marijuana in the state, will not be on the ballot in 2018. A group, which has been collecting signatures for the initiative since 2015, failed to turn in the signatures they collected by the established deadline, which was last Tuesday. Despite the setback, medical Continue reading

Demand For Coal Projected to Increase

Coal production in the USA hit a nearly 40 year low last year.  However, according to the Energy Information Administration, demand and production are expected to increase in 2017. They predict production should Continue reading

Time To Research Schools For 2017-2018

Governor John Hickenlooper has declared this week National School Choice Week in Colorado. Families are encouraged to research and evaluate the K through 12 school choices available to their children in advance of the 2017 and 2018 school year. National School Choice Week also looks to raise awareness around the importance of providing Continue reading

Fill Out FAFSA Application For Free

fafsaColorado College Students can now fill out the Federal Student Aid or FAFSA applications for free online. The application period began earlier this month, in past years it did not begin until the first of January. Unlike in the past, students can use their tax information from the previous Continue reading