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Murderer of Patricia Richmond Sentenced to 50 years

Patricia-RichmondCole Pollard, pleaded guilty Tuesday to 2nd Degree Murder and Attempted Sexual Assault for the killing of Patricia Richmond in North Routt County which occurred in June last year. Per a plea agreement, Pollard was sentenced to 50 years to life in prison. Specifically, the Court ordered Mr. Pollard to serve 40 years in prison for murder to be followed by a consecutive 10 years to life for attempted sexual assault. Continue reading

Hayden Woman Killed In Rollover

COLO-STATE-PATROL-300A Hayden woman died Sunday night when she crashed her vehicle on Highway 40, just east of Hayden. 28 year old Christine Carlberg was traveling west with her child when she lost control of her vehicle causing it to roll multiple times. Carlberg was not wearing her seat belt and was ejected from the Continue reading

Register For CNCC Summer Camps

CNCC-LOGO-400Registration for the youth summer camps hosted by Colorado Northwestern Community College is scheduled for Thursday Continue reading

Residents Question Source Of Noise

city of craigWild West Radio News has received numerous reports of what sounded like an explosion in the Craig area Thursday night around 9:30.  One person said the event shook their home on the east side Continue reading

Get Your Hay In The Hay Directory

department of AGListings for the 2016 Colorado Hay Directory are now being accepted by The Colorado Department of Agriculture. The Colorado Hay Directory helps hay producers in the state market their product to hay buyers. The deadline to Continue reading

CO Letter Carriers Collect Food For Needy

food-driveMail carriers statewide Saturday picked up 350,000 pounds of food during the annual “Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.” All of the food collected will stay in the state to help those in need. 2016 numbers for Nothwest Colorado have not been released, but last year during Continue reading

Rockfall Closes Road In Steamboat

steamboat-logo-charcoal-300River Road in Steamboat is closed to through traffic in the canyon section between Brooklyn neighborhood and Tree Haus due to a minor rockfall. The City is asking that all traffic including bike and pedestrian traffic Continue reading

Primaries Considered For Colorado

Vote_CheckmarkDue to criticism over the use of caucuses to determine Colorado’s presidential nominees the state is taking steps towards adopting a primary election system for the next election. A bill was passed out of the Colorado House of Representatives yesterday that would require the Governor to set a presidential primary date for any Continue reading

Marijuana To Be Allowed In CO Schools

colorado-state-seal-300The bill that would allow Colorado Students who use medical marijuana to receive their medication from a school nurse or parental guardian has reached the Governors desk for a signature. The bill was unanimously approved 35-0 last week by the State Senate on the second of two votes required to pass the bill. The bill would allow schools to permit Continue reading

Police Search For Deadly Hit And Run Suspect

COLO-STATE-PATROL-3001Police are looking for assistance in identifying the driver of a deadly hit and run that occurred in Eagle County at about 4 yesterday morning. 76 year old Thomas Landauer  from McCoy was standing outside his pickup on highway 131 when he was struck and killed by an unknown vehicle that fled the area. Police believe that the vehicle that fled was Continue reading

Child Abuse And Neglect Examined

noABUSE-300x205Legislation is on its way to the Colorado State Senate that would change the definition of child abuse and neglect. A state representative says the bill ensures the examination of all factors prior to removing a child from a home. The legislation also requires the state to work with Continue reading

Colorado Parks And Wildlife Commission To Meet Next Week

colorado parksThe Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission will hold a meeting in Grand Junction on May 12th and 13th to discuss issues that affect areas in Northwest Colorado. Specific topics of discussion will include Gunnison Basin elk management, fish diseases in Colorado hatcheries, climate science, revenue generation and Continue reading