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Colorado & Yampa Valley Gives Day Next Month

Colorado Gives Day is Tuesday December 5th. The annual event encourages residents to give back to local and statewide non profits to help increase philanthropy in Colorado. In Conjunction Continue reading

Tax Workshop For Ag Producers

There will be a tax workshop for those involved with agriculture next week in Craig. The Agricultural Tax Workshop is being hosted by the Moffat County Cattle Women and will be held Thursday November 30th from 5:30 to 7 at Frontier Station. Attendees will receive advice on year Continue reading

Free Park Entry Black Friday

If Black Friday shopping is not your thing, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is offering a cheaper, less stressful option for black Friday. CPW is giving away free admission to all State Parks Black Friday as part of the Fresh Air Friday program, which started last year. The CPW Director says this is an Continue reading

Coloradans Hit The Road For Thanksgiving

The number of Coloradans traveling more than 50 miles from their homes for the Thanksgiving holiday is expected to increase for the 10th straight year.  AAA is estimating that approximately 865 thousand Coloradans will Continue reading

Colorado VA Facilities Used Improper Wait Lists

Colorado Veteran Affairs facilities used improper wait lists, according to a new report from the VA’s Office of Inspector General. The agency released a report last week confirming that VA staff kept unauthorized wait lists for group therapy sessions, instead of using the department’s official wait list Continue reading

Baumgardner Accused Of Sexual Harassment

Colorado State Senator Randy Baumgardner has been accused of sexual harassment by a legislative intern. Megan Creeden, has accused Baumgardner of frequently asking her to drink alone with him in his office and making inappropriate comments, including one that Continue reading

Heat Is On For Thanksgiving

The Thanksgiving Heat is On DUI Enforcement Campaign in Colorado is underway and will last through Monday the 27th. The Colorado Department of Transportation is partnering with the State Patrol, and other local law Continue reading

Time To Prep Snowmobiles

Snow in the forecast today is a good reminder that now is the time to prepare your snowmobile for winter. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is advising all snowmobilers to make preparations to their machines and safety equipment, and to get their annual snowmobile registration before heading into the backcountry. You should give your snowmobile Continue reading

Should Marijuana Businesses Get Tax Deductions?

A bill has been introduced in the US Senate that would allow marijuana businesses, that are operating in states with legalized marijuana, to utilize common business tax deductions and credits. Senator Cory Gardner is a co-sponsor of the bipartisan bill called the Small Business Tax Equity Act.  If passed, the bill would allow marijuana Continue reading

375 Arrested For DUI Over Halloween Weekend

375 impaired drivers were taken off the roads by Colorado law enforcement officers over the Halloween weekend.  This is an increase from the 325 drivers that were arrested during Halloween weekend last year. During the Fall Festivals DUI enforcement period, which ran from September 15 to October 23, law enforcement Continue reading

NW Colorado Health’s CEO To Resign

Northwest Colorado Health’s Chief Executive Officer Lisa Brown has announced that she will be resigning. Brown was named CEO in January Continue reading

Senate Introduces Legislation To Simplify Taxes

The U.S Senate introduced legislation yesterday to simplify the tax code in the United States, to help provide tax relief to the American people. According to a summary of the bill from the Senate Committee on Finance, “The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” provides responsible middle-class tax relief by cutting tax Continue reading