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Study Finds Potential Voter Fraud

A study which examined 11.5 million voter records in five states, including Colorado, uncovered 112 instances of possible improper voting, which occurred in the 2016 presidential election. Ten people who voted in Colorado are suspected of casting two Continue reading

5,000 Coloradans Withdraw Voter Registration

Around 5,000 Coloradans have voluntarily withdrawn their voter registration since President Trump’s Election Integrity Commission announced they would ask states for publicly available voter roll data. Colorado’s Secretary of State Wayne Williams says there’s no evidence that the 5,000 people who Continue reading

Trump Admin Asks For Voter Information

In an effort to find the nearly 3 million illegal voters President Trump claims voted in the last election, a presidential election commission has asked states to provide them with public voter roll data. In response, Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams says he will release publicly available information to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, but he says he Continue reading

Club 20 Visits D.C. To Talk NW Colorado Issues

Moffat County Commissioner Ray Beck and 33 other members of the group Club 20, are traveling to Washington DC this week to meet with members of the Trump administration. CLUB 20 is an organization of counties, communities, businesses, individuals and Continue reading

Listen To CPW Commission Meetings

The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission will meet Thursday and Friday in Grand Junction. The meetings will take place at the Courtyard Marriott Thursday and Friday from 8:30 to 12:30. The commission will be discussing the Colorado Trail Continue reading

Meeting To Discuss Routt County Master Plan

The Routt County Planning Commission will host a meeting this week in Hayden to discuss the Routt County Master Plan. The meeting will allow the planning team to answer questions about the regulations contained in the plan concerning water Continue reading

Listen To CPW Commission Meetings

The Colorado Parks and Wildlife commission will hold meetings tomorrow and Thursday in Denver. They will be discussing financial sustainability, non-motorized trail grant funding and citizen petitions among other issues. They will also review several game damage claims and proposed property purchases. The meetings will start tomorrow at Continue reading

Listen Live To CPW Commission Meetings In Meeker

PARKS AND WILDLIFEThe Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission will hold meetings this week in Meeker to discuss a variety of issues. The Wildlife Commission will receive updates from the CPW director, regional managers and law enforcement. They will also discuss procedural rules for citizen petitions. The meetings will take place at the Continue reading

Wyoming Same Sex Marriage Controversy

wyoming-flag-graphicThe Wyoming Supreme Court will soon have to decide whether or not to remove a Pinedale Judge for refusing to perform same sex marriages. The Wyoming Judicial ethics commission filed a brief before the Court last week claiming that it is not within Judge Ruth Neeley’s constitutional rights to deny marriage to gay couples based on her religious Continue reading

Listen Live To CPW Commission Meeting

PARKS AND WILDLIFEThe Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission will be meeting this week in Pueblo to discuss a variety of issues. The Commission will be briefed on the legislative session, the Colorado Lottery, the outdoor recreation industry and other issues. They will also receive updates from CPW Director, and from the 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

Parks And Wildlife Discuss Wolves In Colorado

gray-wolfLate last year, the Parks and Wildlife Commission put forward a draft resolution to oppose the reintroduction of wolves into Colorado. The discussion about wolves will continue this Wednesday at the Commission’s regularly scheduled meeting in Denver.  More than ten years ago, Parks and Wildlife approved a plan for managing wolves that migrate into Colorado. Continue reading