Tag Archives: Front Range

VS Quarantines Being Released

cdaAs of this week, the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office has 65 locations under quarantine after horses and cows tested positive for Vesicular Stomatitis (VS); 261 of the 326 quarantines have now been released. Northwest Colorado is still VS free at this point, Continue reading

Udall Tour Won’t Bring Senator to Northwest Colorado

mark-udall-300Once again, Senator Mark Udall is embarking on what he calls a “statewide tour”, that will completely miss Northwest Colorado. The senator’s “Mark Your Ballot” tour will canvass the Front Range, and a few Western Slope communities. The closest Udall will get to our area is Grand Junction and Glenwood Springs. Continue reading

Romney to Visit Colorado

mitt-romney 300Mitt Romney is coming back to Colorado. The former Republican presidential candidate is planning to visit the Front Range next week. Romney will be campaigning for Gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez. The event is being billed as a rally, and will be held at Heritage High School in Littleton Monday. The public is invited. Those Continue reading

C-DOT Suspends Road Projects for the Weekend

CDOTThe Colorado Department of Transportation has suspended construction projects across the state in anticipation of heavy traffic this Labor Day weekend. Heavier than normal weekend traffic is expected on Interstate Continue reading

Study Shows Front Range Pollution Drifting into Mountains

NASAFor years, western Colorado leaders have said Denver and federal lawmakers were targeting pollution control in the wrong areas, by creating strict regulations for Western Slope coal-fired power plants when they should be targeting Front Range pollution sources. Now there is data to prove it. Researchers say Continue reading

Beauprez Chooses His Running Mate

repellaColorado gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez has chosen Douglas County Commissioner Jill Repella as his running mate.  Beauprez made the announcement yesterday.  Repella, who is considered a rising star in local government leadership, grew up in Colorado and received her bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University and Continue reading

Winter Storm Causes Problems on Colorado Roads

winter-weather-#1The weekend’s winter storm caused problems all over the state…especially on roads.  The adverse weather caused roads to be briefly shut down in Northwest Colorado yesterday.  Highway 14 from Highway 40 to Walden and Highway 40 from Steamboat to Kremmling were both closed for Continue reading