Tag Archives: Front Range

FBI Issues Alert to Coloradans

FBIThe FBI has issued an alert to all Coloradans to be wary of suspicious activity. The agency says there have been numerous incidents reported since June of 2015, that included family members of military personnel being confronted by Middle Eastern males in front of their homes. While these incidents have been primarily on the Front Continue reading

Western Slope Could See More Environmental Protection Money

EPA-300Moffat County may be just one county on the Western Slope that could benefit from a decision by the EPA’s Supplemental Environment Project Selection Committee in Colorado. The committee has decided to spend more of its money in grants for the Western Slope. A supplemental environmental project is typically part of a Continue reading

Front Range Organizations Support ColoWyo

coloyowOrganizations on the Front Range are now going to bat for ColoWyo Coal Mine. A letter was sent yesterday to Interior Secretary Sally Jewell from the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation, the Continue reading

No Work on Highway 9 Over Holiday Weekend

CDOTThose looking to travel to the Front Range over the Holiday Weekend won’t have to worry about delays along Highway 9 for the weekend. Crews are working on a safety and improvement project on the Continue reading

Bennet and Gardner Push Wildfire Prevention Recommendations

WILDFIREColorado U.S. Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner have sent the Innovations in Forestry and Fire Mitigation report to U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. The report details recommendations from Colorado fire and forestry experts on the steps the federal government can take to better support the state’s Continue reading

Shooting Range Re-Opening this Week

rangeColorado Parks and Wildlife will reopen the Byers Canyon Shooting Range in Hot Sulphur Springs Wednesday. The popular range, about two miles west of Hot Sulphur Springs, closes each year after the hunting seasons end. The property was acquired in 1940 to protect big game winter range. In keeping with the original Continue reading

Oil and Gas Commission sets New Flood Plain Rules

Co-Oil-Gas-300The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission yesterday unanimously approved new rules that outline requirements for operators with facilities located within floodplains. The new rules implement several of the recommendations contained in the Commission’s “Lessons Learned” report published in March 2014 following the Continue reading

Oil and Gas Commission Addresses Flooding

oil-and-gas-industry-300Colorado regulators are holding a public meeting on proposed new rules to keep oil and gas wells safer after the 2013 Front Range flood was blamed for spills. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission met with interested parties yesterday. The commission is scheduled to vote on the proposals on March 2nd. The Continue reading

Commissioners to Urge Governor to Leave Severance Tax Funds Alone

MC Commissioners-150Moffat County Commissioner Chuck Grobe urged the rest of the board to sign on to a letter being sent to Kent Lambert, head of the Legislature’s Joint Budget Committee, asking him to refrain from using severance tax money for Urban projects on the Front Range. Another letter will be sent to Governor John Hickenlooper, asking Continue reading

State of the State Address to be Delivered Today

JOHN-HICKENLOOPER-300Governor John Hickenlooper’s State of the State address today is likely to highlight Colorado’s economic prosperity during the past four years. While the economy on the Western Slope has been stagnant, areas of the Front Range have been improving. The Democratic governor’s annual speeches to lawmakers have also Continue reading

Northwest Colorado Continues to Avoid VS

cdaAs of November 12th, the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office has 43 locations under quarantine after horses and cows tested positive for Vesicular Stomatitis (VS); 312 of the 355 quarantines have now been released. Northwest Colorado has been able to Continue reading

Gubernatorial Race Still Too Close to Call

Ballot-300Colorado’s gubernatorial race is still too close to call. As of early this morning, John Hickenlooper had pulled ahead of Republican challenger Bob Beauprez by about 12,000 votes. Ballot counting will continue later this morning. There are still several ballots from Front Range communities that have yet to be counted, including those from Continue reading