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Shadow Mountain Home Owners Owe Money

Several property owners in Shadow Mountain Village are behind on their payments to Moffat County to pay for improvements to the water system that occurred over the last three years. Each property owner in Shadow Mountain was responsible for paying a little over $2,000 for the work, which can be paid in 20 annual installments of Continue reading

Hayden High School Graduation Delayed

Superintendent Phil Kasper has decided to delay Hayden’s High School Graduation 2 hours, to allow the students participating in the Colorado High School Track Meet to make it to the ceremony. The graduation, which was scheduled for Sunday at 2, will now take place at 4.  The State track Meet was delayed Continue reading

Congressmen Question VA Over Hixson’s Treatment

Two US Congressmen have sent a letter to the VA on behalf of Cory Hixson, asking for an investigation into his treatment. The Craig veteran who received a Purple Heart after he was wounded fighting in Iraq, went missing from his home Continue reading

Board of Education President And VP To Resign

The Steamboat Springs Board of Education will hold their bi-monthly meeting tonight at the District Office. At the meeting, President Margret Huron and Vice President Sam Rush will present letters of resignation, informing the board they no longer intend to serve under their respective positions. Both will continue service as board members until 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

Tipton And Others Question Financial Regulators

SCOTT-TIPTON-NEW-300Scott Tipton and 120 members of congress sent a letter yesterday addressed to United States financial regulators asking them for further clarifications of the regulations that they are applying to the nation’s financial institutions.  The letter expresses concern over the impact that expanding regulatory burdens are having on the ability of the nation’s banks, particularly those in small communities, to serve the economic needs of a Continue reading

Letter To Secretary Jewell in Support of Trapper Mine

 

JEWELLU.S. Senators Cory Gardner and Michael Bennet, along with Governor John Hickenlooper, and Congressman Scott Tipton yestrday sent a letter to U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell urging DOI to complete the court-ordered Environmental Assessment for Trapper Mine prior to April 30th. Trapper Mine’s permit was covered under the same environmental review that the U.S. District Court in Colorado deemed deficient for Colowyo Mine, but Trapper Mine was initially believed to be unaffected. Further review led to a negotiation with the Office of Continue reading

Congressman Tipton Sends Letter To President Regarding Refugees

scott-tipton-AT-KRAI-300Today, underscoring that the federal government must rigorously vet and verify the identities of refugees, Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) took steps to halt the President’s unilateral actions to admit tens of thousands of unverified Syrian refugees into the United States. Tipton urged that the focus instead be on moving forward with alternative options to protect the refugees, including establishing safe-zones within Syria. Continue reading

Tipton Sends 2nd Letter To EPA

SCOTT-TIPTON-NEW-300Following a letter sent last week requesting that Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy disclose plans for the cleanup of the Animas River contamination, Representative Scott Tipton, yesterday, wrote again to the EPA Administrator, with 15 questions Continue reading

Moffat County Commissioners Write Letter Regarding Potential Vermillion Designation

MC Commissioners-150The Moffat County Commissioners have decided to write their own letter, opposing any Monument designations in the county that don’t go through the proper public process.  While President Obama’s plans are still hazy, there is rumor that he wants to make the Vermillion Basin a National Monument.  The Continue reading