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2017 Colorado Fishing Licenses On Sale

2017 fishing licenses are now on sale in Colorado. Annual licenses will be good April 1st through March 30th of next year, with one-day fishing passes also available for purchase. Licenses can be purchased Continue reading

Craig K-Mart Closing

kmart-logoThe Craig K-Mart is closing.  According to store manger David Ross the employees were informed this morning that the store is scheduled to close on December 11th.  The closing will effect about 30 people.  Effective immediately the Craig K-Mart will no longer sell Continue reading

Important Info For Hunters

colorado parksApprentice licenses and hunter education test out options are now being offered through Colorado Parks and Wildlife.  These options, that went in to effect on April 6th, are intended to fosters peoples interest and get people active in the out doors. The Hunter Education test-out option is being offered to U.S Military and people over the age of 50. Continue reading

Required CPW Permits And Licenses Now Available

colorado parksLicenses, permits, and registrations are now available for boating, fishing, hunting, and off highway driving for the 2016 2017 season in Colorado. These documents can all be purchased from the Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Anglers in the area must purchase a 2016 fishing license which will be good through march of 2017. Mountain lion Continue reading

Dems Propose More Funding for Driver’s Licenses for Illegal Residents

licenseColorado Democrats are setting the stage for a big fight with Republicans over funding for a program that lets immigrant drivers get a license regardless of their legal status. The latest development in the dispute came yesterday when House Democrats used their majority to give initial approval to add $166,000 for program Continue reading

Lawmakers Kill Bill to Require Licenses for Home Inspectors

co-state-capitol-300The state legislature has killed a bill that would have required licenses for Colorado home inspectors. The bill was narrowly defeated in the Senate Business, Labor, and Technology Committee yesterday. Supporters say inspections Continue reading