Tag Archives: Longmont

Deer And Motorcycle Collision Near Dinosaur

A motorcycle/deer collision Thursday afternoon resulted in serious injuries to the driver and passenger. Dinosaur National Monument representative Dan Johnson confirmed that a 68-year-old male driver from Longmont collided with the deer around 1:30 on Harpers Corner Road near Dinosaur National Continue reading

Babies Ashes Remain Unclaimed

No luck yet for investigators trying to reunite an urn of a baby’s ashes with its family.  The urn was found by an oil and gas worker in a ditch near Longmont, Colorado on March 3rd.  The urn is filled with the ashes of Jamesha  Swain, who Continue reading

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Fracking Case

frackingThe Colorado Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether cities can ban hydraulic fracturing, stepping into a high-stakes battle over whether local governments can impose tougher Continue reading

Democrats Reject Measure to Protect Unborn Children

co-state-capitol-300Democrats rejected a Republican measure to create a new crime of fetal homicide in response to an attack last month on a pregnant woman in Longmont. Democrats who rejected the bill on a 6-5 party-line vote yesterday said the measure’s Continue reading

Lawmakers to Debate Fetal Homicide Bill

co-state-capitol-300With less than two weeks to go, lawmakers are scrambling like they do every year to finish all their work before the legislative session ends May 6th. In what’s expected to be one of the most emotionally charged debates of the session, Continue reading

State Lawmakers Give Initial Approval to Bill Protecting Unborn Children

Co-State-Capital-300The Offenses Against Unborn Children Act passed its first test yesterday at the Colorado Statehouse, after hours of intense and sometimes emotional testimony, when the Senate Judiciary Committee approved Senate Bill 268 on a 3-2 vote. Senate President Bill Cadman introduced the bill, which permits an unborn child to be Continue reading

Lawmakers Debate Fetal Homicide Bill

co-state-capitol-300A long-anticipated Colorado bill inspired by the case of a woman accused of cutting open the belly of a pregnant woman and removing her unborn baby girl has been introduced in the state Senate. The bill would make the killing of a fetus a Continue reading

Communities Approve Broadband Improvements

Ballot-300More Colorado counties and communities, including Rio Blanco County, have won the right to set up or improve their own broadband networks. Voters in San Miguel and Yuma counties as well as in the municipalities of Yuma, Wray, Boulder, Cherry Hills Village and Red Cliff backed broadband ballot measures in last week’s Continue reading

Gardner Given Friend of Farm Bureau Award

gardnerYesterday, Congressman Cory Gardner (CO-04) was presented with the Friend of Farm Bureau Award at a Longmont farm. The award, which is given out by the American Farm Bureau, seeks to recognize legislators who have done exemplary work promoting the interests of farmers and ranchers. The Bureau’s President, Don Shawcroft, said that Gardner Continue reading