Tag Archives: Northwest Colorado

Udall Says Obama Not Targeting Vermillion

mark-udall-300The following is a press release from Senator Mark Udall’s office.

Mark Udall, chairman of the U.S. Senate National Parks Subcommittee, confirmed today that the Obama administration is not considering an Antiquities Act designation for the Vermillion Continue reading

Hickenlooper, Udall Yet to Address Northwest Colorado

JOHN-HICKENLOOPER-300mark-udall-300Still no further word from the John Hickenlooper and Mark Udall camps on when they will be able to address the concerns of their Northwest Colorado constituents.  A couple Continue reading

Aerospace Industry to be Discussed Next Week

csbrThe future of the aerospace industry in Northwest Colorado will be discussed next week. The three day event will touch on all aspects of the industry including Aerospace Business Development, Economic benefits, connections with local businesses, education, employment and more. The event will Continue reading

Hickenlooper, Udall Urged to Clarify Sage Grouse Comments

mark-udall-300JOHN-HICKENLOOPER-300Wild West Radio is still waiting on Governor Hickenlooper and Senator Mark Udall to set aside time to talk about sage grouse and other Northwest Colorado issues.  Udall recently commented that the threat Continue reading

Local Fire Managers Remind Residents to Stay Fire Safe this Weekend

fire season smallThe Northwest Colorado Fire Management Unit is alerting the public to increasing fire danger in areas of Northwest Colorado. No fire restrictions will be in effect for the Fourth of July weekend in Continue reading

Moe, Mazzola, Win Primary Races

Ballot-300Frank Moe won the Republican nomination for Moffat County Commissioner yesterday.  Moe pulled in 1,366 votes to Tom Soos’ 717 in yesterday’s primary election.  In another key Northwest Colorado race, Anthony Mazzola won the Republican primary Continue reading

Miners Can Get Free Lung Screenings This Week

national-jewish-165Miners in Northwest Colorado are invited to a free lung screening this week.  The Miners Clinic at National Jewish Health in Denver is sending representatives to Craig Continue reading

Colorado Lawmakers React to New EPA Rule

EPA-300Colorado lawmakers are split, mostly along party lines, when it comes to reactions to the EPA’s rollout of new carbon emission control measures yesterday.  Both Senators, Michael Bennet and Mark Udall praised the new rules as a victory in the fight against climate change.  The rules are expected to cost Americans Continue reading

Rivers Continue to Run High and Fast

FLOOD-WATER-300Northwest Colorado rivers are running high and fast, prompting warnings about playing in and around them this weekend.  The Grand County Office of Emergency Management closed Grand County Continue reading

Kinkaid to Talk Cap and Trade on Amy Oliver Show

John KinkaidMoffat County Commissioner John Kinkaid will be a guest on the Amy Oliver Show tomorrow morning.  The show is a conservative radio talk program in Greeley, and Oliver has been a featured guest speaker in Northwest Colorado.  Kinkaid says they will be discussing President Obama’s upcoming cap and trade system he plans to force on power plants in the U.S.  The president Continue reading

Routt County Offers Thunderstorm Safety Tips

lightning-300The Routt County Office of Emergency Management has issued a list of myths and facts when it comes to thunderstorms in Northwest Colorado.  Thunderstorms can be dangerous due to lightning strikes, strong wind and the possibility of flash floods.  Along with the myths and facts about lightning, the Office offers tips on being prepared for Continue reading

Tipton Blasts Obama Administration for Misuse of Antiquities Act

SCOTT-TIPTON-300Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO), yesterday, issued a statement on President Obama’s use of the Antiquities Act to unilaterally designate a massive 500,000 acre national monument in New Mexico despite local objections, a move that could indicate the presidents intentions for land in Northwest Colorado.  Local citizens and elected officials raised serious concerns over Continue reading