Tag Archives: november

Turn In Ballots, Vote In Person By Tuesday

Voters need to submit their ballots by Tuesday to their local County Clerk’s office. You can vote in person Tuesday at certified polling locations between 7 am and 7 pm. Those still planning to submit a mail-in ballot need to drop it off at Continue reading

Hayden Winter Parking Restrictions Start Soon

Winter parking restrictions will go into effect next month in Hayden. The Hayden Town Council enacted the restrictions at their meeting this week. The Restrictions will prevent parking on public streets between midnight and 7 in the morning from the Continue reading

Mail In Ballots Should Arrive Soon

Mail-in Ballots for the upcoming election in November should be arriving this week. Ballots will be accepted at your local County Clerk’s office through 7 pm on Tuesday November 8th. If you plan to return you ballot by mail it’s recommended that it be filled out and submitted by no later than November 1st. Colorado voters can Continue reading

Clerks Office Closed Thursday

The Moffat County Clerks Office will be closed this Thursday Morning from 8 to 9:30. The closure will allow Clerks office employees to receive training through the Department of Continue reading

Coffee With Council Friday

This months Coffee with Council session will be held tomorrow morning in Steamboat. Councilman Scott Ford and others will be at the meeting to discuss any topics of concern to the public. Representatives from the school district and Continue reading

Commissioners Support Mil Levy Increase

The Moffat County commissioners agreed to sign a letter supporting November ballot measure 5a, which would approve a mil levy increase for Colorado Northwestern Community College. CNCC would use the additional Continue reading

Forums For Steamboat And MOCO School Board Candidates

School board candidates will address voters in both Craig and Steamboat next week. A board of education candidate’s forum will be held in Craig next Thursday night starting at 6, at the Craig Middle School Auditorium.  Candidates will provide a brief opening statement and will Continue reading

Commissioners Endorse Craig Sales Tax Increase

The Moffat County Commissioners yesterday agreed to sign a letter of support, endorsing the City of Craig’s effort to raise the city sales tax during the November election. Craig residents will be asked to approve a sales tax Continue reading

Craig Residents To Vote On Tax Increase

Craig residents will be asked to approve a tax increase during the upcoming November election. The Craig City council approved a ballot question at their meeting Tuesday that would increase the sales tax in Craig by 1.75%. The city faces a budget deficit of $1.2 million a year for the next two Continue reading

Blodgett Pleads Not Guilty To Manslaughter

Justin Blodgett, who is facing a felony manslaughter charge related to the death of Raymond Terrill, pleaded not guilty yesterday. Terrill died in Craig in March, after he and Blodgett had reportedly been involved in an altercation. 14th Judicial District Chief Judge Michael O’Hara gave Blodgett a deadline of September 7th, to accept the state’s deal to plead guilty to criminally negligent homicide.  If Blodgett declines to accept the plea agreement the case will go to trial starting Continue reading

Colorado Unemployment Rate Drops

Unemployment is down to 3.2% in Colorado which is below the national average of 4.6%. This according to a new report from the State. The study shows an additional 17,000 people were hired from October to November of this year. While the number of jobs Continue reading

Help Out By Hiring A Veteran First

hire_a_vetTo help thank Colorado Veterans for their service to our country, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper has declared the month of November “Hire a Veteran First Month”. Colorado business owners are encouraged to hire a Veteran for their job openings, whenever possible. According to the Executive Director of the Department of Labor and Continue reading