Tag Archives: United States

CO Officials Respond To Trump’s Paris Decision

Colorado elected officials offered mixed reactions yesterday following President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement, an international agreement concerning climate change and carbon emissions. Rep. Ken Buck praised the President, calling the pull-out “a win for Colorado”, while Senator Michael Bennet and Governor John Hickenlooper said they believe the Continue reading

Should BLM National Office Be Moved West?

Colorado’s elected leaders are spearheading an effort to relocate the national BLM office to the Western United States, and would like to see it in Colorado.  Senator Cory Gardner introduced the idea of moving the national office west during the confirmation hearing for newly confirmed interior secretary Ryan Continue reading

Interview With Senator Gardner Tomorrow

In an exclusive interview this week Wild West Radio talked to Senator Cory Gardner about the EPA, Scott Pruitt, Judge Gorsuch and President Trump’s cabinet nominations. We asked Gardner about the President’s intentions to re-write the Clean Power Plan and the Waters of the United States Rule, and what his thoughts were about Scott Pruitt’s Continue reading

Don’t Get An STD From Your Valentine

Valentines Day is today, and many may be partaking in a romantic experience to celebrate. If you become romantically involved with someone new, it is important to stay safe. According the Center for Disease Control STD’s hit an all-time high in the United States last year. Experts attribute the increases to Continue reading

New Rule To Protect Water From Coal

The Office of Surface Mining and Reclamation has finalized it’s new Stream Protection Rule which is intended to improve the balance between environmental protection and coal production in the United States. T he new rule will look to better protect streams, fish and wildlife from the impacts of surface coal mining operations by providing Continue reading

Obama Opponent Tapped By Trump To Lead EPA

US-EPA-logoScott Pruitt, the Republican attorney general of Oklahoma, and a frequent legal opponent to the Obama administration, has been named President-elect Donald Trump’s choice to lead the Environmental Protection Agency. Pruitt has served as Oklahoma’s Attorney General since 2011, before that he served eight years in the Oklahoma State Senate. If the nomination Continue reading

Grants Available To Improve Energy Efficiency

USDA-300Small business owners and agricultural producers in Northwest Colorado can now apply for grants through the U.S. Department of Agriculture through the Rural Energy for America Program. Applications are due January first for  energy audit and renewable Continue reading

No US Mail Delivery On Stretch Of Highway 13

us-mail-logo_tConstruction on Highway 13 north of Craig has created a delivery problem for the United States Postal Service. All who have mailboxes in the construction zone on Highway 13 will not be receiving mail in their boxes while construction is underway. The delivery dilemma is due to the mail truck not being able to safely drive to, or stop in Continue reading

Protect Your Private Forest Land

Co-State-Forest-Service-300Colorado land owners can now submit Forest Legacy Program proposals to the Colorado State Forest Service. The program allows the land owner to sell their private forest land to the Colorado State Forest Service or the USDA forest service through a permanent conservation easement. A permanent conservation easement is a voluntary, legally binding agreement that limits certain types of uses or prevents development Continue reading

Feds Reevaluate Coal Plan

coalplugThe next step is underway in the United States Department of Interior’s review of the federal coal program. The goal is to evaluate and identify changes to the program that would help to ensure a fair return to the tax payer but also takes into Continue reading

Tipton Calls on Bennet to Support SAFE ACT

SCOTT-TIPTON-NEW-300Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) has called on Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) to join him in advancing legislation to suspend admission of refugees from Syria into the United States until more stringent vetting processes are in place. Tipton is a co-sponsor of the American Security Against Foreign Enemies (SAFE) Act, which 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