News for Wednesday, April 10, 2013

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Rep. Bob Rankin: I will vote 'no' on renewable energy standard proposed in legislature

The problems of SB13-252 are too numerous to detail. But legislation of this significance should never be introduced too late in the session for serious consideration and debate. SB13-252 is a rush to judgment by environmental radicals and the Democratic leadership in the legislature without thoughtful consideration of the impact on rural Colorado.

TMH and Craig Lions Club to host community health fair

For those Moffat County residents concerned because the 9News Health Fair won’t make its usual stop in Craig this year, local health care officials have one message: have no fear.

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TMH donates $1,000 to high school booster club

With the effort of more than 20 Moffat County student-athletes, booster club sponsors, parents and coaches, more than 90 percent of the boxed medical records were moved within four hours.

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Spring turkey-hunting season begins Saturday

From April 13 to May 26 some 12,000 hunters will take to the fields and woods of Colorado to pursue turkeys on public and private lands.

Brother's Customer Processing wins awards

Brother’s won grand champion for its jerky, bacon and specialty game. Brother’s took reserve grand champion for its salami. Brother’s also was awarded champion for its bone-in ham and summer sausage.

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Dinosaur sites, attractions won’t be affected by congressional sequestration

With many national parks announcing cuts to programs and access as the summer tourism season approaches, Dinosaur National Monument's Dan Johnson said budget cuts primarily will affect staffing.

Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs bringing Crutches 4 Africa collections to Northwest Colorado

What kinds of towns have an abundance of crutches, braces and other mobility devices in early April? Ski towns, of course.

Routt County Sheriff Wiggins will not join lawsuit against Colorado gun laws

Routt County Sheriff Garrett Wiggins is not one of the 37 Colorado sheriffs who have signed onto a lawsuit challenging the gun laws recently passed by the state Legislature.