News for Thursday, June 20, 2013

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Senior Spotlight: Beauty still remains in fire territories

While watching television and listening to the announcer describe the devastation that occurred in the fires that still rage in Colorado, I remembered a trip I took with my daughter Jane several years ago.

Mike Swaro: Cast and blast a success

Colorado Parks and Wildlife would like to sincerely thank the following sponsors of the 3rd Annual Family Cast and Blast:

Phil Hawks: Resolution is no good

Shadow Mountain residents: I have asked the county attorney for a copy of the resolution that the county commissioners are presenting to us to vote on in November and have it in hand.

Francisco Reina: Pick up your dog poop

I am a soccer fan and coach and try to maintain the soccer fields.

Ruth L. Sheridan: Thanks for the support

The family of Dewey L. Sheridan would like to thank everyone who sent cards, food and flowers; the church pastor, Tony Bohrer; Lorita Earl, for singing; the ladies who provided the lunch; and most of all, thank you for all the prayers.

Shannan Koucherik: Preserve the Luttrell barn

I am saddened to learn that the Luttrell barn is threatened with extinction.

Craig Briefs: BLM Emerald Mountain closures set to be lifted

Emerald Mountain Special Recreation Management Area near Steamboat Springs will open Saturday, the Bureau of Land Management announced Tuesday.

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Grobe testifies in Washington, DC

Commissioner speaks about oil and gas exploration at energy subcommittee hearing

Moffat County Commissioner Chuck Grobe testified at a small business hearing in Washington, D.C. Thursday, highlighting how expanding oil and gas business could benefit Northwest Colorado. Grobe’s testimony focused on job creation in rural western Colorado.

The Record for June 21, 2013

The daily jail and police report for Craig and Moffat County

Loudy-Simpson Park might house Amphitheater

Moffat County Commissioner Tom Mathers wants a new amphitheater built at Loudy-Simpson Park.

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Moffat County graduate Ivers to play baseball at Mesa Community College

The 2013 graduate from Moffat County High School will play college ball in Mesa, Ariz.