The IRS recently proposed new regulations that will further stifle political speech and make it more difficult for citizen-led groups and associations to form.
The Colorado Department of Transportation Transportation Commission has approved $55 million to widen the westbound Twin Tunnel and finalized a Memorandum of Understanding between CDOT, Clear Creek County and the City of Idaho Springs.
The boys and girls teams play two games on the road Friday and Saturday, with a chance to make some noise in their leagues.
The sage grouse issue in Colorado took a turn this week after Gov. John Hickenlooper sent a letter to the Bureau of Land Management stating that its proposed plan for the bird was not acceptable — a response that Moffat County officials applaud.
With a new legislative session underway, lawmakers already are challenging energy regulations that were signed into law in 2013. State Sen. Ted Harvey, R-Highlands Ranch, proposed Senate Bill 35, a bill that effectively would gut the renewable energy mandate. Now law, Senate Bill 13-252 requires cooperative electric associations to get at least 20 percent of their energy from renewable resources by 2020. SB 35 was swiftly introduced into the State, Veterans and Military Affairs committee on Wednesday and just as swiftly killed in committee.
The solar garden is a collaboration between Yampa Valley Electric Association, the rural electric cooperative here, and the Boulder-based for-profit solar panel business, Clean Energy Collective (CEC).
The daily cops roundup and jail report.
The latest sports news for Craig and Moffat County.
The Craig museum has canceled the 2014 Winter Festival. It will be the first time in eight years the festival has not happened.
Starbucks kiosk in City Market not yet confirmed
Big things have been brewing in the Craig business world after the closure of certain businesses in the past year, and it may be heating up again in a different way.
The Yampa Valley Pregnancy Center recently relocated to 25 W. Victory Way, and the whole process has been quite the educational experience for me. As the process unfolded before me — I can’t really say that I had any modicum of control — I found myself surprised over and over again with what people did for us, and it exemplified what being a part of the body of Christ can look like.
It’s been a busy, exciting and motivating couple of weeks. I was in Craig, Parachute, Rifle, Glenwood Springs and Carbondale for town hall meetings and then we had a typical winter driving experience as we moved to a Denver apartment for the start of the 2014 legislative session.