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Moffat County College Board welcomes new, returning members, bids farewell to those departing

November 21, 2017 — CRAIG — Introductions were made, thanks were given and plans for the future were laid during the Moffat County Junior Affiliated College District Board meeting Wednesday, Nov. 15. One of the first orders of business was the administration of the oath of office to new

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Last day to ‘cure’ ballots in Colorado 2017 election

November 15, 2017 — Wednesday, Nov.15  is the final day for voters to “cure” ballots cast in the Nov. 7 Coordinated Election, according to a news release from the Colorado Secretary of State’s office. When the Colorado legislature, in 2013, created rules for Colorado’s mail-ballot elections, it provided voters an eight-day

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11 voters could break Hayden school vote deadlock

November 9, 2017 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The outcome of the Hayden School District bond issue election, which ended in a 427 to 427 tie Tuesday night, could be headed for a recount. But first, fewer than a dozen voters have the potential to change the outcome themselves. Routt

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What does Craig’s tax increase mean for city services, local residents?

November 9, 2017 — The City of Craig's sales tax measure eked out a win Tuesday night by an unofficial margin of only 88 votes, or about 4 percent of a total 2,327 voters. The election saw a 37-percent turnout among registered voters in the city. The win has

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Hayden school bond vote deadlocked: 427-427

November 8, 2017 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The fate of Hayden School District’s $22 million school bond issue to build a new middle school and high school could depend on the willingness of nine voters, whose ballots were initially rejected for having problematic signatures, to follow up. The vote

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Hayden voters tie on school district ballot issue, close school board race, pass 2A

November 7, 2017 — News from our neighbors. The news staff at the Steamboat Today were reporting on the result of the school district ballot measure and school board elections. 8:50 p.m. Preliminary results show a close race for three open seats on the Hayden Board of Education. Timothy A.

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Moffat County voters refuse college property tax measure

November 7, 2017 — CRAIG — The unofficial results have been tallied, and the Moffat County Affiliated Junior College Referred Measure 5A has failed. The tax measure failed by 1,147 votes, with two-thirds, or 66 percent, of voters saying no to the tax increase. Of 3,551 votes cast on

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Voters approve city sales tax increase by narrow margin

November 7, 2017 — Tuesday's election ended jubilantly for Craig city officials with the passage of a proposed 1.75-percent city sales tax increase. The measure passed by a narrow margin of 4 points or 88 votes. A total of 2,327 votes were cast in the city election with 1,198

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Voters elect 4 new Moffat County Board of Education Members

November 7, 2017 — CRAIG — Five of seven seats were up for election in this year's Moffat County School Board of Education elections, and unofficial results from Tuesday's election are in. There were two contested races with 3604 voting. Mindy Baker contested Chip McIntyre’s August appointment to the position

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Election Day 2017, polls close at 7 p.m.

November 7, 2017 — Election Day is when Moffat County voters will decide several tax measures and elect new members to the School Board of Education. To count, ballots must be returned by 7 p.m. As of Tuesday afternoon, slightly more than 3,000 ballots have been returned of the 7,561

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Election 2017: Q & A with Mindy Baker, Moffat County school board District 1 candidate

October 26, 2017 — Craig Press: How long have you been a resident of Moffat County? Mindy Baker: Five years CP: What is your current job or employment status? MB: Chief accountant for PolyOne Corporation. CP: What is your personal education? MB: Bachelors from University of Colorado Boulder and

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Election 2017: Q & A with Chip McIntyre, Moffat County school board District 1 candidate

October 26, 2017 — Craig Press: How long have you been a resident of Moffat County? Chip McIntyre: I have lived in Moffat County for a total of 31 years. CP: What is your current job or employment status? CM: I am an investigator with the Moffat County Sheriff’s

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Election 2017: Q & A with Alicia Noland, Moffat County school board District 4 candidate

October 26, 2017 — Craig Press: How long have you been a resident of Moffat County? Alicia Noland: 36 years CP: What is your current job or employment status? AN: I have been employed full time with Memorial Regional Heath for the last eight years. CP: What is your

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Elections 2017: Q & A with Owen ‘Lee’ Atkin, Moffat County school board District 4 candidate

October 26, 2017 — How long have you been a resident of Moffat County? Seven years What is your current job or employment status? Dentist. I own Craig Family Dental. What is your personal education? Undergraduate college: Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Utah. Doctor of Dental Medicine, DMD, University

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Ballot measures would tax pot in Dinosaur, increase mill levy for water conservancy district

October 16, 2017 — Editor's Note: This is the second in a two-part series about the four ballot issues city of Craig and Moffat County voters will decide in the Nov. 7 Coordinated Election. This articles takes a look at town of Dinosaur Referred Measure 2B and Pot Hook

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Ballot measures 2A, 5A ask for tax increases to benefit city budget, student housing

October 12, 2017 — Editor's Note: This is the first in a two-part series about the four ballot issues city of Craig and Moffat County voters will decide in the Nov. 7 Coordinated Election. The series will conclude Wednesday with a look at town of Dinosaur Referred Measure 2B

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First female mayor appointed in Rifle

September 19, 2017 — After being sworn in by Rifle City Clerk Kristy Christensen earlier in the evening, Rifle’s new City Council, which includes two new members, selected its mayor for the next two years. Barbara Clifton was appointed Rifle mayor by unanimous vote Monday. Now in her second

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Local Election 2017: Moffat County voters to decide contested school board seats, tax measures

September 14, 2017 — CRAIG — The Moffat County clerk has certified the ballot for coordinated local elections Nov. 7. Voters will decide on sales tax measures for the city of Craig and town of Dinosaur, mill levy increases to support the community college and some voters will be

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Sen. Michael Bennet weighs in on health care, Trump’s tweeting habit at lively town hall in Steamboat

August 24, 2017 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — At a lively town hall in Steamboat Springs on Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet found a friendly audience to talk policy with and even shook hands and agreed with one of the area's most vocal Republicans on a topic of national interest.

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Senator Cory Gardner faces tough crowd during first town hall in more than 1 year in Colorado Springs

August 15, 2017 — Spectators at U.S. Senator Cory Gardner's first solo, in-person town hall meeting in more than a year shouted over the senator as he tried to answer the first question about health care. When he asked about support for a single-payer system, he was greeted with

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