Government update for the week of Aug. 1.
“Democracy is messy, and progress is often slow, but it is worth it and it is important, and I will dedicate the rest of my life to public service." – Erin Biggs
The 2016 Republican National Convention begins Monday in Cleveland and runs through Thursday.
On Tuesday, registered Republicans in Northwest Colorado who have not already participated in early voting will have some decisions to make. Following is a brief overview of the primary races concluding on Tuesday and the candidates competing.
At its Tuesday night meeting, Craig City Council unanimously approved a separation agreement with City Manager Jim Ferree and recruited an interim manager.
Government update for the week of June 6.
City Road and Bridge workers are out on Craig’s streets for the yearly ritual of painting the curbs yellow around intersections.
Alex Beinstein, who hopes to represent Colorado’s in the U.S. House of Representatives, was in Craig Thursday night to speak with potential constituents.
The Hayden Valley Elementary Health & Wellness Team is gathering the Hayden community for a health fair this Thursday, April 28.
Al White announced he would withdraw from the state senate race after determining he could not attract sufficient funding to support an effective campaign.
Whatever else you’re tempted to say about the bizarro Colorado GOP convention — and people are still trying to explain Darryl Glenn’s shocking Senate win — you have to admit that it has done the country a great favor.
Al White wants to be your state senator (again)
Unaffiliated candidate for Colorado State Senate District 8, Al White, acknowledged Thursday that fundraising will be difficult without receiving funds directly from one of the two major parties, but said he thinks “the time is right” for his independent run for office.