With Colorado Republicans holding onto a majority by just one seat, the results of this year’s senatorial elections has the potential to shift the balance of power in the Colorado General Assembly.
Locally, our city and county appear to be getting their minds wrapped around a coordinated effort to help build economic opportunities in Craig and Moffat County. Fortunately, voters have made it possible for various entities to come together and have the means necessary to determine a best way forward. Potential opportunities are being discussed and we should soon see concrete action that will directly benefit our local community and county.
Former state Sen. Gail Schwartz is on the offensive in her effort to unseat incumbent Republican Scott Tipton in Colorado’s Third Congressional District — and her chosen hot-button issue is public lands.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is to appear at 3 p.m. today in Grand Junction.
Colorado voters will decide whether this state should follow the lead of some other states and cities that have recently raised their minimum wages.
Proposition 106 asks voters whether to create the “Colorado End-of-Life Options Act,” which would be the state’s version of similar “Death with Dignity” legislation already passed in Oregon, Washington, Vermont, Montana and California.
As Election Day draws near, mail ballots are being sent out on Monday and should be reaching voters by Tuesday or Wednesday.
Democratic candidate for the Colorado Senate in District 8 Emily Tracy stopped in Craig on Friday as part of her tour of Northwest Colorado.
Politics around climate change and its impact on northwest Colorado’s economy emerged as a key dividing point between the candidates running for state Senate District 8 at a Glenwood Springs debate Wednesday night.
How will Craig's Donald Trump supporters react if the “Trump Train” gets derailed?
Darryl Glenn has a Donald Trump problem. That’s not news. I mean, which 2016 Republican candidate doesn’t have a Donald Trump problem? And now that the Donald Trump problem has evolved into a full-blown Donald Trump crisis — with the GOP actively at war with itself — the stakes have grown even greater. But you knew that, too.
How do you defend the indefensible? Someone asked me that after the now infamous “hot mic” remarks made by Donald Trump. My answer is pretty simple: I don’t, I won’t and never will. But then I asked how they define indefensible, and down the rabbit hole we went! What makes something truly indefensible is a conversation America needs to have with itself. I don’t live in Donald Trump’s world, nor do I have access to his intent but I do know that what he said was demeaning to women and objectified the fairer sex.