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Craig, Moffat County organizations launch campaign against renewable energy bill

SB13-252 scheduled Monday for 3rd reading in Senate

Two Moffat County organizations last week launched a campaign to stop a bill that would increase renewable energy mandates on rural Colorado electric cooperatives. Senate Bill 13-252, sponsored by Senate President John Morse, D-Colorado Springs, and Senate Majority Whip Gail Schwartz, D-Snowmass Village, would increase renewable energy mandates on rural Colorado electric cooperatives from 10 to 25 percent by 2020.

Commissioners Gray, Danner discuss their terms in office

On Monday the Moffat County Commission is hosting a short meeting to address two business items that can’t wait until after the New Year. The commissioners are scheduled to reconvene Wednesday for a more typical meeting. For two current commissioners it will be their last meeting as an elected county official. Last week Commissioners Audrey Danner and Tom Gray spoke with the Craig Daily Press about their goals coming into office, the state of the county, and how they were influenced by past commissioners.

Moffat County official pushing for better broadband access

Moffat County Commissioner Audrey Danner has made increased access to secure broadband in Craig and Northwest Colorado a priority for her constituents. Better broadband service would improve nearly every aspect vital to the well being of the community, including education, health care and economic development, Danner said. The idea is to create an information technology environment in Craig and Moffat County that is reliable, redundant and affordable. Though bookended by words everyone can understand, Danner said redundancy sometimes gets lost in translation.

Moffat County Commissioner continues push for better broadband access

Moffat County Commissioner Audrey Danner has made increased access to secure broadband in Craig and Northwest Colorado a priority for her constituents. Better broadband service would improve nearly every aspect vital to the well being of the community, including education, health care and economic development, Danner said. The idea is to create an information technology environment in Craig and Moffat County that is reliable, redundant and affordable. Though bookended by words everyone can understand, Danner said redundancy sometimes gets lost in translation. Simply put, redundancy refers to laying multiple fiber optic lines to and from a variety of distribution locations.

Letter: Moffat County Commissioner thankful for support

To the editor: This is for the citizens of Moffat County. Thank you for your support of my campaign for Moffat County Commissioner during the recent primary election. My appointment in December 2008 and successful election in 2010 have given me the opportunity to serve Moffat County citizens as your county commissioner until January 2013. I will honor my commitment of making decisions based on fact and reason through the conclusion of my term.

Commissioner campaigns winding up

Wherever Chuck Grobe goes these days, he seems to be asked the same question: “How’s the golf game?” Known as one of the better ball strikers in Craig, it's not uncommon for Grobe to play as many as 54 holes in a week. But golf has taken a backseat lately to more pressing endeavors for Grobe, who's only played 27 holes this season.

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