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Commission signs Land Use Board letter to DOW

The Moffat County Commission endorsed Tuesday a letter from the county's Land Use Board to the Colorado Division of Wildlife, lobbying for changes to the DOW's draft of the Colorado Gunnison's and White-tailed Prairie Dog Conservation Plan.

Josh Nichols: Loving freedom for all it's worth

He cornered me many times. When Saed Tayyara got your ear, he didn't want to let it go. Anyone involved in politics, government or journalism in Northwest Colorado knows what that was like.

Josh Nichols: Looking for a few good teenage rebels

Teenagers in Moffat County, I challenge you to rebel.

Dealing with the pain

Women trapped in abusive relationships search for answers

She never saw it coming. One day Alex, who had been married for about a month, said her husband picked her up from work.

County commission to review wildfire plan

Moffat County Natural Resources Specialist Ann Franklin will present a draft for phase III of the countywide fire plan at a commissioners meeting Monday.

Questions still loom over how voting machine mandates will impact county

Moffat County Clerk and Recorder Elaine Sullivan said she is still unsure about what the county is going to have to do to meet requirements dictating that every voting precinct must have computer-touch screens for people to vote at if they choose.

Man suffers injuries after fall from roof

A 38-year-old Craig man suffered head and neck injuries Thursday after he fell 20 feet head first off of his roof.

Dinosaur school decision set for next week

A committee in Dinosaur has presented its application and stated its case. Now it's time for a decision from the Moffat County Board of Education on whether there will be a charter school in Dinosaur this coming school year.

McInnis still pushing CWD legislation

Congressman Scott McInnis continues to push his legislation that would provide more federal funding to combat chronic wasting disease, while keeping the authority of dealing with the disease in the hands of states.

Nursing home future up in the air

Local entities, private group investigate keeping Valley

Jackie James said Wednesday she wanted her elderly family member in a stable home to live out the remainder of her life.

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