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28 July 2012
at 6:45 p.m.
We don't mind paying for news. The paper has to make a profit or it will go out of business and then there'll be no where for the county to publish its legal notices.
Now that we are paying, I would like to get news while it is fresh and not stale after it has been all over the Denver media outlets. Case in point, it has now been about sixteen hours since the terrible motor vehicle crash in which three men died and there's not a single word about it on this website. For years there's been a saying in the business, “If it's news, it's news to us.” That seems to be the case with CDP way too many times when large incidents occur in the Craig area.
4 February 2011
at 11:51 a.m.
Why is the elected Fire Board hiding behind the Battalion Chief? Why isn't the board telling us what they want to do with the excess money? Isn't that why we elect the Fire Board?
What equipment would be permanently moved from Station 1 to Station 2? Would the current system with the two batallions be changed? How would two stations affect the first response?
If the board wants support from the taxpayers, they should be providing us with more information. Oh, how much money is being paid to the consultants, F & D International? Is this another German company?
10 March 2009
at 8:10 p.m.
I do not know who the Teachers' Assn. is in favor of. I hope the CDP will report on not only who, but why they support whoever they do. I think it is important for the community to know who the education professionals think is best. Politicians are too likely to vote to hire the person that will result in getting them elected next time they run for office.
10 March 2009
at 4:23 a.m.
The problem is that the local does NOT measure up. Is the CDP going to report on who the teachers' association believes is the best candidate? It seems like their choice would be an important piece of information (news).
10 January 2009
at 8:22 a.m.
Reload or refresh the page and the picture will move from on top of the text.
29 December 2008
at 9 a.m.
What role did the Sheriff's Posse (Search and Rescue) play in the search? Were they even searching or does Routt County Search and Rescue just have a better, professional Public Information Officer?
29 December 2008
at 8:49 a.m.
What about the avalanche that involved the man who was flown from TMH to University Hospital in Denver? I thought today's CDP would have info about it.
18 May 2007
at 9:14 p.m.
Border Patrol Agent Rich Goldstein's death was a line of duty accidental drowning. There was an appropriate amount of news coverage for this type of death.
Agent Goldstein drowned in the Coachella Canal which is in southern California, hundreds of miles from the Rio Grande River. The agent answered a radio call to the area of a disturbance sensor near the canal. His K-9 partner, Carlo was found sitting next to his BP vehicle next to the canal. Carlo was still wet when he was located. The family believes that Rich may have gone into the canal to rescue Carlo although the official investigation by the Imperial County Sheriff's Office has not made that determination at this time. Rich's funeral was Thursday. He was 37 years old and was originally from Buffalo where he had hoped to transfer to. He graduated from academy class #503 about 5 years ago. Next Monday flags will be flown at half mast in Rich's honor at all Department of Homeland Security facilities and some other federal buildings nationwide.
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