Craig briefs: Newspaper to feature sweetheart couple
February 7, 2015
The Craig Daily Press is looking for a one-of-a-kind love story to feature on Valentine's Day. Do you have a love story or know of a couple that have an over-the-top romance? If so, please email Managing Editor Noelle Leavitt Riley at nriley@CraigDailyPress.com, or give her a call at 970-875-1790.
CPW is having Elkhead Reservoir email issues
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is having technical issues with the email address provided to the public at the Elkhead Reservoir meeting, Thursday, Feb. 5. The Governor's Office of Information and Technology is currently working on the issue. Anyone who would like to submit comments by email is asked to please keep trying. The email should be functional very soon, and CPW is looking forward to gathering the public's input sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. The agency said it deeply regrets any inconvenience to public that has worked so hard to provide comments about the future of Elkhead Reservoir.
Hunters, anglers are invited to roundtable
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Local sportsmen and women are invited to meet and discuss hunting and fishing issues with their citizen representatives during the Northwest Region Sportsmen's Roundtable caucus at 6 p.m., Feb. 9 at the Colorado Parks and Wildlife's Steamboat Springs office, 725 Weiss Drive.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife formed the Sportsmen's Roundtable in 2012 in a continuing effort to provide hunters and anglers with opportunities to submit input about wildlife management decisions. Consisting of elected and appointed delegates from each of the state's four wildlife management regions, the groups collect feedback from constituents in a variety of ways, including public meetings. The input is then relayed to Colorado Parks and Wildlife's leadership at the statewide Sportsmen's Roundtable meetings, held twice each year.
"This is a way to provide comments and concerns directly to a peer rather than an agency representative, which may help some people speak a little more freely," said appointed delegate Terry Meyers of Grand Junction. "We will then take the messages directly to high-level agency representatives, where it will be considered in future management decisions."