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Morriss: Trapper Mine likely to close between 2026-30

January 15, 2020

In light of the recent Tri-State news announcing the closing of all coal-powered plants in Colorado and New Mexico by 2030, Trapper Mine finds itself smack dab in the middle of the changing industry. Trapper...

Op-Ed: An open letter to the Northwest Colorado community

January 13, 2020

Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association announced January 9 that Craig Station and the Colowyo Mine will be retiring by 2030. In addition, we will be retiring Escalante Station in New Mexico by the end of...

BOCC appoints 2 new members to MRH’s Board of Trustees

January 7, 2020

In light of Cathrine Blevins’ resignation and pushback from the community regarding the Board of Trustees at Memorial Regional Health, Moffat County’s Board of County Commissioners appointed two new members to the BOT during Tuesday...

Craig Fire/Rescue welcomes new class of firefighters

January 6, 2020

Craig Fire/Rescue announced its 2020 rookie class on Monday, introducing eight firefighter prospects. The class of eight is a marked improvement over the class of one last year, according to Craig Fire/Rescue Fire Chief KC...

The price of ballot box biology: Forced wolf reintroduction in Colorado

December 27, 2019

The howl of a wolf in a moonlit forest carries far more romance than the economic blow the forced reintroduction would mean to Colorado taxpayers. Mark Holyoak, director of communication for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, said the economics aren’t being addressed by proponents.