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Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture Focuses on Innovation

Feb 15th @ 9:37 am

The critical role of innovation to the future of US agriculture was the focus of the “Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture” on February 14, 2013 in Denver.  The forum, called “Cultivating Innovation: Creating Ideas for the Future,” challenged attendees to think about the need for innovation when considering a future with a growing demand for [...]

Western Slope Town Halls Meetings Focus on Growing Demand for Local Meat

Feb 8th @ 5:10 am

Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture, John Salazar, invites the public to attend town hall meetings focusing on meat processing and inspections; topics include the inspection process, facility requirements, custom exempt processing facility requirements, and marketing opportunities and assistance. “The buying local movement is a great opportunity for our producers and, while our farmers and ranchers produce [...]

NEWS: Tue. Oct. 5, 2010

Oct 5th @ 5:52 pm

Last night at about 8pm Jason Young was involved in a one vehicle accident that occurred on Hwy 50 by Mennoken Hill. Mr. Young’s vehicle initially travelled off the right side of the road and struck a delineator post  then left the road and landed in the grassy median of Hwy 50.  Jason Young was [...]

NEWS: Wednesday March 31, 2010

Mar 31st @ 8:50 am

A fifth person is in the running for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District. The Daily Sentinel writes that John Hargis Sr., a disabled Vietnam-era Navy veteran, is running as an Independent for the seat currently held by John Salazar. The article claims the Del Norte man would represent the Constitution and Colorado in Congress. Hargis Sr. is [...]

NEWS: Monday January 25, 2010

Jan 25th @ 12:55 pm

Five snowmobilers are safe after going missing overnight in Routt County. The Steamboat Pilot says just as three search and rescue teams prepared to set out after them Monday morning, the men returned safely to a parking lot. Apparently the men got stuck in nearly 30 inches of fresh snow that had accumulated during the [...]