Colorado Parks and Wildlife

  • Pending water war over Colorado River could erupt in 7 Western states
  • Denver Post seeks local ownership, hopes to start trend
  • Parks and Wildlife offers plenty of early season fishing options

  • Bill to fund PERA making its way through state house
  • Delta, Crawford voters asked to set marijuana tax rates on April 3rd ballot
  • Priority bill that would fund big transportation projects  hits snag in Senate
  • Medicaid recipients might have to face job requirements
  • Parks and Wildlife stocks local water holes with cutthroat trout

  • School in Paradox closed, threat deemed not credible
  • Hundreds of students walk out in Grand Valley show of solidarity
  • Leader of Senate Democrats steps down, cites Republicans lackluster enforcement
  • Headlines from Colorado Parks and Wildlife
  • CDOT to conduct repairs in Glenwood Canyon for most of summer, expect delays

  • Cuts at Denver Post weaken already minimal local news coverage
  • Colorado researcher looks at link between domestic violence and mass shootings
  • Olathe, Parks and Wildlife to host off highway vehicle registration, workshop

  • Mount Crested Butte added to Vail Resorts Epic Pass
  • Report from Denver on Wednesday during high school walkouts
  • Denver Post to cut 30 jobs from editorial, a third of its workforce
  • Parks and Wildlife to hold contest for young turkey hunters in North Fork
  • Rural broadband bill passes committee in House, to the floor next

  • Interior Sec. Zinke urged to comply with sage grouse habitat protections
  • Bill allowing conceal carry without a permit passes in Senate, goes to House
  • Bill that would give Coloradans more tax cuts fails in the House
  • Parks and Wildlife funding bill goes to vote on full Senate floor
  • Preview of upcoming prep baseball season; Eagles ranked No. 1

  • Capitol Conversation discusses fallout from expulsion vote
  • Colorado lags behind other states providing food for needy
  • Parks and Wildlife announcements about two birds in state

  • Capitol Conversation talks guns at the state house
  • Lawmakers skeptical of what security measures to take at state capitol
  • Collection of antler sheds prohibited through end of April
  • Parks and Wildlife to hold two local hunting workshops

  • Capitol Conversation: first week of legislature, upcoming bills
  • Colorado teens finding service, volunteer options online
  • Parks and Wildlife to host trapping workshop in Montrose
  • Schoolhouse in Maher named Montrose County landmark

  • Water supply to Denver goes through Grizzly Reservoir outside Aspen
  • Caretakers of water tunnel cut off from world months at a time
  • Colorado Parks and Wildlife doing game management plan
  • Input sought for survey of desert bighorn sheep population in West End

  • Delta County holding public meetings about master plan
  • Update on the sexual harassment scandal at the state house
  • Children 5 to 16 years old have tripled time using mobile devices
  • Parks and Wildlife advises caution during deer rutting season

  • Ballots mailed, no statewide issue to decide in November election
  • Majority of voters in Colorado prefer more strict pollution standards
  • Silt resident seeks sanctuary in Carbondale church to avoid deportation
  • Coalition of environmental groups challenge BLM Bull Mountain decision
  • Parks and Wildlife completes draft elk management plan for Gunnison Basin

  • Suspects in Norwood deaths make court appearances
  • Capitol conversation talks about recent special session
  • Lawmakers face gridlock, contention as special session ends
  • Parks and Wildlife, Montrose swap land parcels, create new parks

  • Western Slope coal country looks to replace lost jobs
  • Towns around Western Colorado seek economic drivers to replace coal
  • Governor Hickenlooper goes to Congress to pitch health care fix
  • Parks and Wildlife recommends hunters prepare for big game seasons

  • Colorado volunteers work to restore wildlife corridor
  • Bikes for public use available at Sweitzer Lake outside Delta
  • Parks and Wildlife warns about protecting hay from deer, elk
  • Fishing line left at rivers and lakes a danger to wildlife
  • State Parks offer best viewing locales for eclipse

  • New law protects dogs and children left in hot cars
  • Residents encouraged to have a pet plan in case of wildfires
  • Parks and Wildlife urge residents to be bear aware
  • Bears looking to stock up on food as hibernation approaches

  • Parks and Wildlife continues cutthroat restoration in Southwest CO
  • Annual smallmouth bass fishing contest at Ridgway a success
  • Free admission to 41 Colorado state parks on Monday
  • US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs welcomes diverse athletes

  • Colorado 10th on list of wind energy producing states
  • Vandalism and grafitti at Mesa Verde
  • Grand Mesa Moose Day tomorrow
  • Parks and Wildlife soliciting input on game units
  • Free entry to all 41 state parks on August 7th

  • Phone scam targets DMEA members
  • Parks and Wildlife library program gains popularity
  • Raccoon starts wildfire outside of Craig
  • Montrose City Council taking applications to fill vacancy

  • Parks and Wildlife urges people to bear-proof houses and garbage
  • Shoreline at Ridgway State Park closed to vehicles
  • Public meetings in Paonia, Cedaredge about game management units
  • Annual bass fishing contest at Ridgway State Park

  • Capitol Conversation discusses end of legislative session
  • Parks and Wildlife urges people to leave young wildlife alone
  • Pay equity for women in Colorado would add $9 billion annually

  • Gov. Hickenlooper contemplates calling a special session
  • Hepatitis A cases spike in Colorado
  • Colorado schools doing their own testing for lead in water
  • Parks and Wildlife complete elk management plan for Gunnison area

  • Republicans defeat own bill to eliminate state health exchange
  • Republicans defeat bill that would require oil and gas well map
  • Parks and Wildlife seeks help compiling data in Gunnison Basin
  • Last ditch effort to fund hospitals, transportation goes to Governor
  • Final day of legislative session is today; bills not expected to pass

  • Bill to increase Parks and Wildlife fees defeated
  • Month-long I-70 construction begins today
  • 600,000 Coloradans will lose Medicaid coverage under AHCA
  • Delta County to take public input on updated Master Plan

  • Colorado residents support BLM measures to cut oil and gas waste
  • Capitol Coverage feature on tax hike to pay for transportation
  • Parks and Wildlife urges residents to take steps to be Bear Aware

  • Divisions in GOP apparent in failure to pass transportation bill
  • Dept of Transportation warns of wildlife on state roads
  • Executive Order calls for review of national monuments
  • Parks and Wildlife opens two reservoirs to public on May 1st
  • Bill to help rural counties pay for health care fails at state house
  • City of Montrose announces two work programs

  • Lawmakers face deadline today to pass budget
  • Parks and Wildlife produces beehive enclosure how-to video
  • Capitol Coverage interviews reporter about open access to records

  • Fees to enter state parks, hunt and fish likely to increase
  • Lawmakers hope to fill teaching vacancies in rural areas, provide college aid
  • Legal age to be a Colorado legislator to be lowered to 21
  • Amtrack's Southwest Chief route set to expand
  • Delta Police Department to conduct prescription drug take back day
  • Uptick in car thefts in Montrose

  • Air Quality science symposium at PHS tonight
  • Lawmakers have many bills left with five weeks remaining
  • Montrose County BoCC votes to eliminate development impact fee
  • BLM seeks public input about change to Arkansas River land management
  • CPW fishing licenses officially in effect for April 1st

  • Parks and Wildlife postpones antler shed season in Gunnison Basin
  • Parks and Wildlife to host bear hunting workshop in Ridgway
  • Mental health care to suffer if ACA repealed
  • TABOR reform bill passes first hurdle in statehouse

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