Bio: I moved to Hayden three years ago with my wife, Sammi, and our son Eddie. I live and work in Hayden, and my son is in the second grade at Hayden Elementary.
Bio: Representing Colorado in the United States Senate, built a reputation as someone who will take on Washington dysfunction and work with anyone — Democrat or Republican — to get things done. Married to natural resources attorney, Susan Daggett. Father to three daughters: Caroline, Halina and Anne. Former businessman and school superintendent.
Bio: I was born in Indiana and have lived in Grand County for over 22 years. I worked for the Colorado Department of Transportation for 11 years. My wife, Lori, and I operate a cattle ranch between Hot Sulphur Springs and Granby. We have one son Mathew, who attends Grand County schools.
A 2016 Election op-ed submitted by Democrat Emily Tracy, who is running for Colorado Senate District 8.
A 2016 Election op-ed submitted by Republican Randy Baumgardner, who is running for reelection to Colorado Senate District 8.
This 2016 Election op-ed was submitted by Republican Bob Dapper, who is running for Routt County commissioner, District 1.
An Election 2016 op-ed submitted by Tim Corrigan, Democrat candidate for Routt County commissioner, District 1.
Steamboat Springs resident files campaign finance complaint against Republican House District 26 candidate
In a complaint he recently sent to the Colorado Secretary of State’s office, Paul Reynolds alleges that candidate Michael Cacioppo should have disclosed in his campaign finance reports the value of some pro-Cacioppo content that has recently run in the newspaper Cacioppo owns in Eagle County.
"Help ensure safe, reliable transportation for our region’s children and support our boys and girls by voting 'yes' on 3D." — Patrick Delaney
A 2016 Election op-ed submitted by Gaylon Kent, Libertarian candidate for U.S. Representative for Colorado's 3rd Congressional District.
An 2016 Election op-ed submitted by Darryl Glenn, who is running for U.S. Senate to represent Colorado on the Republican ticket.
An Election 2016 op-ed submitted by Democrat Michael Bennet who is running for reelection to the U.S. Senate.
A tax proposal would increase the Tree Haus Metro District’s debt $1.25 million to improve the private neighborhood’s roads, which have not been asphalted since 1989.
Democrat Gail Schwartz is running for the U.S. House of Representatives to represent Colorado's 3rd Congressional District.
An election op-ed submitted by Scott Tipton, candidate for U.S. Representative to Colorado's 3rd Congressional District.
Candidates differ over public land issues
The candidates for Colorado House District 26, Republican Michael Cacioppo and Democrat Diane Mitsch Bush, differed significantly over management of federal lands in the region as they faced one another during an Oct. 4 candidates forum.
Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs members had a rare opportunity to hear from candidates running for national office.
In the shadows of one of the most contentious presidential races in recent memory, Colorado voters will decide several important races at both the state and district levels Nov. 8, and several local forums are scheduled for Oct. 4 to help inform voters about the candidates and the issues.
Candidates who attended First Impressions’ annual candidates forum Wednesday agreed that the area’s high cost of living is the most significant issue affecting young children.
As much as he values a second K9 unit, Sheriff Garrett Wiggins said his highest priorities are adding a new patrol deputy and a new criminal investigator to his staff.
The future of coal and oil
Kiwanis Club President Bud Romberg asked asked candidates for county commissioner how they foresee energy development proceeding over the next few years.
Kiwanis member Bud Romberg asked candidates for Routt County commissioner their outlook on permitting a new mobile home park in the county.
Routt County Director of Emergency Management Bob Struble, who has been in that role since 2009, intends to retire Oct. 7.
Dapper's campaign funding more than triple Corrigan's
As of July 28, Commissioner District I challenger Tim Corrigan has raised $35,055 in campaign funds compared to $9,569 for incumbent Tim Corrigan.
Steamboat Springs Board of Education members were unable to agree Monday on whether to pursue a mill levy override to fund free all-day kindergarten.