Chris Hadlock

Chris Hadlock 19 hours, 21 minutes ago on Steamboat City Council gets an earful about recent cuts to winter bus service

I guarantee that there is a wage rate for seasonal bus drivers that would encourage even the most hard core pot smoker to go straight for at least the driving season. Pot is not the problem here, this issue lies directly at the feet of cost savings and inadequate management. There are many commercial drivers in this town, and those operations do not seem to be affected by the MJ issues. Just look at Jerry's comment above: He quit driving the bus because he got a better job with more hours, better benefits and higher pay. Go Figure right!

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Chris Hadlock 1 day, 21 hours ago on Snowstorm brings powder, more skiable terrain to Steamboat Ski Area

Were you there Walt? It was darn close! Fluffy, light and deep. Had to take an extra Closets run just to be sure I had not missed any.

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Chris Hadlock 3 weeks, 6 days ago on The Record for Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014

Note to all. When you get called by unknown companies telling you that your computer is infected with some problem. Immediately tell them you are recording the call and write down the phone number. This is a scam. If you are concerned about your computer contact one of your local computer support people. No one that is legitimate will ever call you on the phone and offer to fix your problem. I have spoken to dozens of customers in this valley that have experienced this call.

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Chris Hadlock 4 weeks, 1 day ago on Monday Medical: Enrollment underway

Medicare Part D: February 2004 poll results from the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation, which experts told us did the most thorough work on the issue, show that 25 percent of adults favored Part D, while 38 percent had an unfavorable view. The rest were either neutral or didn’t know.

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Chris Hadlock 1 month ago on Monday Medical: Enrollment underway

That is part of the problem Jeff. If your insurance company would allow you to go to any Dr. anywhere at the set rate that would help bring the market to bear on these kinds of charges. No more out of network exclusions should be a part of any reform.

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Chris Hadlock 1 month ago on Monday Medical: Enrollment underway

That is part of the problem Jeff. If your insurance company would allow you to go to any Dr. anywhere at the set rate that would help bring the market to bear on these kinds of charges. No more out of network exclusions should be a part of any reform.

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Chris Hadlock 1 month ago on Monday Medical: Enrollment underway

Colorado should require the insurance companies to offer a single group that covers the entire state instead of allowing them to break the customer base into ever smaller groups. Any actuarial analysis will show that the smaller the group size the higher the premiums. The only people that are benefited by creating small group sizes are the executives and shareholders of the private insurance companies while the insured take it in the shorts with higher premiums and higher deductibles.

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Chris Hadlock 1 month ago on Intrawest reports boost in sales of season ski passes

Monte Ball Mr. 1 and done really hurt. There is a reason that CJ Anderson and Juwan Thompson are backups. If the Rams can handle the Broncos like that, life is not good in the mile high city and you might find yourselves looking up at the Chiefs soon. Then again, that might just be another crazy fantasy of mine :)

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