Mike Coziahr

Mike Coziahr 3 years, 11 months ago on Hayden high school football moving to 8-man game

I don't welcome the change at all. I didn't when Soroco, North Park, West Grand and Plateau Valley dropped to 8-man football either. Times change I suppose and it is better to change with them. Is it really declining attendance though, or declining participation?


Mike Coziahr 4 years, 12 months ago on Luke Graham: Soroco football tough to beat

This is a great story Luke. I am happy to see that Soroco is again doing well in football. But at the same time I am disappointed that schools like Soroco, West Grand, Plateau Valley, North Park, probably Rangely next year and so many other schools who used to be very competitive can no longer get enough kids out to play 11 man football. It's not that there is anything wrong with 8 man football, I just wonder if school enrollments have diminished that much...or just interest in the game. That would be a shame.

GO TIGERS!!! and Rams too I guess.


Mike Coziahr 5 years, 4 months ago on Routt County approves medical marijuana dispensary moratorium

Just a couple of questions.... Just how many "medical marijuana" businesses does the county need anyway? And please tell me what the "whole mmj industry" has to do with a "recreational lifestyle"? Could it be that the whole "medical marijuana" argument is just a (not so) clever way to justify recreational use? If so, I don't really care. I just think people should start telling the truth and admit that the vast majority of people who smoke weed and demand access to "medical marijuana", have no legitimate need and simply want to get high. You know what I mean?


Mike Coziahr 5 years, 7 months ago on Hayden boys basketball headed to state

Congratulations boys! Really, there is nothing in the world like going to state... Have fun and good luck!!


Mike Coziahr 6 years, 5 months ago on Death penalty debate lingers

Duke, before you start betting and make yourself look stupid (again), please check your numbers. There are, in fact thousands of inmates on death rows in nearly every state. California alone has over 600.