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"The fact that we are here today to debate raising America's debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that
the U.S. Government can't pay its own bills. It is a sign that we now depend on ongoing financial assistance
from foreign countries to finance our Government's reckless fiscal policies." ...Senator Barack Obama, 2006

 
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Colorado’s Democratic-dominated state legislature is hoping to fix a glaring loophole in last year’s election reform law that allows voters to move to — and vote in — new districts as late as Election Day as long as they promise to stay. (Greg Campbell, Daily Caller, Apr 10 14)

Former Inter-Canyon fire chief David MacBean pleaded guilty Monday to three charges in the theft of more than $647,000 from the fire district. (Daniel Laverty, High Timber Times, Apr 7 14)

Park County citizens run to challenge career incumbents
Park County Clerk and Recorder Challenged by Timm A. Armstrong
Park County Sheriff Challenged by former Master Sergeant
Mike Brown Facebook Page or Mike Brown Website
Park County Sheriff Challenged by veteran law enforcement officer, David Edstrom
Park County Commissioner, District 3, Challenged by Samuel "Tazz" Stolhand
Park County Assessor Challenged by Park County Assessor's Office Employee, Angela Kanack


In response to the recent legalization of recreational marijuana, CDOT launched a new education campaign on marijuana impaired driving. (CDOT Mar 6 14)

Senior pets can be the best, most grateful companions you can find. Check out the special love waiting for you at the Intermountain Humane Society Shelter. Give yourself the gift of a best furry friend for life.






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LINKS TO PARK COUNTY FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND AUDIT REPORTS
NOTE: Only part of the document published by the County is audited. Much of the report is prepared only by the County, and the County expresses its own opinion on its financial status in some areas. Read the Auditor's opinion letter to determine which documents were reviewed by outside audit and which are unaudited. The report published by the County is a Comprehensive Financial Report that contains the audited portions but is not an audit report in its entirety.
Park Co 13 Budget
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Of the 105 unbuckled fatalities in rural Colorado, 72 percent were male drivers and nearly 30 percent of them were driving a pickup truck. (CDOT, Mar 31 14)

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. - A Jefferson County Schools bus driver was killed in a crash Friday on northbound U.S. Highway 285 at Windy Point. (Brian Hernandez, 7News Denver, Mar 7 14)

Area propane dealers have seen wholesale costs jump to anywhere from $3.87 to $4.60 per gallon. (Michael Perrault, The Flume, Feb 3 14)

The final 2014 projected county budget of $26.4 million in revenue and $30.3 million in expenditures is similar to the 2013 projected budget, with $27 million in revenue and $29.9 million in expenditures. (Lynda James, The Flume, Jan 3 14)

What are your priorities for South Platte's water future? Attend this meeting to make Park County's voice heard. (Click headline above for meeting details.) (coloradowaterplan.com)



The victim was murdered and his body was dumped in a river in the City of Pueblo. The victim's identity remains unknown. (City of Pueblo Police Department, Aug 12 13)



ROCKY MOUNTAIN COLD CASE - PARK COUNTY AND SUMMIT COUNTY, COLORADO

Three decades ago this week, two young women disappeared and were brutally murdered. The deaths rocked the small mountain communities along Highway 9 and Hoosier Pass in Colorado. (Jan 5 12)


The database contains information about the 1,714 persons who have been verified by CBI as homicide victims or those who are missing or whose unidentified remains have been found in Colorado since 1970 to the present. (Aug 13 10)

On a bitter cold night in January of 1982, two young women disappeared in the vicinity of Hoosier Pass, between Summit County and Park County. They were found murdered in different locations, but the cases appear to be connected. (August 28, 2005)
Related: Cold Case Arrest Stirs Hope For Local Investigators (Feb 2, 2008)
Related: Interest in Cold Case Heats UP (May 9, 2006)
Related: New Life In Old Case (June 3, 2006)




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