Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

 

Destination Maternityâ Denver to Host Seamless Maternity and Nursing Bra Event in Honor of National Breastfeeding Week

In honor of National Breastfeeding Week, Destination Maternity is hosting the Seamless Maternity and Nursing Bra Event on Tuesday, August 6th from Noon–2p.m., at the Denver-area store located at 9611 E. County Line Rd., Englewood, CO. New and expecting moms can receive a complimentary bra fitting, enjoy PEEKABOO Organic Ice Cream, meet event co-host and Denver digital influencer Moda Prints and visit the Pumpspotting Tour Bus. The first 50 women to attend the event will receive a swag bag which includes a $25.00 Destination Maternity gift card good towards the purchaseRead More


Colorado Parks and Wildlife preparing for leftover license sales beginning August 6

DENVER, Colo.— Colorado Parks and Wildlife locations statewide are preparing for Leftover Day on Tuesday, August 6, beginning at 9 a.m. Mountain time. For those new to Leftover Day, the first Tuesday in August, this year August 6, is the date CPW begins selling licenses that have gone through the draw process but still have a quota remaining. Licenses offered during the draw but not yet claimed often represent prime hunting opportunities and become available on a first come, first served basis on Leftover Day. In the past, lines haveRead More


Gardner, Bennet Introduce Bill to Increase Number of Federal Judges in Colorado

Washington, D.C. — Colorado’s U.S. Senators Cory Gardner and Michael Bennet this week reintroduced legislation to address the Article III judge shortage in Colorado. Colorado has a heavy caseload for its six active judges. Moreover, those judges are all located in Denver, so litigants outside of Denver often travel long distances to attend court. This bipartisan legislation would add two new District Court judgeships for the district of Colorado, and the President of the United States would have the authority to nominate individuals to fill these positions. “One of theRead More


Northeast Region Sportsperson Caucus to be held in Fort Collins on Aug. 14

DENVER — The Northeast Region Sportsperson Caucus will meet in Fort Collins to discuss a variety of important issues involving hunting, fishing and conservation. Hunters and anglers are invited to attend and meet with their regional delegates at 7 p.m. on Aug. 14 at the Council Tree Library located at 2733 Council Tree Ave. In a continuing effort to provide hunters and anglers with opportunities to comment about a variety of wildlife management concerns, Colorado Parks and Wildlife formed the Sportsperson Caucus in 2012. The caucus consists of elected andRead More


New Mexico man charged after his dog kills fawn

MONTE VISTA, Colo. — A New Mexico man who allowed his dog to kill a fawn in southern Colorado has been charged with several wildlife crimes and could lose his privileges to hunt and fish, Colorado Parks and Wildlife has announced  Michael Garcia, 36, of Las Cruces, N.M., has been charged with illegal possession of wildlife, allowing his dog to harass wildlife and unlawful manner of take of wildlife. He was issued a citation by a CPW wildlife officer on July 23. The fines for the offenses are $1,372.50 andRead More


Great whitewater awaits late-season rafters as river levels calm from peak flows

SALIDA, Colo. – After weeks of water surging down the Arkansas River at levels not seen for a couple decades, flows have calmed along the 152 miles of the Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area (AHRA) and rafting conditions are the best they’ve been all season. “Flows are fantastic for this time of the year,” said Rob White, AHRA park manager. “And we expect to see great whitewater conditions throughout August and well past the Labor Day weekend.” River flow rates, measured in cubic feet per second, or cfs, are trending atRead More