Craig briefs: CPW to host license fee meeting Wednesday
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is seeking input from sportsmen on funding the future of wildlife management and conservation in Colorado, according to a CPW news release.
Hunters, anglers and anyone who wants to learn more about the financial challenges facing the state’s wildlife management agency is invited to attend a discussion with CPW representatives at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 24 at Grand County CSU Extension Office, 210 11 St. in Kremmling.
CPW anticipates budget shortfalls, which could be offset by increasing resident license fees. The last increase occurred in 2006 after legislative approval the year before. Since 2009, CPW has cut or defunded 50 positions and cut $40 million from its operating budget. Wildlife managers caution that additional cuts are inevitable without an increase in revenue.
Currently, a limited elk license for resident adults costs $46. Resident youths pay $10.75 for limited deer, elk and pronghorn licenses. Limited deer license and pronghorn licenses are $31 for resident adults.
Gail Schwartz slated to visit Craig on Tuesday, Aug. 23
Gail Schwartz, D-Carbondale, candidate for U.S. Congress in the 3rd Congressional District, will be in Craig at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 23 at Downtown Books for a meet and greet.
Coffee and a Newspaper event to feature CNCC president
The Craig Daily Press will host its monthly Coffee and a Newspaper at 7 a.m. Sept. 7 at The Memorial Hospital. Guest speaker will be Ronald Granger, the new president of Colorado Northwestern Community College.
Free pastries and coffee will be served. For more information, call 970-8750-1788.
Craig artisans accept applications for market
Applications are being accepted for the seventh annual Holiday Artisan Market, according to a news release.
The event will be held Dec. 2 and 3 at the Pavilion at the Moffat County Fairgrounds in Craig.
Deadline for the applications is Oct. 7. Email yam
email@example.com for an application and more information.
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