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A spokesperson for Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler has confirmed that Gessler's office will attempt to nullify a recent ruling by an administrative judge who fined Board of County Commissioners Chairman Robert Rowland $1,000 for violating … more
The Wade Gateley era officially began this week as Elbert County's new top legal official was introduced at the March 12 BOCC meeting. “I've been practicing law in Colorado for nearly 32 years and am looking forward to taking over the reins … more
After an hour-long public hearing, the Elbert County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved a special use permit application filed by Mustang Creek LLC for an exploratory well the company wants to drill on Prescott Ranches near … more
After nearly three years of work — and a great deal of drama and controversy — the Elbert County Planning Commission unanimously approved new zoning regulations that will serve as a … more
A Parker man was killed after his motorcycle struck an oncoming car on Highway 83 south of Bayou Gulch Road. Aaron Gallegos, 45, was traveling northbound on Highway 83 when his 1980 Harley … more
After nearly three years of debate and controversy, the Board of County Commissioners finally approved on Feb. 12 a revised set of zoning regulations to guide future oil and gas development activity in the county. After commissioners voted 2-0 in … more
George Claggett was a Marine who lived by his own definition of karma. more
Ed Ehmann, Elbert County's public works director, will have to get some new business cards. On Feb. 26 at their regular meeting, the Board of County Commissioners chose Ehmann to be the county's new manager. But the decision to promote Ehmann … more
Tim Buchanan, the Town of Elbert-based consultant in the middle of the Fair Campaign Practices Act complaint filed by Jill Duvall, was paid $15,000 by the county to help educate voters regarding a proposed mill levy increase. Buchanan, who … more
The one thing that everyone of any political stripe can agree on when looking back at the 2013 legislative session is that a whole lot happened. The furious pace lasted 120 days. But the political and policy impact of last year’s session will be … more
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