Jackson County, CO

Colorado Statesteamboatradio.com

Wolf Den with Pups confirmed in NW Colorado

Wolf pups in a den in Jackson County have been confirmed by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. There have been three confirmed sightings between June 4-8 of the den site from about two miles away. The sightings included two collared wolves, named John and Jane, with their three pups. But there may be more. CPW Staff is working with landowners in the area to implement practices to minimize the potential for conflict. As a state endangered species, killing a gray wolf in Colorado results in a fine of $100,000, jail time, and a loss of hunting privileges. Harassment of wildlife is also illegal in the state.
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Colorado Stategrandgazette.net

Denning possible in Colorado wolves first time in 80 years

Wolf near Walden is now thought to be female with a mate. Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) confirmed last week that a collared wolf living in Jackson County since 2019 is actually a female wolf and not male as previously determined. Formerly labeled as M1084 and now properly identified as...
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Jackson County, COMountain Mail

Wolves appear to be denning

A gray wolf in Colorado that was originally identified as male is now thought to be female and possibly mated with another wolf. Colorado Parks and Wildlife reported in a press release that the wolf was collared by wildlife personnel in 2017 as part of Wyoming’s Snake River Pack and has been seen on its own in Colorado’s Jackson County since 2019.
Craig, COkrai.com

KRAI News for Friday, May 28, 2021

The fuel problems at the Kum & Go on Yampa affected more than 100 vehicles. The Craig Press reports that 115 people filed claims with Kum & Go because of a cross drop in mid-April. Diesel fuel got into the gas tanks which caused vehicles to sputter, or not start, and to run improperly. Claims are being paid by Kum & Go as the vehicles get serviced.
Colorado Statepagosadailypost.com

Tracking Colorado’s Wolves

Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW), working with counterparts at the Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD) and Grand Teton National Park (GTNP), has recently determined that wolf M1084, a collared wolf known to have dispersed from Wyoming’s Snake River pack and staying in Jackson County since 2019, is actually a female wolf, and should be referred to as F1084. This black colored animal was originally captured and collared by a capture crew hired by GTNP in January 2017.
Grand County, COskyhinews.com

Memorial Day events set to honor veterans

Originally called Decoration Day and now observed the last Monday in May, Memorial Day remembers those who died in service of the United States. In Grand County, for Memorial Day and the week surrounding it, American Legion Granby-Grand County Post 88 will be remembering fallen comrades in a number of observances.
Arizona Statepac-12.com

Our Stories: The Legend of Jackson He

Go inside the career of Arizona State student-athlete Jackson He on the newest episode of "Our Stories." The running back explores his life as a role model for Asian-Americans in the football community and talks about becoming the first Chinese-born player to score a touchdown in FBS history during the 2020 shortened season.
Larimer County, COReporterHerald.com

Family Law Day planned May 14 via videoconference

Free legal advice will be available May 14 for Larimer and Jackson county residents representing themselves in family law matters in the 8th Judicial District. The virtual Family Law Day will take place 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. via videoconference. According to a news release, the Larimer County Access to...
Granby, COskyhinews.com

Granby man admits to murder

A Granby man pleaded guilty to murder on Friday, admitting in Grand County Court that he killed a Wheat Ridge man before dumping his body off Colorado Highway 125 in Jackson County last year. Christopher T. Corcorran, 33, pleaded guilty to second degree murder for the death of 42-year-old Dustin...
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Jackson Citizen Patriot

Husband, wife killed in apparent murder-suicide in Jackson County, police say

JACKSON, COUNTY, MI -- A husband and wife from Parma died Tuesday night in an apparent murder-suicide, police said. Deputies were dispatched at 8:58 p.m. Tuesday, March 23, to the 2000 block of Robinson Road, according to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office. They discovered two victims, an 80-year-old husband and 79-year-old wife, both deceased from gunshot wounds, police said.