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  • The Town of Paonia will bring on a new company to draw up plans for an overhaul of the town’s water system. Kate Redmond reports. Plus, with Colorado candidates making unfounded voter fraud allegations the central theme of campaigns, election workers are worried. As Scott Franz reports, county clerks are embracing new tools to assure residents about the integrity of the vote.
  • This week on Local Motion, we hear highlights from a panel on election systems led by the League of Women Voters of the Uncompahgre Valley. Montrose County Clerk Tressa Guynes talks about how exactly mail ballots are counted and Ouray County Clerk Michelle Nauer shares everything you need to know about voter registration. Learn more about the League here.
  • This week on Local Motion, we hear highlights from a panel on election systems led by the League of Women Voters of the Uncompahgre Valley. Montrose County Clerk Tressa Guynes talks about how exactly mail ballots are counted and Ouray County Clerk Michelle Nauer shares everything you need to know about voter registration. Learn more about the League here.
  • County Clerks from Delta, Montrose, and Ouray Counties are participating in a panel discussion tomorrow hosted by the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of the Uncompaghre Valley. They’ll discuss this year’s elections, including changes to precincts, election security, and how vote tabulation works. Carol Howe, VP of the local League, talks to Gavin Dahl about why they're convening this panel. Plus, the northern skies of the Navajo Nation are clearer after the closure of the coal-powered Navajo Generating Station. But the region also lost jobs and tax revenue. For Rocky Mountain Community Radio’s series on fossil fuel transitions, KZMU’s Justin Higginbottom reports on the legacy of Navajo Nation coal power and what comes next, a proposed hydropower plant. *Correction: Gavin mistakenly said Ouray County Clerk Michelle Nauer is a Democrat. She is unaffiliated.*
  • County Clerks from Delta, Montrose, and Ouray Counties are participating in a panel discussion tomorrow hosted by the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of the Uncompaghre Valley. They’ll discuss this year’s elections, including changes to precincts, election security, and how vote tabulation works. Carol Howe, VP of the local League, talks to Gavin Dahl about why they're convening this panel. Plus, the northern skies of the Navajo Nation are clearer after the closure of the coal-powered Navajo Generating Station. But the region also lost jobs and tax revenue. For Rocky Mountain Community Radio’s series on fossil fuel transitions, KZMU’s Justin Higginbottom reports on the legacy of Navajo Nation coal power and what comes next, a proposed hydropower plant. *Correction: Gavin mistakenly said Ouray County Clerk Michelle Nauer is a Democrat. She is unaffiliated.*
  • With the climax of midterm elections happening, County Clerks offices around the nation are in the middle of one their busiest times of the year.Lura…
  • NewscastMarijuana consumption figures releasedCounties grapple with marijana regulationsRafting deaths spike in 2014More County Clerks weigh in on same…