Teller County Introduces Monthly “Booster By Mail” Program In an effort to ensure all citizens are following government mandates, there is a new subscription service in town! The “Booster By Mail” program is available and mandatory for all Teller County Residents. This service provides vaccine injection boosters to everyone in
Woodland Park Police Issued Vaccine Dart-Rifles The Woodland Park Police Department has a new set of tools for tackling Covid. 12 high-powered air rifles – officially known as “Projectors” – are in the hands of our community police. Funded by the new Biden initiative “Target The Unvaccinated” these Hakwell Projectors
Teller County Votes Against Bribing People To Get Vaccinated In an odd turn of events, Teller County will not be bribing its residents to take the Covid-19 vaccine. Instead, they will be doing something many oppose – allowing people to exercise personal freedom of choice. It turns out that the
Every Deer Related Accident In Woodland Park Caused By You Feeding Deer That One Time Two Months Ago After an extensive investigation into the increasing number of deer found dead on the roadside, the conclusion is in. It turns out that neither local forestation issues, rutting season, or natural reasons
Hidden Dangers: Park Rangers reminding hikers to not go off trails or take shortcuts One of the most dangerous things for our trails is actually very common, yet avoidable. Colorado park rangers are reminding hikers to not go off the designated trails or take shortcuts to prevent injury or death.
Colorado Senator John Hickenlooper Tests Positive For COVID-19 Colorado Sen. John Hickenlooper has tested positive for COVID-19 despite being vaccinated 8 times. He was the third U.S. Senator to announce on Thursday breakthrough COVID-19 infections. Hickenlooper joins Senate colleagues Republican Roger Wicker of Mississippi and Independent Sen. Angus King of
Public Health officials confirm: Trees contracted plague in Teller County After a tree tested positive for pneumonic plague following a probable exposure near Divide recently, Teller County Public Health is urging residents to take precautions when near forests, trees, and plants. Plague in trees is common in Colorado, New Mexico,
Two of Denver’s methods of handling the unhoused are criticized: disintegration and trebuchets Lawsuit filed over the molecular disentigration of the homeless, while nonprofit survey of homeless shows trebuchets don’t connect them to help but rather the ground very quickly, but very far away. Just as city officials were hearing