“Rigs are only one part of the picture,” Bernadette Johnson, vice president of Market Intelligence at DrillingInfo in Littleton, told Colorado Public Radio . “What matters more is how quickly those rigs can drill wells, and how big those wells are.”
Nowlin says a deputy had pulled over a car with three occupants but the vehicle pulled away when the deputy approached.
The winter blast was expected to hit northern Idaho and Montana Saturday, with damaging wind gusts that could reach 50 miles per hour.
“There was just not much they could do for me if I was to get caught, then it would become very complicated for me, and so I made the decision to go back home,” he said over the phone from Ales, a town in the south of France, where he and his wife are house-sitting while he looks for a new job.
Prosecutors decided to re-try former El Paso County sheriff Terry Maketa after a jury in July found him not guilty on several charges and deadlocked on others, including felony extortion. The second trial ended on Feb. 5 when jurors acquitted Maketa of two counts of official misconduct and deadlocked on extortion charges.
The Colorado Springs Gazette reports that Master Sgt. Zachary Parish sent the message to cadets Wednesday admonishing them about haircuts and saying retired basketball superstar Michael Jordan was never seen publicly with gaudy jewelry, sagging pants or a backward cap.
The Durango Herald reports the city council initially proposed creating a designated campground for homeless residents who are currently staying on county property west of downtown Durango.
“Anybody can kill anybody,” she said in the little-girl voice that inspired her nickname. When she spoke the words, Squeaky was plotting to assassinate President Gerald Ford.
The Post Independent reports that ex-Silt police Col. Michael Taylor was also ordered on Tuesday to pay more than $70,000 in restitution — with interest — and serve 100 hours of public service. Between 2010 and 2015, Taylor had reported twice that his New Castle home was burglarized and that his wife’s car was broken into. His insurance paid out more than $60,000 over that time.