Thank you to everyone who refused to sign proposed ballot initiatives #75 and #78. Despite the hundreds of petitioners out in force throughout the state over the past couple of months the "anti-fracking movement" was unable to collect enough signatures to get their anti-fracking initiatives on the November ballot. Both initiatives would have added even more limitations on an already struggling oil and natural gas industry in Colorado. We already have some of the toughest oil and gas regulations in the nation. These additional rules are not needed and by the lack of credible signatures collected, it's obvious they are not wanted by the people of this great state.
The "anti-fracking movement" often tries to wordsmith these proposed ballot initiatives to sneak them by an unsuspecting public -- a tactic that has worked in the past, but hit a road-block this time around. However, it now appears that their deceitful ways didn't end there. What is not shocking, but very disappointing is that the petition processing team has potentially identified some of the signatures collected as forged, prompting an investigation by the attorney general's office. If they're willing to break the law in an effort to get their way, imagine what else they might be capable of as they try to manipulate the facts and you.
At about 9:50 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, officers of the Delta Police Department were dispatched to a robbery reported at Arby's, located at 107 Gunnison River Drive. An extensive search of the area was conducted and the suspect was not located.
The suspect was reported to have walked into Arby's and after a brief conversation with an employee, was able to leave the store with a small amount of cash and coins.