PAGOSA SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - Colorado congressman Scott Tipton plans to introduce a bill making Chimney Rock in southwest Colorado a national monument.
The Republican announced his plan Friday, saying the designation would increase awareness of the archaeological site west of Pagosa Springs and boost tourism. He says the... more »
3rd District Congressman Scott Tipton (R) toured the Pinon Canyon training facility north east of Trinidad today along with representatives from Bent, Otero and Las Animas counties.
Tipton said he's been assured there are no plans at this time by the Army to ask for an expansion of the... more »
DENVER (NF5, AP) - Republican Rep. Scott Tipton is back in the Colorado Capitol - only this time he'll be visiting as a U.S. congressman, not a state representative.
Tipton also made several stops in Pueblo Monday and Tuesday, which is part of his district.
The pottery dealer... more »
The freshman congressman who district includes Pueblo, Rep. Scott Tipton, will chair the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy and Trade, beneath the House Small Business Committee.
Rep. Tipton commented, "I'm honored to serve on the Small Business Committee and as the chairman of the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy and Trade,... more »
Newly elected Rep. Scott Tipton, who represents the 3rd congressional district which encompasses Pueblo, gave his first speech in the House yesterday. He spoke in favor of repealing so-called Obamacare, the Health Care Law passed by congress last year.
Rep. Tipton said, "Mr. Speaker, the question before us is:... more »
Congressman-elect Scott Tipton plans to open his Pueblo Office tomorrow.
Tipton beat John Salazar in the 3rd District race in November. Tipton, who lives in Cortez, will also have offices in Alamosa, Grand Junction and Cortez.
Tipton has hired former District 70 School Superintendent Dr. Dan Lere to... more »
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has made millions of acres of federal land eligible for wilderness protections, reversing a Bush-era policy that went into effect in 2003.
That policy stated that new areas could not be recommended for wilderness protection by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. It also prevented... more »