Craig Police Department is warning residents to screen their calls due to an IRS tax scam where bogus tax agents are trying swindle money out of folks by claiming they owe back taxes.
The Northwest Colorado Snowmobile Club will sponsor its annual Poker Run from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Freeman Reservoir Trailhead Parking Lot.
The Craig Concert Association is looking for a few folks to join our board. At our meeting of Jan. 18, we noted that we had two vacancies.
Janell Oberlander may be new to Craig, but she’s no stranger to the rural West.
I wonder if Jan. 19 had come and gone with uninterrupted postal service, would a large number of our local population even have realized it was a holiday recognizing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.? I think that as human beings and Americans of the 21st century, we need to ask ourselves that question and more.
Girls hit Skiers hard, 77-17; boys keep league lead with 81-66 triumph
Moffat County High School is going into the second half of the league season with confidence after big Friday wins in Aspen. The Moffat County boys team broke open a close game with a barrage of three-pointers and a bigger barrage of free throws Friday night in an 81-66 victory over the Aspen boys.
Proposed bills from the 2015 Colorado legislative session relevant to Moffat County and Craig
It’s never an easy reality to face when one of the community’s most critical operations is in dire financial stress. Marred by bad legislation in 2009, Moffat County School District is facing a nearly $850,000 budget deficit for the 2015-16 school year.
In my travels I have been on lots of family farms where the whole family is involved in the work. During calving season it is not uncommon for the “rancher” to allow his wife to take the 10 p.m. heifer check.
Moffat County Commissioner meeting agenda
Moffat County Jail report and Craig Police Department summary of calls for service
Local residents can help with the issue of school funding as Moffat County High School raises money in the weeks to come.
January was a banner month for babies at The Memorial Hospital in Craig. As of Thursday, the headcount for babies born in the hospital’s birthing center was 15. With only three babies born in January of last year, this equates to a 500 percent bump in births.
First public meeting on non-native fish to take place Thursday
On Thursday, Colorado Parks and Wildlife will give the public its first chance to ask questions about the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program and Elkhead Reservoir fish management.
With a lot of focus on cancer in the media, it’s easy to forget about the No. 1 threat to women: heart disease. Each year, more women die from cardiovascular disease than from all cancers combined.
John Rossfeld, chief executive officer for The Memorial Hospital, was recently named to the Becker’s Hospital Review 2015 list of 50 Rural Hospital CEOs to Know.
Traveling out the Yampa Bench road, which takes off to the north near Elk Springs, can be a challenging drive even on dry days. With a four-wheel drive high clearance vehicle, the trip can be made in relative safety and comfort — if one can ignore the jostling over ruts and potholes. The views from that road vary from rolling grasslands dotted with juniper and pinion trees to craggy rock canyons and sheer drop-offs to the Yampa River below. It is a spectacular drive that highlights one of the most scenic areas in our wildly beautiful Moffat County.
The young participants of Moffat County Thunder Cheer had good reason to celebrate last weekend, following their placement at the JAMfest Cheer and Dance Competitions in Broomfield.