Craig and Hayden experienced a nearly one-and-a-half hour power outage on Saturday afternoon, according to Yampa Valley Electric Association spokeswoman Tammi McKenzie.
If you are an early riser, you might have noticed several bright objects in the pre-dawn sky and wondered what they are.
After years of work, Craig Chamber of Commerce has its new welcome sign proudly displayed on the old drive-in movie theatre on U.S. Highway 40 east of Craig.
It is nothing new for teens to test limits; pushing their parents’ boundaries is practically a given during the teen years and part of learning how to be independent. However, it is extremely important that teens do have set parameters, that they know they are responsible for their actions, and that those actions have consequences.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
He quietly opens the door to his home after a long day of work. He walks as lightly as he can to the kitchen where he puts his lunch box on the counter. He peers into the living room and spots the love of his life on the couch with her eyes closed. He doesn’t want to disturb her, so he moves slowly and silently around the house.
Vote “yes” on Local Marketing District, broadband
Autumn — it’s the season for beautiful blue skies, golden landscapes and herds of hunters. It’s also the season when we get to make important decisions for our community’s future on Election Day. Moffat County voters have the opportunity to vote on Referred Ballot Measure 5A when the ballots are sent to your homes in mid-October. Review your ballot and vote “yes” to be a part of our future.
Whatever happens in the following weeks, Moffat County High School volleyball will always have Senior Night. The Lady Bulldogs swept their Basalt opponents in three quick sets Saturday, 25-14, 25-14 and 25-10, to escalate to 2-2 in the 3A Western Slope League.
5K raises funds for TMH Foundation, Cancer Society
Saturday night was alight with the many bright sights of the second annual Glow Run/Walk 5K hosted by The Memorial Hospital starting from the Colorado Northwestern Community College Craig campus.
Steamboat’s Tatum Burger wins girls race
Nothing like a short travel time to bring out the best in long-distance runners. The Moffat County High School cross country boys and girls teams each won first place in the Bulldog Invitational, their home event Saturday morning at Loudy-Simpson Park, with Steamboat Springs squads each placing second.
The Annual CNCC Foundation Board Retreat wrapped up on Sept. 27 on the CNCC Rangely Campus.
Sometimes you need a little motivation to stay fit and healthy. Here are a few fun quotes to help you with your fitness and health goals:
It’s that time of year where pumpkins will be carved into various jack-o-lanterns, placed on front porches and illuminated for Halloween fun.
There are several ways to reduce puffiness in the eyes, and hydration — or drinking plenty of water is one way, but there are other ways to brighten external eye appearance, according to newhealthguide.org.
This refreshing recipe will also work with your bumper crop of zucchini.
With help from the community, A Craig couple is bringing much needed medical care to some of the poorest ports in Africa aboard the world’s largest charity hospital ship.
It’s now officially fall, and with the turning of the leaves comes the start of another flu season in Northwest Colorado.
Health-related news and announcements, and tips for staying healthy from Craig and Moffat County healthcare providers.
Enrollment is up at Colorado Northwestern Community College’s Craig campus for the third year in a row, according to numbers recently compiled by the college. Total enrollment throughout the college’s two campuses and service areas is also higher at 1,118 students, a 2.4-percent increase over last year.
The concurrent enrollment program through Colorado Northwestern Community College gives high school students an opportunity not only to get a jump on their college education, but to do so without spending a dime.