The Colorado Department of Transportation's new ad campaign to prevent stoned driving takes a different approach than previous campaigns to prevent impaired driving.
I would like to sincerely thank the kind person (whether it was an employee or a shopper) that turned my purse into the customer service desk at City Market on Thursday.
As an outfitter and resident in Moffat county and Craig, I believe some things can stay just the way they are without change, while other bigger issues need to be addressed. And while everyone is not a hunter or has that interest, Craig and Moffat County have always been a hunting destination for thousands of sportsmen and women each year and for many decades.
Two things that never seem to come up in local discussions about economic development in Craig are business incentives and economic diversity.
Craig medical professional Dennis Kinder recently accepted a position with Rocky Vista University in Parker. Kinder will serve as an associate professor for the school and will supervise the Internal Medicine Resident’s Clinic.
The board of trustees for The Memorial Hospital took action at its regular monthly meeting Thursday night.
Business Buzz is the Craig Daily Press’ new business corner of the newspaper that will run in the newspaper each Monday.
The conversion from a harsh winter climate to a more mild, spring one isn’t going to be a smooth one for Northwest Colorado. Not this week, anyway.
Craig medical professional Dennis Kinder recently accepted a position with Rocky Vista University, in Parker. Kinder will serve as an associate professor for the school and will supervise the Internal Medicine Resident’s Clinic.
The coming week in sports for Moffat County teams.
We are in what I like to call the “hump" in March. It is the time of Mari Gras and St. Patrick’s’ Day, which although not a main holiday, has its place on the calendar.
I have a fortune from a fortune cookie taped to my computer. It reads, “follow the dream that keeps coming back. It’s your destiny.” I keep it there to remind me there is more to me than just the things I do to get through life. I keep myself motivated in finding that dream so that living this everyday life seems more a little more bearable.
The Buffaloes ended Moffat County's season in a hard-fought regional final game.
The boys basketball team now will play in the state quarterfinals Thursday in Colorado Springs.
People make all kinds of sandwiches. Years ago, when our boys were small, my husband Lyle mixed up mashed bananas and peanut butter and made sandwiches for them. I’ve heard of onion sandwiches, and our son Jamie puts potato chips in his bologna sandwiches.
The citizens of Meeker and Rio Blanco County have been informed by the board of county commissioners that there will be “public hearings” about the proposed design of the “justice center” which they propose to locate where the historic Meeker elementary school now stands.
Craig Daily Press columnist Janet Sheridan will have a book signing and reading at Off the Beaten Path Bookstore at 4 p.m. Saturday in Steamboat Springs.
The Moffat County boys take on Bishop Machebeuf on Saturday for a shot at the Great 8.
The Bulldogs hit six 3s to beat Middle Park in the regional semifinal Friday.
Loudy-Simpson Park pond has undergone a dramatic transformation during the past several months. “Last year that pond was only about a foot and a half deep,” said Roy Tipton, director of Moffat County Development services. Now, though it’s not full of water yet, it’s between 10 and 12 feet deep. A perfect depth for healthy fish and clean water.