Thursday, August 31
Urgency was the watchword at Thursday's brown bag meeting at the Moffat County Fairgrounds. The meeting centered around a discussion of Amendment 21, which has become known as Taxcut 2000.
Wednesday, August 30
A Moffat County Jail inmate attempted suicide Tuesday night. Alonda McGee was booked in the Moffat County jail after she was caught trying to steal over-the-counter drugs from a pharmacy.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in Colorado has recommended recreation guidelines to meet land health standards for BLM-administered lands. The public is invited to review the recommendations and provide comments by Sept. 22.
Tuesday, August 29
Two proposed amendments will come under scrutiny in Craig on Thursday. Amendment 21, proposed by Doug Bruce, is essentially a progressive tax cut that reduces several taxes in $25 yearly increments. The cuts will affect income, utility, motor vehicle and property taxes.
Monday, August 28
"C'mon it's time to get up. You'll be late for school." It's that time again, and bleary-eyed kids made their way to bus stops and bike racks Monday as the Moffat County schools opened the doors to another school year.
Wednesday, August 23
DINOSAUR Dinosaur Nature Association has received a grant from the state Historical Fund. The association was awarded $21,473 to prepare a National Register of Historic Places nomination for the Castle Park Site in Dinosaur National Monument.
Tuesday, August 22
The Moffat County Sheriff's Department had its sights set on raising money for the County Sheriffs of Colorado Association, and with some help from local outfitters they found what they were hunting for.
Monday, August 21
An image of a Division of Wildlife savior is appearing in some people's minds because of the recent appointment of Russell George to director of the Division of Wildlife (DOW).
t has probably been a long time since a cannon started a fire in Moffat County, but cannon blast started a blaze Sunday that kept sheriff's department depu-ties and Craig Fire Rescue personnel busy for five hours.
Wednesday, August 16
A new type of grain could help local farmers see more gains. The University of Wyoming has developed a new type of wheat that is conducive to area soils and climate conditions. The goal is to help Wyoming producers capture a piece of the international market for hard white wheat.
Tuesday, August 15
As fall creeps toward Northwest Colorado, some new faces have jumped into the political arena.
Monday, August 14
Eligible Colorado Businesses will be receiving refunds of business personal property taxes from the state's revenue surplus for the second straight year.
Sunday, August 13
A father and a son from Steamboat Springs were seriously injured in a car accident at 10 a.m. Sunday morning north of Craig on Colorado Highway 13.
Thursday, August 10
Whittling with the wood. Or in Moffat County terms, 'Whittle da Wood Wandezvous.'
Wednesday, August 9
A Colorado State Patrol Trooper accidentally discharged his gun early Saturday morning.
11 years and 54 mountains later, Anderson accomplishes his goal
Tuesday, August 8
Three months of campaigning and hours of anticipation wore on the faces of Marianna Raftopoulos and Les Hampton on Tuesday night's primary election.
Soccer enthusiast makes unwanted land into field worthy of legends
Sunday, August 6
The Moffat County Fair kicked off Friday in style literally.
Rough year on farmers
"It's been a hot and windy year," said Gordon Grandbouche as he sat behind one of the truck scales waiting for trucks full of grain to pull in.
They're the team the everyone likes to hate with a passion.
Wednesday, August 2
Fire ignited the interior of a radiator shop on Industrial Avenue in Craig Wednesday.
Youth hockey association holds meeting Aug. 14
Tuesday, August 1
The latest move of the Colorado Wildlife Commission has been to cap the number of out of state hunters for the 2001 big game season for the lottery license.