Stories for June 2000

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Wednesday, June 28

TMH works on program to contain germs

"To identify infections in hospitals is a real challenge."

NWF proposes creation of new monument be created

Officials want Vermillion designated

Maps in hand, members of the National Wildlife Federation, the Colorado Environmental Coalition and the Colorado Mountain Club met with the Craig Daily Press this morning in an effort to make their proposal for the 280,000 acre Vermillion National Monument public.

Craig nurse leaves country to practice medicine

Long-time area nurse, politician, educator to lend skills to Central American country

Voter deadline creeps forward

Residents can register to vote in the primary election until July 10

Hayden sweeps Craig in championships

It was the best of times. It was the worst of times.

Tuesday, June 27

Clinton makes way to Colorado

Some fear president could be inspecting monuments for expansion

An ominous character in the Dinosaur National Monument expansion proposal is coming to this neck of the woods. President Clinton is scheduled to be in Aspen, July 15-17.

City Hall to get new heating, air conditioning system

Mayor to profit from City Council's decision

Sharks feed on competitors, reporters

One day in the pool with Craig Sea Sharks, you may never want to go back

Monday, June 26

Parents frustrated by search results

Championship to be decided Wednesday

State representatives say goodbye to county

George, Wattenberg, Taylor give parting advice to Northwest Colorado residents, officials

Things got wild at Shadow Mountain Club-house Monday night. State and local government officials aired their dirty laundry including a pair of pink panties.

Sunday, June 25

Latest Blee search fruitless

Residents who are disgusted by high prices at the gasoline pump can look forward to another increase in gas prices in July natural gas, that is.

Memorial Hospital, city, county

Threat of termination ended by workers

Residents who are disgusted by high prices at the gasoline pump can look forward to another increase in gas prices in July natural gas, that is.

TMH hires new director of nurses

Threat of termination ended by workers

Residents who are disgusted by high prices at the gasoline pump can look forward to another increase in gas prices in July natural gas, that is.

POWs recovered; hometowns unknown

Threat of termination ended by workers

Residents who are disgusted by high prices at the gasoline pump can look forward to another increase in gas prices in July natural gas, that is.

CNCC board to decide on budget, health club

Threat of termination ended by workers

Residents who are disgusted by high prices at the gasoline pump can look forward to another increase in gas prices in July natural gas, that is.

Council preps for routine meeting

Threat of termination ended by workers

Residents who are disgusted by high prices at the gasoline pump can look forward to another increase in gas prices in July natural gas, that is.

Cancer survivor rides to raise awareness

Threat of termination ended by workers

Residents who are disgusted by high prices at the gasoline pump can look forward to another increase in gas prices in July natural gas, that is.

After 38 seconds, referee stops Tyson fight in first round

Threat of termination ended by workers

Residents who are disgusted by high prices at the gasoline pump can look forward to another increase in gas prices in July natural gas, that is.

Vote guarantees 9 YVEA employees will keep jobs

Threat of termination ended by workers

Residents who are disgusted by high prices at the gasoline pump can look forward to another increase in gas prices in July natural gas, that is.

Natural gas prices jump 28 percent

Residents who are disgusted by high prices at the gasoline pump can look forward to another increase in gas prices in July natural gas, that is.

Wednesday, June 21

School district boosts literacy with summer classes

Economic development group plans to approve target business study

Losing a home due to a catastrophic natural disaster is every homeowner's nightmare.

Residents oppose forest roadless initiative

Proposed restrictions could limit use, recreation in national forests, opponents say

Losing a home due to a catastrophic natural disaster is every homeowner's nightmare.

People soak in sun during Wednesday summer solstice

Proposed restrictions could limit use, recreation in national forests, opponents say

Losing a home due to a catastrophic natural disaster is every homeowner's nightmare.

Players test skills

When Craig resident Jon Terry, assured his 15-year-old daughter that she would get a late-season cow elk license, he felt confident he wasn't leading his daughter on. Not getting the license makes Terry feel he may have been led on by the Colorado Division of Wildlife.

Residents say DOW isn't issuing licenses

When Craig resident Jon Terry, assured his 15-year-old daughter that she would get a late-season cow elk license, he felt confident he wasn't leading his daughter on. Not getting the license makes Terry feel he may have been led on by the Colorado Division of Wildlife.

Industry analysis

Economic development group plans to approve target business study

Losing a home due to a catastrophic natural disaster is every homeowner's nightmare.

Teen optimistic despite disease

When Craig resident Jon Terry, assured his 15-year-old daughter that she would get a late-season cow elk license, he felt confident he wasn't leading his daughter on. Not getting the license makes Terry feel he may have been led on by the Colorado Division of Wildlife.

Homeowners need to update insurance policy

Losing a home due to a catastrophic natural disaster is every homeowner's nightmare.

Northwest Colorado ranchers urged to be political

Economic development group plans to approve target business study

Losing a home due to a catastrophic natural disaster is every homeowner's nightmare.

Monday, June 19

Commissioners enact countywide fire ban

The anticipated fire ban for much of Moffat County was approved Monday by the Moffat County Board of Commissioners.

DOW needs help

The anticipated fire ban for much of Moffat County was approved Monday by the Moffat County Board of Commissioners.

Public invited to tour Craig's finest gardens

The anticipated fire ban for much of Moffat County was approved Monday by the Moffat County Board of Commissioners.

Three qualify for rodeo nationals

Hume, White and Pankey headed to nationals

The anticipated fire ban for much of Moffat County was approved Monday by the Moffat County Board of Commissioners.

Officials progressing on Isolated Empire railroad project

The anticipated fire ban for much of Moffat County was approved Monday by the Moffat County Board of Commissioners.

Sunday, June 18

County considers dredging pond at golf course

Man receives sentence in two-year-old murder

Four shots were fired on a downtown Craig street in October of 1997. One of those shots left Diana (Mansfield) LeCompt, 46, fatally wounded and her boyfriend Gary Dee Wingo, 53, injured.

Board says OK to $252,544

Man receives sentence in two-year-old murder

Four shots were fired on a downtown Craig street in October of 1997. One of those shots left Diana (Mansfield) LeCompt, 46, fatally wounded and her boyfriend Gary Dee Wingo, 53, injured.

Summer safety: Officials warn of lawn-care dangers

Man receives sentence in two-year-old murder

Four shots were fired on a downtown Craig street in October of 1997. One of those shots left Diana (Mansfield) LeCompt, 46, fatally wounded and her boyfriend Gary Dee Wingo, 53, injured.

Quest for justice ends

Man receives sentence in two-year-old murder

Four shots were fired on a downtown Craig street in October of 1997. One of those shots left Diana (Mansfield) LeCompt, 46, fatally wounded and her boyfriend Gary Dee Wingo, 53, injured.

Defeat drives MCHS wrestler

Man receives sentence in two-year-old murder

Four shots were fired on a downtown Craig street in October of 1997. One of those shots left Diana (Mansfield) LeCompt, 46, fatally wounded and her boyfriend Gary Dee Wingo, 53, injured.

Wednesday, June 14

Renovations underway: hotel gets new owners, new look

Congressman demands answers about monument expansion plan

Rep. Scott McInnis, R-Colo., is working to find the truth about the Clinton administration's plans for the expansion of Dinosaur National Monument.

Crop insurance offers more benefits for less cost

Congressman demands answers about monument expansion plan

Rep. Scott McInnis, R-Colo., is working to find the truth about the Clinton administration's plans for the expansion of Dinosaur National Monument.

State department increases fees for some liquor licenses

Congressman demands answers about monument expansion plan

Rep. Scott McInnis, R-Colo., is working to find the truth about the Clinton administration's plans for the expansion of Dinosaur National Monument.

Hospital hosts bike safety day

Congressman demands answers about monument expansion plan

Rep. Scott McInnis, R-Colo., is working to find the truth about the Clinton administration's plans for the expansion of Dinosaur National Monument.

Value of patriotism instilled in youth

Congressman demands answers about monument expansion plan

Rep. Scott McInnis, R-Colo., is working to find the truth about the Clinton administration's plans for the expansion of Dinosaur National Monument.

Council considers property purchase

Congressman demands answers about monument expansion plan

Rep. Scott McInnis, R-Colo., is working to find the truth about the Clinton administration's plans for the expansion of Dinosaur National Monument.

Go the distance

Congressman demands answers about monument expansion plan

Rep. Scott McInnis, R-Colo., is working to find the truth about the Clinton administration's plans for the expansion of Dinosaur National Monument.

Congressman demands answers about monument expansion plan

Rep. Scott McInnis, R-Colo., is working to find the truth about the Clinton administration's plans for the expansion of Dinosaur National Monument.

McInnis' chastises wildlife federation

Congressman demands answers about monument expansion plan

Rep. Scott McInnis, R-Colo., is working to find the truth about the Clinton administration's plans for the expansion of Dinosaur National Monument.

State to study tax policy

Congressman demands answers about monument expansion plan

Rep. Scott McInnis, R-Colo., is working to find the truth about the Clinton administration's plans for the expansion of Dinosaur National Monument.

Monday, June 12

BLM firefighters on high alert in Northwest Colorado

Approval of water, sewer ordinance changes means more costs to residents

It's a little early in the summer for the smell of burning sage to be wafting through Craig, but hot and dry conditions have led to an early fire season in 2000.

Cowboys, girls gallop to state

Approval of water, sewer ordinance changes means more costs to residents

It's a little early in the summer for the smell of burning sage to be wafting through Craig, but hot and dry conditions have led to an early fire season in 2000.

Utility service fees to increase

Approval of water, sewer ordinance changes means more costs to residents

It's a little early in the summer for the smell of burning sage to be wafting through Craig, but hot and dry conditions have led to an early fire season in 2000.

Dry conditions lead to blazes

Blasting causes brush near Trapper Mine to ignite Monday

It's a little early in the summer for the smell of burning sage to be wafting through Craig, but hot and dry conditions have led to an early fire season in 2000.

College

It's a little early in the summer for the smell of burning sage to be wafting through Craig, but hot and dry conditions have led to an early fire season in 2000.