Tuesday, August 28
WASHINGTON (AP) The Bush administration is pinning its budget hopes on a rapid, robust economic recovery driven by its huge tax cut despite figures released Wednesday that show a steep drop in the government surpluses projected for 2001 and 2002.
DENVER (AP) Gov. Bill Owens is making $6 million available to potential teachers in hopes it will help ease the state's shortage.
DENVER (AP) College police are concerned that the state has not established a system to keep track of sex offenders who take classes or work at college campuses.
Though the games the Lady Bulldogs will play in Saturday's Moffat County High School Tournament are the start of the regular season, and will count on the team's record, Coach Vickie Haddan still considers them an evaluation.
Over the past month, a number of Front Range newspapers have run stories debating whether beer should be served at the University of Colorado football games.
In David Morris' hand is a deck of cards. Not a full deck, but for his purposes, a full deck isn't needed.
Council allows public final say on ordinance
After making the final decision on a highly-controversial tobacco ordinance at its last meeting, the Craig City Council elected to leave another possible change in the law up to voters Tuesday night.
Vehicle flips after passing semi; 'driver error' named as cause
A rollover accident early Tuesday morning sent four Craig residents to The Memorial Hospital
Two weeks ago, while general surgeon Dr. David James went on vacation, The Memorial Hospital officials made the decision to turn away business.
RIFLE, Colo. (AP) Authorities were searching Wednesday for an inmate who escaped from the minimum-security Rifle Correctional Center Tuesday night.
A Hayden high school teacher whose position was cut this summer by the School Board has agreed to drop an appeal in return for a settlement.
Sean Raymond Durham, Jill Brown
Come January, the Hayden School Board will be without its top two officers.
WASHINGTON (AP) Researchers who developed some of the 64 embryonic stem cell lines that can be studied under federal grants say some of the lines they produced may prove unsuitable for further use and others are mired in patenting and licensing issues.
Schools receive reviews based on test scores
Shortly after he distributed Moffat County's results on the Colorado Student Assessment Program at the Monday night school board meeting, Interim Superintendent Pete Bergmann offered words of encouragement and warning.
Tuition buy down, new classes cited as reason for increased fall semester enrollment
The higher education system in Moffat County is seeing a higher number of students this year, as Colorado Northwest Community College (CNCC) begins its fall semester.
Monday, August 27
A one-car accident closed down one lane of U.S. Highway 40 this morning,
District Attorney Paul McLimans has accused his former assistant, Charles Feldmann, of providing information to the defense team representing suspected murderer Thomas Lee Johnson.
No one injured in Sunday morning blaze
A Moffat County residence was lost to fire on Sunday, as a blaze consumed a mobile home off of Moffat County Road 210.
Craig's Only Full-Service Fly Shop
A new safety card from the Colorado Search and Rescue Board may help to save the lives of some outdoor enthusiasts.
Four varsity golfers set for Moffat County's season
Nate Vaccari, the Bulldogs only senior linkster, hasn't been shooting the way he like to.
The Craig Cougars midget hockey team, which is the club equivalent of high school hockey, sent three representatives to Colorado Prospect Weekend Aug. 16-18 at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.
PARACHUTE, Colo. (AP) Shell has resumed a modest oil shale test program, nearly 20 years after the collapse of the industry left portions of western Colorado looking like ghost towns.
If there's one thing people need it's options.
After one week of school, many Moffat County students have likely already been assigned a report to do in one of their classes.
Sunday, August 26
DENVER (AP) Ski resorts will be offering discounted passes again this year even though skiers and boarders hit the slopes in record numbers last season.
After approving the much-debated tobacco ordinance, which has now moved to the County Commissioners for their consideration, the Craig City Council can once again turn its attention to other matters such as nuisance ordinances.
A "countywide" ban on smoking?
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) David Carr passed for one touchdown and ran for another, and Fresno State converted three Colorado turnovers into 17 points en route to a 24-22 victory on Sunday night.
Former Colorado Supreme Court justice assigned to murder trial
A former Colorado Supreme Court chief justice will preside over Routt County's only murder case.
A public that does not understand the importance of its water rights today, jeopardizes its claim to that water in the future, state lawmakers said.
Mobile businesses may be held to same standard as local employers
Out-of-town mobile vendors who come to Craig looking to set up shop on street corners may face a new obstacle if the Craig City Council has anything to say about it
DENVER (AP) Legislators say they'll try to fix a loophole in a state law intended to help preserve open space that could allow land owners to develop their property and still receive a tax credit.
Punt, Pass & Kick
I'm so excited!
Jake Satterwhite, Earl Ervin Short, Joseph John Schneider, Aloysius (Al) Joseph Schumacher, Hila Parker
Thursday, August 23
April Sanchez knows that in a year, everything will change.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) Fourteen members of the U.S. women's hockey team that won Olympic gold in 1998 are part of a 25-woman touring team that will play in preparation for the 2002 Sale Lake City Olympics.
NEW YORK (AP) Lucent Technologies Inc. says it has more than enough cash on hand to weather the downturn in the telecommunications industry and expects its operations to become profitable by next year.
DENVER (AP) The best time to prepare for a devastating drought is now, while vegetation grows and rain is probable, a climatologist warned.
Craig resident Jake Satterwhite, 13, died at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Parkview Hospital in Pueblo after a three-car accident.
WASHINGTON (AP) Got a problem with how the Census Bureau is counting Americans? Take a number and get in line.
Jim Burkett, National Field Representative of the "Spirit of Freedom Ministries" in New Orleans, La., will be at the Apostolic Lighthouse Church of Craig to present a special program designed to help today's youth and families who are battling the effects of alcoholism and drugs.
EDDYVILLE, Ky. (AP) The heavy iron bars clang open, and 80-year-old Paul Stevens strolls calmly into the midst of Kentucky's condemned killers.
Hayden's code enforcement officer will get a hefty pay raise from Routt County to enforce parking at Yampa Valley Regional Airport for the upcoming ski season.
At 10 a.m. today, the Moffat County Affiliated Board of Control, acting at the behest of Colorado Northwest Community College (CNCC), closed on 100 acres of real estate, securing land that will be used for future expansions of the college. The land is located along the U.S. Highway 13 bypass, to the north of Signal Hill restaurant and west of the Shadow Mountain subdivision.
For many in the Yampa Valley, Wednesday's cool weather is a sign of the ever-approaching autumn, and means many outdoor activities will be put on hold
Recent demographic shifts in Moffat and Routt county populations have already caused health problems and may create future medical dilemmas, county commissioners decided Thursday night.
14th Judicial District Judge Joel Thompson's recusal may jeopardize 'speedy trial' requirement
Appointing a new judge for the Thomas Lee Johnson murder trial is not the only obstacle in the case meeting Johnson's right to a speedy trial is also an issue that will have to be resolved.
CAPS board has strict entrance policy for applicants
As Michael Ballard, 56, searches for a halfway house as part a sentence handed down for his role in prostituting his seven children, he can be cross off Craig as a possible destination.
Leah Anita Holden, Gary Wayne Nall, Xenia Kawchack, Paul Leslie Bremner, Jacqueline C. Morgan
Wednesday, August 22
Resident meets governor
Grand Futures sponsors fund-raising effort in September
Something whimsical this way comes.
WASHINGTON (AP) New claims for state unemployment insurance rose last week to the highest level since mid-July while the number of laid-off workers drawing unemployment benefits rose the highest level in nine years.
Moffat County Partners would like to extend a big thank you to Delbert Knez, owner of the O.P. Bar & Grill for sponsoring the 5th Annual O.P. Bar & Grill Poker Run on July 22.
We, the family of Kenneth Simpson, thank the many people who supported us
In a huddle of fifth- and sixth-graders, Ernie DelGrosso and Dusty Schulze ran down a list of football do's and don'ts
Thompson cites conflict of interest after DEA arrests live-in girlfriend
The judge presiding over the murder trial of Thomas Lee Johnson has removed himself from the case, citing the arrest of his live-in girlfriend by a Drug Enforcement Administration agent who could be a key witness in Johnson's trial as the reason.
Stephen Vair, Robert Scott, Lucille Dunbar
DENVER (AP) Senate Democrats are considering raising the gasoline tax to pay for transportation projects needed to keep pace with Colorado's booming population, Senate President Stan Matsunaka said.
We want to thank everyone who supported our sucker sale
Event helps non-profit groups receive more money
Non-profit organizations, charities and government agencies are in constant need of funds.
The Maybell Volunteer Fire Department will soon purchase the largest tanker truck it has ever had.
Fund dispersal would become Council's responsibility
With some cooperation and agreement between the Craig City Council and the Moffat County Commissioners, both elected bodies may be able to free up some of their time.
Tuesday, August 21
Internet-based program rental will give comprehensive picture of department's responsibilities
The tools and equipment available to the Moffat County Road and Bridge Department are many, ranging from hand tools to earth moving equipment.
Moffat County School District today announced its policy for determining eligibility of children who may receive free and reduced price meals under the National School Lunch Program.
On behalf of the Yampa River Basin Partnership, a citizens group that represents the views of the Yampa Valley and works with the Colorado Division of Wildlife, the Colorado River Water Conservation District, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and other agencies
Mill levy increase will not be decided on November ballot; existing funds to be reallocated instead
One of Moffat County's bragging points is that it has the second-lowest tax in the state, and that selling point will continue to be true for the near future.
Safety major concern as Water Department officials consider two different locations on North Yampa
Water customers in Craig will soon have a new option when it comes to where and how they make their purchases as last week, the City Council approved a request to order a new water sales station.
Mr. and Mrs. Tim and Sheryl McMahon of Craig, announce the engagement of their daughter, Carrie, to Daniel Simpson.
Becky and Ed Roop of Kirtland, N.M., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Larissa Lynn Keever of Boulder to Daniel George Kusel, also of Boulder.
Avery James Tucker, Kelsea Grace Hyde, Jacob George Block Austin, Jacob Daniel Bohannon, Justice Mikal McEntee, Jacob Arthur Olsen
Tyrel T. Miles, Christopher L. Pierce
Monday, August 20
When Kirk McKey and his son Caleb started playing the annual Kiwanis golf tournament four years ago, they came in dead last
In the dwindling hours of Saturday's Mud Splash volleyball tournament, with a slight breeze making it cooler than it should be for anyone covered in mud and water, the Shadow Mountain Wholesaler's team wallowed their way to victory over Darkhorse Liquor's Hog Heaven, ending the rein of the Crawdads.
Group organizes luncheon with hope of creating countywide tobacco ordinance
With expectant mothers smoking at almost double the state average, and 55 percent of eighth graders having tried cigarettes, Moffat County faces a serious threat to its health, according to members of the Citizens For Healthy Children.
Even with all the changes the Moffat County School District administration is experiencing, even more personnel changes could be on the way.
ASPEN, Colo. (AP) The battered technology industry should begin to recuperate next year, pulled out of the doldrums by fundamentals such as sound finances and the availability of high-speed Internet access, industry leaders said Monday.
Sunday, August 19
DENVER (AP) About 25,000 uninsured Coloradans will have better access to health care as a result of federal money going to 12 health and dental clinics across the state.
RANGELY, Colo. (AP) Fire crews were monitoring a wildfire that grew 50 acres Sunday to 2,110 acres.
WASHINGTON (AP) The Bush administration and its allies are focusing on women and minorities as they try to build support for overhauling Social Security by creating personal investment accounts.
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (AP) Insurance giant State Farm announced a reorganization Friday that it said will consolidate many of its administrative and support operations but not cost any jobs.
Rock Springs man suffers head, chest injuries after being crushed by pipes
A veteran oil field worker was seriously injured in an accident on Thursday afternoon at a site one mile north of the Powderwash camp.
Administrators join forces to take 'team approach' in wake of Wrightson's departure
When it comes to job advancement, no one knows better than Pete Bergmann how to move to the next level.
'First Day of School 2001' program encourages interraction between parents and children
Of all the things parents need to remember to send with their children, there is one thing some see as the most important: Themselves.
Carrol Cathey, Dorris J. Ridenour, Stephen Vair
Sunday, the day after the Bulldogs' "Discovery of Character Day" a fancy term for the first day of full-speed hitting in football senior running back and linebacker Chris Field discovered something. He was sore.
Three weeks ago, during a friendly game of golf, senior linkster Evan Pressley stroked his best game ever a 73.
Thursday, August 16
Come Saturday, head volleyball coach Vicki Haddan will have to take part in the most dreaded of a coaches' duties the cut.
As of Monday, a rash of cheers could be heard echoing in the halls of the high school, as Moffat County High School cheerleading team coach Suzy Lord took the 14 members of this year's squad through its moves.
The members of First Christian Church would like to invite the community of Craig and the surrounding areas to enjoy free food and entertainment during our third annual "Share the Harvest" celebration
BOISE, Idaho (AP) Three hundred more firefighters flew into the nation's wildfire command center on Thursday to prepare for dispatch,
DENVER (AP) Two bears have waddled through the city's southwest suburbs in two days, the latest in a series of bear encounters in Colorado.
DENVER (AP) Ocean Journey's efforts to survive financial woes were dealt a blow Thursday when the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District denied the aquarium's application for funding.
Craig residents charged in GRAMNET operation will remain in jail until trial
Craig residents Jesse Grijalva, 49, and Stephen Skufca, 41, and Michael Steiger, 40, of Steamboat Springs, were formerly charged in connection with last Friday's drug raids.
The 129th annual Colorado State Fair will kick off Saturday in Pueblo with over 700,000 people expected to attend this year's event.
Many Craig residents likely slept through a power outage Thursday night that may have also caused them to oversleep this morning
Now that the City of Craig has passed an ordinance making the possession of tobacco by teens illegal, the Citizens For Healthy Children (CFHC) are beginning the process to pass a countywide tobacco ordinance.
DENVER (AP) Residents of Loveland and Fort Collins asked the Colorado Reapportionment Commission on Thursday to give both communities their own representatives in the Legislature, saying they have different goals.
Wednesday, August 15
WASHINGTON (AP) Consumer prices in July registered the biggest decline in 15 years, pushed down by a sharp drop in the cost of gasoline and other energy products.
"Miles, miles and more miles" is the mantra of the Moffat County High School cross country team.
Being part of one of the Moffat County High School soccer teams means a rocky ride and a lot of perseverance
Conflicts lead to alternative solutions being sought by local groups, residents
Land management and designation issues are some of the most controversial and intractable problems facing Colorado communities today
Patients may be diverted to other facilities because general surgeon is on vacation
Until Saturday, one extra piece of information will have to be assessed before severe trauma case can be brought into The Memorial Hospital: Is a surgeon available?
Environmental group claims public was not informed of meetings to discuss state's designated wilderness areas
A Colorado environmental group is making some heated accusations, charging that a group of Colorado lobbyists has violated the public's right to have its opinion heard.
Tuesday, August 14
DENVER (AP) Colorado received $35.7 million in federal mineral revenue through June, a 58 percent jump from last year.
MEEKER, Colo. (AP) Overnight rain helped crews contain a 1,000-acre fire in northwest Colorado on Tuesday.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS The Routt County Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday to approve a change in the way the board receives a share of fees collected locally on the national forests.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS Thirteen-year-old Colton Wheeler has not spent the Routt County Fair the way he would have liked.
Wednesday last day to get lowest prices on ski passes
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS Skiers, riders and, in many cases, their employers have until Wednesday to take advantage of the lowest prices offered by the Steamboat Ski Area on season passes and value cards for the upcoming ski season.
ATLANTA (AP) Coca-Cola and Procter & Gamble are scaling back their planned $4 billion joint venture that would have combined brands like Minute Maid juice and Pringles potato chips.
This last Sunday, with the sun high in the sky, and the rain clouds hiding for the weekend, (entire editorial staff) and I headed to Steamboat Springs. Well almost the entire staff.
Four years ago, Mikki O'Brien, general manager of the Holiday Inn and then president of the Chamber of Commerce, started a fundraiser
Getting out of the pool, Cathy DelGrosso and Bryna Larsen ran neck and neck.
Avery James Tucker, Katelyn Kay Marie Hoffman, Patrick James Underwood Hunter, Samantha Lynn Marten, Trevor Dustin McDaniel, Carter Allen Ogden, Zachary Lee James Petterson, Loren Elizabeth King
Dalyn E. Dunn
Thanks again to Sherry Farnsworth, Kendra Magness-Lee, Lou Ann Jones, Linda Pinnt, May Vallem, Sally Vallem, Torie Barainca, Scott Jones and his Boy Scout Troop No. 192
Items collected will help children in need of school necessities
The school year is approaching, and parents and children are in a frenzy to get all the supplies, books, clothes and bookbags they need for the coming year.
Tobacco possession by minors can result in fines, community service
No Vacancy. That was the message the Craig City Council sent last night after once again amending
WASHINGTON (AP) The Bush administration has put off announcing whether it will stop tightening pollution requirements for power plants that are being repaired or upgraded.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Crews throughout the West continued to fight nearly 300 wildfires that scorched more than 100,000 acres since the week began
Monday, August 13
Investigation leads to arrests in smuggling ring that extended to Mexico; involved multi-kilo deals
In full Special Response Team (SRT) combat gear and with weapons drawn, officers of the Moffat County Sheriff's Department and Craig Police Department smashed through the door of a Craig residence Friday and rushed into a local business as part of a coordinated multi-county and multi-state drug bust.
Starting April 1, any manufactured home moved onto private property will require a foundation that reaches to the depth of the frost line, four feet into the earth.
WASHINGTON (AP) A sharp drop in the costs of gasoline and other energy products helped drive down wholesale prices in July by the largest amount in eight years.
One of the most heated debates in recent years may be laid to rest tonight
The saying goes that "if you never stop moving, you never get old," and nobody personifies this adage better than 51-year-old Larry Mullen.
With one two-a-day practice under their belts, members of the Moffat County High School football team already feel confident about their chances.
Move allows more room for government agencies
When the Craig Police Department and the Moffat County Sheriff's Department moved into the new Moffat County Public Safety Center, both agencies left one thing behind space.
Although Thanksgiving is still three months away, it is already time for a few local hunters to start talking turkey.
Sunday, August 12
83rd annual Moffat County Fair
A ribbon in the cattle show can be a long time coming, just ask this year's Senior Market Beef Showmanship Grand Champion Lacey Green.
These days, many women wonder who they should see for their pregnancy care.
83rd Moffat County Fair deemed successful by organizers, community
Words like "good," "well-organized" and "smooth" were used to describe this year's county fair by almost everyone asked
Different agricultural groups combine efforts to improve organizational, ranch-related skills
For many participants in the Moffat County Fair, 4-H is the driving force behind learning the advanced organizational and social skills that are shown in the different events.
CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (AP) AT&T Corp. completed its spinoff Friday of Liberty Media Corp., allowing the television programming unit to operate as an independent company.
William M. "Bill" Hix
Thursday, August 9
Sheep, handlers invade Moffat County Fairgrounds indoor arena for showmanship, market class events
For many 4-H members who show sheep, winning a ribbon or placing in an event is one of the last things on their mind.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) Construction companies that built a new flash-memory plant for Intel Corp. have filed more than $36 million in liens seeking payment for their work.
DENVER (AP) Some elementary-school students in Colorado will be able to telecommute to school this fall with the state's first online instructional program for young students.
County gets $166,000 back from property tax revenue previously kept by state
To lose $20, $50, even $80 is not disastrous
For the past two weeks, the Yampa Valley has been inundated with out-of-state visitors, who have filled area ball park parking lots with cars from Texas, Nebraska and California.
While Craig was swimming in the monsoon-like weather of Wednesday night, Eric Havrilla, 16, of the Mo Phat racing team was jockeying for a first-place finish at the Howlsen Hill Cross Country race, which is part of the Steamboat Springs Town Challenge mountain bike race series.
Thursday's rain put a damper on the Mad Creek Fire after more than one inch fell from thunderstorms that blanketed the area.
Nicholas and Rhonda Walmer, a Gospel Music duo, will appear at 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Sunday at First Christian Church of Craig.
DENVER (AP) Gov. Bill Owens says he'll never make a run for the White House, but he isn't ruling out the U.S. Capitol.
Supplies, fees can create financial constraints
With the first day of the school year being Aug. 23, parents and children are both aware of the school supplies that will be needed for the upcoming year, and the cost associated with those purchases.
Market swine show brings out best in competition, teaches life skills
With visiting livestock judge Shawn Apt looking on, young handlers showed off their skills in spraying, grooming and showing their pigs in the Market Swine Judging and Swine Showmanship portion of the Moffat County Fair.
DENVER (AP) The average price of a gallon of unleaded, self-serve gasoline in Colorado dropped 6.6 cents this week to $1.40 a gallon, the American Automobile Association said Thursday.
Hospital may form foundation to raise money for building
The Memorial Hospital has formed a steering committee to examine the need for a hospital foundation.
Being a leader, meeting new friends and developing social skills are a few of the reasons members of this year's Moffat County Fair Queen Court gave for wanting to be involved in 4-H.
Wednesday, August 8
For Jim Mattern and Janiene Rader, who were part of last year's winning triathlon team, the key to ensuring a victory at the Trapper Health Club Triathlon lies with the biker.
DeLaine Brown lauded for 16 years of planning, working with 4-H members, guidance of county fairs
This year, the Moffat County Fair is even more special than normal for DeLaine Brown.
Motion Industries opened a new branch of its business at 536 E. First Street in Craig.
Tuesday, August 7
Dru and Catherine Nielson of Craig announce the engagement of their daughter, Heather Nielson to Cory L. Overton, son of Ron and Cindy Hartung of Craig.
Rader's celebrate 40th anniversary
Parker Cameron Brown, Nathan Blake Cooper, Zoey Dawn Quale, Trinitie Ann Beckner
Ceremony honors entrants in 83rd annual Moffat County Fair
After all the work and effort and time, the last hurdle to conquer is the judgement rendered on your work, but that hurdle can also lead to praise and the satisfaction of being recognized for completing a project.
For Courtney Grandbouche, Indy means more than just a race.
More and more employers are realizing the importance of providing breastfeeding support in the workplace.
For the past three years, Craig Youth Soccer player Rowan DuBois has attended the Major League Soccer Camp sponsored by the Craig Youth Soccer Association
I try to consider myself an outdoor enthusiast, though many times my love for the outdoors gets put on the back burner for one reason or another.
Craig Chamber of Commerce employees and ambassadors were on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony for Independent Beauty Consultant.
Byron Levkulich, CNCC graduates
Lori DeAndra Schmidt is proud to announce the marriage of her parents, Wynter Lethonia Gleason and Richard Allen Schmidt.
Fair entrants display, discuss their projects
Decorated cakes, displays, lamps, ceramics and rockets highlighted the general leisure, education and food sections of the Moffat County Fair Tuesday afternoon, as 4-H members wrapped up their Completion Day projects.
We wanted to take the time to inform the citizens of Craig and Moffat County of some rumors we have heard from some very good sources.
Rotary seeks adventuous people for educational trip
Practices for most of the Moffat County High School fall sports will begin on Monday. The exception is Boys Golf, for which practice started Aug. 6.
Modeling their outfits and accessories, the young ladies of 4-H strode onto the stages and posed as they presented the 2001 Fashion Revue of the 83rd annual Moffat County Fair.
Department experiences 'standard growing pains' as training, new equipment mesh
People expect some questions when they call for assistance or emergency aid, but most are not prepared to hear "What county are you in?"
Monday, August 6
Landowners could qualify for more hunting licenses, preference points
Landowners throughout Colorado have come one step closer to guaranteeing themselves the right to hunt on their own property.
As winter approaches, many residents throughout the area will be spending their free time out in the woods hunting.
Moffat County has filled the position of director of the Human Resource Department.
NEW YORK (AP) EchoStar Communications Corp.'s top executive acknowledged Monday that the company's $28.8 billion unsolicited bid for satellite television rival Hughes Electronics Corp. is sure to generate intense scrutiny by federal antitrust regulators.
It seemed almost like deja vu Monday afternoon when the 4-H Horse Show High Points Grand Champions were announced.
Sunday, August 5
Coalin Hume taken into custody in connection with local burglaries
The second suspect wanted in connection with a string of burglaries in Craig during a three day spree beginning May 16 has been arrested.
After a hot, dry summer that has caused wildfires to spark up throughout the area,
Officials with The Memorial Hospital (TMH) are looking at a plan that could allow the construction of a new hospital with little or no tax support.
A head-on collision Sunday on a wet Rabbit Ears Pass resulted in minor injuries to two passengers, a Colorado State trooper said.
Colorado had the sixth-highest median cost of a home nationwide at $169,070, even beating out New York, according to estimates released Monday from the Census 2000 Supplementary Survey.
RIFLE, Colo. (AP) A church has collected about $45,000 in donations for the victims of a deadly shooting spree, but there is confusion about how to distribute the money.
Since they competed in the Soapras meet in Carbondale earlier this season, the Craig Sea Sharks' 200-meter medley relay team has been trying to reach a goal
Seasonal Club Championship results
The Junior Horse High Points awards for Friday and Saturday's Open Horse show were a strictly Snowden affair.
Steamboat Springs Ski Resort could be under new ownership in five weeks, owners say
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) It's an open house of a different sort.
Thursday, August 2
GREELEY, Colo. (AP) - The way the Denver Broncos are collecting cornerbacks, it would hardly be surprising to see Deion Sanders saunter into training camp.
How is a softball tournament won? According to Sherma Ray, member of the co-ed division's defending champions the R-Team, all you need to do is go out and play.
Tri-State selects Jersey company for $58.2 million upgrade project
The debate about whether the economy is slowing down may go on indefinitely, but beginning next summer, Craig is going to see a significant influx of workers and money,
Superintendent close to deal with Indiana district; cites family as reason for decision
Moffat County School District Superintendent Duane Wrightson is very close to knowing if he'll be working in an Indiana school district this coming school year.
$66 million jackpot has ticket buyers purchasing tickets at rapid rate; Lotto sales begin to see decrease
Patti Bobonick walked into the 7-Eleven in west Steamboat Thursday and paid $2 for two lottery tickets:
Leah Holden, Al Schumacher
Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan foresees no quick end to sluggish economic growth and signaled Wednesday that the Fed stands ready to cut interest rates for a seventh time this year.
GREELEY, Colo. (AP) More electricity is being generated from wind just as wind power in Colorado is being sold at a premium.
DENVER (AP) Archaeological artifacts statewide are threatened with irreparable damage and archaeological work on public lands could end because Colorado museums don't meet federal storage standards, a new report says.
For the past two weeks, Northwest Colorado has been inundated with baseball players from around the country for the Triple-Crown regional tournament and World Series.
DENVER (AP) A citizens' group has recommended designating more federal wilderness areas in Colorado, boosting its previous proposal by 245,519 acres to a total of 1.6 million acres.
Wednesday, August 1
Consumers, a key force keeping the economy afloat, spent vigorously in June despite rising layoffs and a volatile stock market. Incomes rose modestly.
The Moffat County Commissioners formed an advisory board for the Shiloh House, the county's youth care center.
There will be more than 2,400 "splashes" into the Craig City pool Friday through Sunday for the Seasonal State Championships.
When it comes to working a job year-round, not many know the routine better than the organizers of the Moffat County Fair.
Schedule of Events
Two ounces of drugs on their way to Craig seized by GRAMNET officials in Silverthorne
Crime doesn't pay.
Commissioners, Shiloh Home officials get feedback from residents
The staff of Shiloh House in Craig opened the facility's doors Tuesday evening to the community of Moffat County, inviting those interested to see the youth care facility and meet with the people who work there.