Thursday, June 28
A huge thank you is due to all the residents and merchants who helped to make more than a thousand FFA members from throughout Colorado feel welcome and at home during their convention June 4-8.
Finally the Cubs win, but there was no Sammy Sosa jumping up and down screaming "Baseball has been, berry, berry good to me," and the evil curse has not been lifted from the city of Chicago.
Stevie Brumback, the 11-year-old pitcher for Craig Burger King, was one of more than 156 girls to take the Loudy-Simpson softball fields for the end-of-the-year youth softball tournament.
The U.S. economy limped along in the first three months of the year at a pace slightly slower than the government previously thought. The biggest drag on growth came from companies struggling to get rid of their unsold goods.
As Independence Day approaches, officials are closing in on final preparations for the annual celebration of the country's birthday.
The Moffat County Commissioners and the Rio Caromo Board of Directors have agreed to hire a health physicist to examine the Indoor Roping Arena and determine if there is a health risk, and if so, what needs to be done to handle that risk.
With the grace of a seasoned show dog, along with the muscle definition of a well-defined body builder, the lamb turns and flexes for the crowd.
Incidents reported for June 26
Wednesday, June 27
Organization wants 20 percent of county designated as wilderness
Hoping to clear up a few myths about their mission, and to educate the public in the process, the Colorado Wilderness Network held an open house Wednesday evening to discuss some of the reasons for its recent explorations of a number of Northwest Colorado ranches.
The Moffat County Board of Commissioners will meet at 8:30 a.m. Friday at the Moffat County Courthouse.
It probably took Casey Barnes a good two minutes to wrestle the goat to the ground and get its legs tied, but time doesn't matter when you're smiling as widely as Barnes was.
The road trip, a staple in most college student's lives, has become a tradition of sorts even more so for members of a fraternity.
To area residents who attended a forum on women's issues in Colorado, the fact that working women earn an average of 74.5 cents to every $1 men earn was unsettling but may not have come as complete surprise.
Tuesday, June 26
Bridgestone-Firestone Inc. announced Wednesday that it will close the Decatur, Ill., plant that produced most of the 6.5 million tires the company was forced to recall last summer.
Amanda Tiede, Forrest Adrian Russell
The only rain the Yampa Valley has seen in weeks had uncanny timing because it obviously knew when the Jackpot Barrel race was going run.
He doesn't look like Babe Winkleman or one of the Linder brothers, but Tyler Swaney isn't afraid to reel a fish in like a pro.
Keith and Agnes Gillam of Craig announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Stacy Gillam, to Barry Mertes, son of Charles and Mary Mertes of Rapid City, S.D.
Contagious bacteria that infects blood, fluid around brain strikes Craig toddler
The Colorado Department of Health and Environment has confirmed that a Craig resident has been diagnosed with meningococcal disease.
Youth tobacco ordinance incites debate
Weighty issues and creative alternatives highlighted the City Council's introduction of one of the most emotional ordinances the Council has debated in recent years.
Judy and Johnnie Mullis of Craig and Judy Coombs of Kanab, Utah and David Fox of Big Water, Utah, announce the engagement of their children, Krisha Mullis and Leigh Fox of Kanab.
Bud and Linda Bessler of Worland, Wyo., and Bill and Ramona Green of Craig announce the engagement of their children, Kacey Rae Bessler, to Chad William Green.
Thirteen nursing students graduated from Western Wyoming Community College May 18.
Madison Paige Bedell, Jeremiah Bud Hyder, Kendra Jean Kaspar, Rylee SueAnn Laman, Ryan Charles Russler, Gavin Tyler Staudt, Kelsey Rae Stauffer
Former Craig residents Mike and Jill Adams announce the marriage of their son, Erik Adams, to Ashley Brumble on May 14, 2001, in Bakersfield, Calif.
With Monday's news reporting that New York impose a ban on hand-held cell phones, I believe a lot of people may be having a difficult time deciding just how to react.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Robinson from Denver and their daughter, who resides in Washington State, were in Hayden to attend church services on Homecoming Sunday.
The class of 1971 is having its 30th class reunion Aug. 3-5 and is looking for the following classmates:
Monday, June 25
Grant will help fund hand tools, protective clothing
Those troops manning the front line of wildfires now have reinforcements courtesy of the federal government.
Cancer diagnosis rates in Colorado were 3 to 4 percent lower than the national average in 1993-1997, a new study shows.
Last year around this time, Tia Brannan had attended nearly 16 rodeos on her quest to become the overall World Champion cowgirl in the Little Britches rodeo program.
Craig's motocross track will once again hear the roar of engines come July 8, when it is the site of the last race of the year, and even perhaps in its history.
There is currently a group of concerned citizens in Craig that are asking the City Council to pass a municipal ordinance (city law) that would prohibit youth under the age of 18 from possessing or using tobacco products.
Orders to U.S. factories for costly manufactured goods rebounded last month from a sharp drop in April as demand for cars and semiconductors registered especially strong increases.
Louis John Rossi
Beginning Sunday, the phone number to get road and weather information will change.
As a counselor at Craig Middle School, I am very concerned about the fact that, in our community, children under the age of 18 are legally able to possess and use cigarettes and other forms of tobacco.
Peroulis ranch files notice of loss of nearly 60 sheep
The number of livestock killed after mountain lion attack at the Peroulis ranch June 13 has been raised from 40 sheep to 60.
Energy users and providers are billions of dollars apart in their estimates of how much the power crisis in the Western states has cost.
As the debate on teen smoking proceeds to a new level, supporters of a proposed tobacco ordinance are gaining support in their battle.
Man tired of journey to veteran's hospital in Grand Junction
For many veterans, the road has just become too long.
Sunday, June 24
A thousand teenagers, FFA advisors, parents and state agricultural leaders visit to Craig earlier this month prompted Pizza Hut to pop an extra 75 pizzas in their oven daily to keep their luncheon buffet stocked during the week.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is encouraging commuters to trade in engine-powered four-wheelers for human-powered two-wheelers on Wednesday for Bike to Work Day.
Along with the positives of summer's arrival come the negatives, namely mosquitos.
Stay available as fund-raiser for drug use prevention group
The Moffat County Public Safety Center is close to completion, and to celebrate that, law enforcement agencies in Moffat County want to put law-abiding residents in jail.
In the dwindling days of summer basketball, only two Moffat County High School teams found the way to the court last weekend.
A 45-minute symposium Saturday in Steamboat Springs will update residents on where Colorado's women stand in comparison to the nation in several different areas.
SAN DIEGO (AP) The biggest annual biotech conference in the world was set to open with a panel on one of the industry's most contentious issues: genetically altered food.
Stocks advanced early Monday in anticipation of a Federal Reserve interest rate cut expected this week.
It is that time of the year when we enjoy getting out on these nice warm days.
Yes, it has been very busy at the Chamber with all of the events and visitors to the area.
Incidents reported for June 24,
Farms and ranches played a big part in settling the West.
Craig softball standings Week 5
New license plates, memorializing the victims of the Columbine High School massacre and all school-aged victims of violent crime in Colorado, will be available soon.
Thursday, June 21
A father and his young daughter went to see the statue of Liberty and heard the story of this gift to the United States by France.
A police officer, his wife and two children were found dead in their condominium on Thursday, victims of a suspected murder-suicide, authorities said.
The number of Sea Sharks the Craig team took to the Sopris Invitational in Carbondale was a little lower than normal and as a result, the team only placed sixth at the meet.
Americans increasingly see an economic divide between the haves and have-nots, according to a new poll that also finds a majority of people dissatisfied with the country's direction.
This weekend will be one of rest for the Lady Bulldogs and the Bulldogs boys varsity teams.
College interns from ColoWyo Coal Company dueled with 10-year-old youth soccer players, and a local minister matched up with a soccer mom who was actually playing soccer.
Sheriff supports need for secondary access to remote mountain homes
The residents of the Baker's Peak community have asked the county to build a road so that they and emergency crews can have year-round access.
Land issues have been important to the people of Moffat County from the early days of homesteading right up through the present day.
Lynn C. Dean, Manuel Sanchez, Laredo Del Pickens, Thomas La Pointe, Jake Thomas
Wednesday, June 20
The class of 1951
Club honors donors
Moffat County officials are still looking for guidance for the future use of the old armory building that currently houses a youth care facility.
As the sun rises on the first day of summer in Craig, it brings some not-so-good news for area farmers and ranchers.
Nation's electricity use soaring, but area consumers using less
Over the last 10 years, the average amount of electricity used in Colorado has risen steadily.
The Little Feet...Big Steps road race will enter its second year of existence Saturday, but almost everything about the race is new.
Tuesday, June 19
Government investigators are examining data collected by a congressional committee that reportedly shows Ford Motor Co. is replacing Firestone tires with other brands that fail more often.
Residents of two small mountains towns are worried about a proposal to put 14 abandoned mines and mills in their communities on the federal Superfund list.
Hair clippers never sounded as sweet as they did Tuesday at the Craig Middle School baseball field.
School officials support ordinance prohibiting teen tobacco possession
As the Craig City Council continues to look at an ordinance prohibiting possession of tobacco by anyone under the age of 18, those who favor the prohibition just received a little more support.
WASHINGTON (AP) Senate Democrats said Tuesday they would no longer try to impose stringent price controls on Western electricity sales, opting to give federal regulators' price-dampening plan time to work.
The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and the Bureau of the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) in cooperation with the Routt County Sheriffs Office (RCSO), contacted Peter Schellenberger Saturday during a traffic stop on U.S. Highway 40 east of Steamboat Springs. Schellenberger is a citizen of Australia.
Bob and Shirley Noland,
Kevin Field, Kimberly R. Herring, Jonathan B. Herring
Straight A Report, Honor roll
Garfield has become the first county in Colorado to implement a fire ban, acting on concerns that the state is entering one of its worst fire seasons in years.
Monday, June 18
Town officials are suing a North Carolina land development partnership for allegedly polluting the community's drinking water supply and causing two partial shut-downs of the city's water plant.
New housing construction edged down in May, after a strong showing the month before, as builders broke ground on fewer single-family homes, apartments and condos.
A little less than a month ago, the mosquito-filled air of Loudy-Simpson Park began to be torn with pop flys, line drives and home runs, accompanied by the background sounds of a chattering crowd and opening cans.
Moving forward means getting beyond the conflicts of the past, Moffat County Commissioner Marianna Raftopoulos said. County officials are willing to do that, but the question to Community Foundation board members was: Were they?
Property issues impeding construction of 2 mile trail through Craig
A trail extending from Ridgeview to the middle of Craig, a Parks and Recreation Department project that has been put on the city's back burner over the past few years, will have to wait a little longer before being completed.
One thing that can always be expected is the unexpected.
A grant from the State of Colorado will help to broaden the focus of rape awareness throughout Craig and Moffat County.
Sunday, June 17
On June 28 last year, the United States Supreme Court in Boy Scouts of America v. Dale ruled that, under the First Amendment right of free association, the Boy Scouts had a right to remove James Dale from a leadership position.
More than 70 shooters showed up Saturday to stalk 3-D targets and help send a Moffat County student to college, as the Moffat County Sheriff's Department held its annual Archery Tournament.
Machines with constantly moving parts spit out off-white pieces of all shapes and sizes.
Louis Rosi, Jadrian Lee Gates
It's not everyday that an insurance customer is lucky enough to have their agent come over and paint their house, but one Craig resident experienced just that Saturday morning.
Authorities confirmed Saturday that four men on board a small plane recovered from a mountain lake were the Reno, Nev., men whose Piper Cherokee disappeared May 29.
Craig resident arrested in connection with five auto store break-ins, forgery
Frederick Charles Weise III, 20, of Craig was arrested Friday in connection with the May burglaries of TNT Custom Body and Paint, Mountain Meats, Ken Meyer Auto Body, Eaton's Auto Service and a residence in Craig.
More than 2,000 cyclists began pedaling the 432-mile Ride the Rockies tour Sunday morning.
Postmaster favors sorting mail locally, but work hours not made available for that choice
The complaints concerning mail delivery and time of delivery have continued to be registered, but no changes have been made or plan to be made.
A 28-year-old Craig man pleaded guilty to a felony for a theft that occurred in early March.
With two new members appointed by President Bush on board, a federal energy commission is taking up proposals to try to ease Western electricity prices and blunt a Democratic offensive on high energy costs.
Sun, fun and wood chips.
Proving there's a gas price conspiracy is like proving there's an Area 51.
Thursday, June 14
The preservation and protection of wilderness, wildlife and habitat is one of the many balancing acts that administrators and elected officials are challenged with in Colorado.
School board increases cost of meals
There is finally good news for school bullies in the Moffat County School District the cost of school lunches is going to be on the rise.
The headline on May 9 "Gas prices continue to increase in Craig" is certainly not news.
I would like to thank the many people and businesses that donated money for the improvements at the Maybell Cemetery.
Craig resident Andy Whilden makes the big time every year the Craig Bass Club holds a casting competition for kids ages 7 through 14.
Ride the Rockies expected to draw nearly 5,000 applicants for 432 mile ride, only 2,000 spots open
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS The ride will take 2,000 cyclists an estimated 432 miles across the state of Colorado in just six days.
The Moffat County Board of County Commissioners and the Community Foundation of Northwest Colorado, formerly the Museum Foundation, will work out their dispute over money and organization during the commissioner's meeting Monday.
A single-engine plane with four victims inside will remain in 46 feet of water in a remote lake in Northwest Colorado until a private helicopter with enough power is found to lift it out, authorities said.
The homegrown Yampa Valley Beef company is branching out with a new product this week beef jerky.
A special investigator said Wednesday he is close to finishing an investigation into an expense fund of former 14th Judicial Deputy District Attorney Charles Feldmann.
Steamboat Springs attraction to have bumper boats, climbing wall
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS After meeting with the Planning Commission Thursday, Greg Gallavan realized he may not have needed a conceptual review to get bumper boats and a climbing wall approved for Amaze'n Steamboat.
Wednesday, June 13
At least 40 animals killed, officials blame mountain lion pair
At least 40 sheep that were slaughtered by a predator were discovered Wednesday afternoon on the Peroulis ranch off Moffat County Road 38.
Hospital officials near final decisions on expansion plans, funding
The options for building a new hospital and what it might look like, are being narrowed down by The Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees.
With the wide array of issues that today's children must face, members of the Moffat County School District Board of Education believes that one component for the development of educational growth still exists the family.
With a 12 p.m. shotgun start on Sunday, the St. Michael's Scramble is the perfect way to combine God and golf all in the same day.
Emma Ence, Enola Chew Burdic, Jacqueline Morgan
Incidents reported for June 12
Tuesday, June 12
Students listed on the Craig Middle School third quarter 2000-01 honor roll and straight A report are:
Cassandra Hunt, Jacob R. Arguello, Carl Rugh, Christina Louthan
The First Congregational Church would like to announce that it has presented four of its nine 2001 graduates with $500 scholarships.
End of the year tournaments can be difficult, but are even harder when a team is two players short.
Katelynn Gelene Turner, Lillian Elisabeth Winn
Peter Y. Waller, CEO of First National Bank of the Rockies, announced that Ronald J. Danner, O.D., has joined the bank's Board of Directors.
Air Wisconsin pilots have voted overwhelmingly to strike as a last resort if they are unable to reach agreement on a new contract.
Fortunato DiBartolo, William R. Wolgram
Loaf and Jug officials offer no defense for employee cited for selling alcohol to minor
The Loaf and Jug convenience store at 2401 W. Victory Way will lose its liquor license for 10 days after failing three consecutive alcohol sweeps conducted by the Craig Police Department.
The Yampa Valley Chapter of Sweet Adelines International competed March 23-24 in Colorado Springs at the Pikes Peak Center for Performing Arts.
Youth needed to register for summer clubs
Librarians of Moffat County of are looking to sign up readers of all ages for their summer book clubs, which help children enjoy reading while mixing in some educational presentations and activities.
t's about four months before Colorado's hunting season begins, leaving many residents anxiously awaiting the hunt for this fall's trophy buck.
Monday, June 11
The roar of the bandsaw, the whine of the plane, and the hours upon hours of meticulous work can be seen in every curve of Eric Hess's grandfather clock, and felt in every grain of its walnut.
Felony charges filed against seventh-grade student dropped, teen sentenced for burglary
Charges against a Craig Middle School student who faced three felony charges for threatening students and faculty faces were dismissed, but the teen won't walk away unpunished.
A local business is in jeopardy of losing its liquor license for a minimum of seven days if the Craig City Council decides tonight that its repeated citations for selling alcohol to minors has gone too far.
Federal investigators say it could be days before they begin to salvage the wreckage of a plane found at the bottom of a lake with four Nevada men aboard.
Incidents reported for June 11, 10, 9
Forrest "Mike" Russell
Construction starts soon on two Northwest Colorado projects
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is set to begin work to improve U.S. Highway 40 and Colorado Highway 318 in the Dinosaur National Monument area.
U.S. Senator Wayne Allard , R-Colo., has been named a champion of private property rights
I'm back in Punta Gorda after a month in Colorado.
Property rights, population density planning collide
While most of the focus of growth problems and legislation has been on the Front Range, problems of how deal with growth and plan for the future have cropped up in Moffat County.
Farmers are getting a chance to tell the federal government what they think about national farm policy.
Three teams, three days and 23 games.
Plink. It's the sound of horse hide hitting aluminum. The sound of legion baseball.
In a season where the crack of a baseball bat is supposed to drown out the noise of any other sport, there are those who still prefer the hard thud of a take down on the mat.
Sunday, June 10
Commissioners vote 2-1 in favor of hiring new employee
Kathleen Taylor will begin serving as Moffat County attorney Thursday, but she won't be alone.
Aircraft debris found, but not missing men or crash site
Searchers on Saturday used an underwater camera and depth finder to look for a single-engine airplane believed to be in a murky, mossy lake in the Flat Tops Wilderness.
A popular community program may be facing its last days, unless the basic standard on which it was founded can save its existence.
Jacqueline "Jackie" Morgan, Forrest Russell
Thursday, June 7
The tennis courts of Craig were packed with players Tuesday, signaling the start of the Parks and Recreation Department's youth tennis program.
Search continues for aircraft, men
A wheel fender and a T-shirt found in a remote lake in the White River National Forest has been identified as belonging to a missing airplane and one of the four men that was on board.
DOW considers suspending hunting privileges as penalty for illegal ATV use
The use of ATVs on public lands has outfitters who follow the law upset that those who break the law aren't suitably penalized for their crime.
Money from grant to help with heat, electricity bills runs out, little remains to help community
Energy costs have continued to ride along the stratosphere this year, with heating bills at record levels and gasoline prices remain at or above two dollars, but summer won't bring relief.
Now is a time of energy and innovation at Colorado Northwestern Community College-Craig, with many new programs being created, and the campus being outfitted with cutting-edge technology.
10-week-old, female, long-haired Siamese mix kitten
Summer is the down season for Gym Gem Gymnastics, with no real competitions scheduled, but that hasn't stopped the young gymnasts from continuing their practices.
Wednesday, June 6
Ten businesses along Yampa Avenue were without power for close to an hour this morning after a transformer was blown on the 600 block, behind the Golden Cavvy restaurant. Apparently, a squirrel was electrocuted after coming into contact with a transformer and power lines at the same time.
Legislation requiring formal training for Colorado's coroners killed for second time
Though most people know who they are, few want to meet them in a professional setting. It's not because they are seen as untrustworthy or unpleasant, in fact, they are some of the most trusted members of the community.
Lynn C. Dean, John S. "Bud" French
Regulators have begun examining whether Colorado can protect itself from the kind of energy problems California faces.
I was pleased to read Mr. Wolceshyn's column in the Craig Daily Press in Northwest Colorado regarding the Endangered Species Act.
Saturday's tournament sweeps by the Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs left Coaches Blaine Corlett and Craig Mortensen pleased, but realistic.
Searchers continue to scour Lake Marvine near Meeker
Gary Coulter was the last person to see four Reno, Nev., men who were traveling on a small plane that is believed to have crashed into Lake Marvine in the White River National Forest last week.
Tuesday, June 5
In a statement that is sure to be supported by students of all ages, the Moffat County School District School Improvement Committee advised against lengthening the school year and school day.
To achieve a 'High Honors' standing at Moffat County High, a student must have earned a grade point average of 3.80 or higher for the quarter . To be listed on the 'Honors' honor roll, a student must have earned a grade point average for the quarter of 3.5 to 3.799. Grades for aide, on-the job training, driver's education and resource room are not considered for the honor roll.
Mary Elizabeth Anne Longwell, Payson Zane Reed, Christopher Todd Gonzales, Rachael Grace Haskell, Molly Teresa Neton, Henry Jacob Jones, Dylan Ryan Lester
Searchers comb lake for aircraft debris
Authorities searching for a missing plane converged Tuesday morning on the upper Marvine Lake after a fisherman reported finding debris thought to be from the aircraft.
Though most people think of coffee as the best morning upper, Craig Sea Sharks coaches Hollie Haskins and Cammie Hillewaert have a better suggestion.
Incidents reported for June 5, 4, 3, 2
A bird once thought to be nearing extinction has made a remarkable comeback on the eastern Colorado plains. In fact, the comeback has been so great that a hunting season for the bird is open for only the second time since 1937, and applications are now available.
At the turn of the 19th century, Germany produced the miracle of the scientific world the clever, Hans horse.
Hotel rooms, restaurant seats in short supply
Finding a hotel room or a seat in a restaurant may be quite a challenge this week, as the Future Farmers of America flood into Craig for their annual State Convention.
Each month at Craig Intermediate School, students are honored with a luncheon to commend them for their citizenship.
Regina Jacobs, UNC degrees
Lindsey K. Bremner, daughter of Brad and Robin Bremner of Canyon Valley Ranch will marry Christopher William Peel, son of William Peel Jr. of Houston, Texas and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Allee of Steamboat Springs.
Nicholas H. Gianinetti
Monday, June 4
May 29-30 Co-ed
A sincere thank you to all our friends and neighbors for your prayers, cards, flowers, phone calls and visits while I was in the hospital.
As the trip director of the We See D.C. program, I wish to take this opportunity to extend my sincere thanks for the continued support of our annual trip to Washington, D.C. and the Williamsburg, Va., area.
Federal Reserve Governor Edward W. Kelley Jr. said Monday he would step down from the Fed's seven-member board as soon as one of two current vacancies is filled
Harva Lou (Wyman) Buchannan
Purple-, gold-clad teens in Craig for state convention
With all the hoopla of a Republican National Convention, the Future Farmers of America are in the process of converting the Moffat County High School gymnasium into the site of this year's State Convention and Leadership Training Conference.
Buck Mountain will be inundated with pint-size horsemen and women Thursday, when the Craig Parks and Recreation Department offers its first Blazing Saddles trail ride.
About 2,200 trees will be cut down to try to control an outbreak of mountain pine beetles, the U.S. Forest Service said Monday.
A former gravel pit in the median of Interstate 70 will be used to grow endangered razorback suckers before their release into the Colorado and Gunnison rivers.
MEEKER, Colo. (AP) Authorities have received reports of a sighting of a plane that went missing last week near Meeker, and search crews planned to depart on horseback for the spot later Tuesday, officials said.
Wednesday last day to sign up, later classes still available
The summer session for Colorado Northwestern Community College-Craig has started, but people can still sign up for classes that have already started.
The Federal Aviation Administration plans to spend the next decade introducing new equipment, new runways and new air routes to reduce flight delays.
Absent students and their parents, could face legal penalties
Every now and then, some people enjoy the occasional day of hooky a day when the weather seems impossibly nice,
Craig's 'boys of summer' will be working on their catching, hitting and post-high school marketability Thursday at Woodbury Park.
Sunday, June 3
Friday and Saturday for the Moffat County girls and boys basketball teams served as a changing of the guard, and it was smooth change.
For many children, Saturday could only be described as a great day to go fishing.
MEEKER, Colo. (AP) High winds prevented a helicopter from dropping water on a 110-acre wildfire as it continued to burn Sunday afternoon near town.
Day organized to recognize local volunteer groups, individuals
The Moffat Count Board of Commissioners has designated July 28 Colorado Cares Day.
Bears Ears Sportsmen Club (BESC) has been awarded a Range Development Grant from the National Rifle Association (NRA) Foundation.
The Nature Conservancy is sponsoring birdwatching tours. They will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. June 6 at the Yampa River Preserve, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m June 13 and from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. June 20 at the Carpenter Ranch.
Meeker (AP) - The search for a missing plane with four Reno, Nev., men on board will focus on an area about 25 miles east of town after rescuers spent Sunday searching with no results.
Step aside Ed McMahon, because a number of Moffat County residents will be receiving checks through the mail in the next week, and these checks can actually be cashed.
Fish not being placed in local reservoir
The Colorado Division of Wildlife and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service continue to remove northern pike from the Yampa River.
The faculty and Board of Control of Colorado Northwestern Community College-Craig are finalizing and enacting plans that, over the next five years, will increase attendance and offer more and varied classes.