News for Wednesday, October 23, 2002

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Sales tax figures reflect sluggish area growth

Craig's collected sales tax revenues peaked for the year in August, with lucrative hunting months on the way.

Woman involved in accident that injured four to face charges

A 39-year-old Utah woman will face traffic charges stemming from Monday's two-car accident that injured four people.

Doris A. McFarland

1929-2002

Richard James Walls

1930-2002

Maxine F. Brannan

1925-2002

'You've reached the right extension'

"Push one for information on services. Push two for complaints. Press three for more options."

Diggin' districts

Bulldogs prepare for tough test ahead as the 4A District 6 tournament comes to Craig

In a perfect world, the stands would be full and the Moffat County High School volleyball team would be the main attraction in Craig this weekend.

CMS volleyball teams end with wins

The final matches of the season for the Craig Middle School volleyball teams were ones to build on.

Bruce Corson

James Leroy Herod

Attorney general candidate stresses officers' training

Marti Allbright, Republican Party candidate for Colorado Attorney General, said it's important that people in urban areas understand that crimes that occur in rural Moffat County can have an impact on what happens in Denver.

Isn't it Grand

Organization promotes a future for students without drugs or alcohol

The Ridgeview Elementary School gymnasium was packed Wednesday afternoon with students getting their faces painted, doing the limbo, hula hooping and playing games.

Preparing for winter

As residents get their homes ready for colder months, experts offer advice

As people begin to tighten up their homes to trap heat in this winter, they need to remember that in addition to trapping in the heat, they're also trapping in gaseous fumes like carbon monoxide, experts say.