If improving your health isn't enough of an incentive to finally kick the smoking habit, maybe money is.
Bowling championship draws local competition to Thunder Rolls
Lyda Vernon has been bowling for at least 30 years, yet the accomplishment had somehow managed to elude his grasp.
Local and state specialists highlight perceived advantages of general aviation
Mike Forney posed a big question Wednesday.
MCHS musical begins run tonight
Justin Warren, 37, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on a warrant.
Why are men so gaga over James Bond movies?
The U.S. Postal Service recommends sendnig mail to troops ASAP. All Holiday mail for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan should be mailed by Dec. 4 to arrive before Christmas. The USPS is running articles in the Daily Press "Local" feature regarding their services and deadlines. Read them and comply so our young service men and women know that public support still exists for their sacrifices in our behalf.
Changing rules and decreases in available funding worrisome
City and county officials said the Colorado Department of Local Affairs is a significant funding source for local government needs and should remain so as long as there's money.
8 a.m. to noon. Craig Workforce Center will host an open house at 480 Barclay St. for "Keep Colorado Working Day." Find out about the services available at the local work force center. For information, call 824-3246.
Robert "Bobby" Donelson was remembered Wednesday as a friendly classmate and capable woodworker with an easy smile. Bobby died Tuesday afternoon after collapsing on Hayden High School's football field. He was 15.
Local government and other groups plan to apply for at least $1.9 million from the Colorado Division of Local Affairs in the agency's December grant cycle.
59-acre annexation development plans new homes, commercial space
After a period of little to no visible activity, progress on the newly annexed land west of Craig began this week.