- Pratt and Staudt Engagement
I know I told you last week that I would be going over some fantasy baseball, and I will, just as soon as I give some props to my fantasy basketball team, The Regulators.
At Holistic Health & Fitness there's a steady level of noise. The speakers pump out music while weights clink together.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is hosting a fundraiser this weekend, with the proceeds benefiting elk and other wildlife. The fundraiser is scheduled for 5 p.m. Saturday at the Holiday Inn of Craig.
While the effectiveness a motivational speaker's message can have on a student still forming his or her own beliefs and identity can be debated, there was at least one point that hit home from John Underwood's recent speech at Moffat County High School.
It took a couple of seconds, but after some thought, Moffat County High School senior Alicia Nelson figured out an answer.
When the U.S. Senate passed a $3.5 trillion spending plan April 3, Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., was one of the 55 who gave their support.
As new and returning Craig City Council members and the mayor made their way to the dais, only one man stood in the way of a new term.
Ten local agencies are partnering Friday to participate in a sand table exercise to test coordination, communication and decision making between the agencies and cooperators who are first responders during a wildfire.
9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. The Aging Well Program's "Wellness Wednesday" is at American Legion Post No. 62 for individuals ages 50 and older. It includes art, writing and exercise classes throughout the day. Lunch is served at each week's presentation. To register for activities, call 871-7676.
Bennet agrees with residents that federal approach to issues must change
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet said politics shouldn't be about memorized answers and party loyalty.
Deputies responded to five requests to assist another agency.
The Police Department responded to 1,370 requests for service in March and Community Service responded to 168 requests for service.
Ever since the Obamas announced that they would be getting a dog for their daughters, I have been watching the process with interest.
I would like to sincerely thank the emergency room staff, Dr. Jon Ossen and Marie Kettle, as well as EMTs Joan Hillewaert and trainee Stayton Mosbey.
This is in response to Keath's April 8 and Julie's April 9 letters to the editor. The Northwest Colorado Chapter of Parrottheads has recognized the importance of music, so we have banded together with Craig Middle School and Craig Intermediate School to help provide musical instruments and equipment to those schools.
The need for community colleges has never been greater, so rest assured, Colorado Northwestern Community College will do everything it can to address critical work force training, economic development, and quality-of-life issues in our communities.
Craig Mayor Don Jones began his 14th consecutive year in city government at the City Council meeting Tuesday night.