News for Sunday, April 14, 2013



Stephanie Pearce: Persistence

You know the old saying, “If you get bucked off a horse, you better get right back on”?

Senior Spotlight for April 15, 2013

April is a time when we need more watchdogs at the United States Treasury and fewer blood hounds at the Internal Revenue Service.

Briefs for April 15, 2013: Local students honored with Rising Star awards

Colorado Northwestern Community College students Clay Crozier and Zoe Sowers were honored with Rising Star awards at a ceremony and luncheon Tuesday at Front Range Community College.

CNCC talent show sees success in 1st year

Taking the stage, Alayna Behrman’s gold and white dress glimmered under the bright spotlight in the Moffat County High School auditorium Saturday evening. Only 10-years-old, Behrman competed in the Colorado Northwestern Community College Talent Show showcasing her singing abilities and won first place.

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Campbell named general manager of Craig Daily Press

Craig resident Renee Campbell has been named the general manager of the Craig Daily Press. She starts Monday.

Gun laws cause Moffat County outfitters concern for future

Recent gun legislation might not affect Colorado’s tourism for hunting in 2013, but it has local outfitters nervous for the future.

Craig, Moffat County organizations launch campaign against renewable energy bill

SB13-252 scheduled Monday for 3rd reading in Senate

Two Moffat County organizations last week launched a campaign to stop a bill that would increase renewable energy mandates on rural Colorado electric cooperatives. Senate Bill 13-252, sponsored by Senate President John Morse, D-Colorado Springs, and Senate Majority Whip Gail Schwartz, D-Snowmass Village, would increase renewable energy mandates on rural Colorado electric cooperatives from 10 to 25 percent by 2020.