News for Sunday, February 24, 2013



Craig briefs for Monday, Feb. 25

The deadline for submissions to be included in the 2013 edition of CNCC’s “Waving Hands Review” is Friday.

Craig Daily Press wins 50 awards

The Craig Daily Press won 50 awards in the 2012 Colorado Press Association Better Newspaper Contest. The awards were presented to newspapers across the state during the Colorado Press Association’s annual convention at the Westin Downtown Denver Hotel on Saturday.

Stephanie Pearce: Grandma’s apron

I read a post on Facebook the other day about a grandmother’s apron, and it made me smile as I thought of my Grandma’s aprons. I always have loved aprons, and today I enjoy sewing old time lookalikes.

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Craig youth hockey teams close regular season on high notes

The Bantam Cougars hockey team will make the postseason and could even end up the top seed. The Pee Wee team ended its season on a two-game winning streak.

Mathers: Conservative planning pays off for Moffat County

Mathers: But challenges remain

Sometimes it’s better to reference history than to repeat it. It’s a life lesson often preached by Moffat County Commissioner Tom Mathers.

Craig Mayor Terry Carwile says historic events made 2012 a memorable year for the city

Romney, Rockwell among 2012 Craig highlights

Every year is eventful. But Craig Mayor Terry Carwile said 2012 was historical, if not even a little bit magical. On Friday, Carwile delivered the State of the City address during the seventh annual State of the County event hosted by the Craig Chamber of Commerce at the Holiday Inn of Craig.

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Local band performs for large crowd Friday

Beyond the Wreckage band members were in their element Friday night as they performed for a hometown crowd of nearly 100 people at the Craig Pavilion. Audience members sang along to many of the songs played by the metal group. There was even a mosh pit and some crowd surfing.

Monday Morning Chat: Five minutes with Alejandro Servin

Get to know new Craig resident Alejandro Servin

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Craig grocery shoppers get a reminder about the source of their food

City Market shoppers in downtown Craig were reminded where the food in their shopping carts came from Sunday thanks to representatives of the Moffat County Farm Bureau and Moffat County Cattlewomen.