News for Friday, July 12, 2013



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Mary Pat Dunn: Remembering the world class Cosgriff Hotel in Craig

In the mid-1950s when Craig’s Cosgriff Hotel was the social center of town, a display of more than 15 Gerard Delano paintings was installed throughout the hotel.

Over a Cup of Coffee: 2 salads in 1

Slow cooker or barbecue — it’s the way to escape the kitchen heat during these hot days.

Craig Briefs: County commissioners’ regular meeting agenda

What: Moffat County Commissioners’ meeting

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Modified stock cars put on show at Thunder Ridge

Running its third event of the summer, Thunder Ridge Motorsports Park south of Craig was host to eight cars in two races Friday, doing a hobby stock and sport stock combined race, then pitting four modified cars against each other.

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Northwestern Tack store caters to horse lovers in Craig

RaeAnne Hadley is a cheery and kind-hearted woman who loves horses. Her welcoming demeanor and kindred social skills have carried her far, and now she’s sharing those talents as a new business owner in downtown Craig.

Gary Cole: Your driving habits can define what repairs are needed on your car

Lets face it. If it has four round-rubber black things on it, it's going to give you trouble. The question is when and how much? So you've taken your car to a mechanic, received the list of items wrong with it, had a heart attack and finally started breathing again. Who can afford the costs of repairing their cars? And if your mechanical ability consists of seeing that the tires are round and figuring out where the door handle is, then you are kind of over a barrel.

Routt County woman charged with murder denied bail

Lisa Lesyshen, the Stagecoach woman accused of murdering her 9-year-old son, will not be allowed to post bond, a judge ruled Friday.

Raising twin cows is tricky business

Here at Pipi’s Pasture, it isn’t unusual for a cow to have twins; in fact, we get about one set a year. When people hear about twins, they make remarks such as, “Super!” and “How lucky you are!” The truth of the matter is that although it means an extra calf that year, twin calves make a lot more work, and they usually cost a lot to keep too.

Fuel Gauge for the weekend of July 13, 2013

Gas prices in Craig as of 4 p.m. Friday, July 12

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Bulldog Sports for the week of July 22, 2013

The coming week in sports for Craig.

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Bulldog Sports for the week of July 15, 2013

The coming week in sports for Craig.

Craig Sports Briefs for July 22, 2013: Moffat County High School physicals at end of July at TMH clinic

The latest sports news for Craig and Moffat County.

The Record for July 13, 2013

The daily police and jail report for Craig and Moffat County.

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Dinosaur celebrates 75 years in Colorado

Dinosaur National Monument expanded into Colorado in 1938. Conservation Colorado and the National Parks Service are celebrating 75 years since that expansion.

Weekend thunderstorms to cool off Craig

High temperatures in Craig are getting slightly cooler with rain and thunderstorms expected throughout the weekend and into next week, according to the National Weather Service in Grand Junction.

Ray Cartwright: Resolution explained

To the people of Shadow Mountain, I visited the court house on June 21 and received a copy of Resolution 2013-65 which reads as its title:

Ray Cartwright: Safety 1st, repairs 2nd

Shame on the road and bridge department.

Museum of Northwest Colorado: A request for help

The Museum of Northwest Colorado is completing an exhibit related to a roadblock by local law enforcement, in November 1947.

Craig Briefs: Moffat County libraries board meeting agenda

What: Moffat County libraries Board of Trustees meeting