Summer provides ample opportunity to squeeze in some time for reading. Each summer, I try to catch up on my preferential reading and do less purposeful reading.
I read with fascination the stories about Mr. Rummel and what he and some of his peers are proposing. It seems to me that he is asking just the opposite of what gun control advocates are asking for.
It is with great regret that I submit this letter of resignation as a board member of the Craig Rural Fire Protection District Board of Directors. In October 2005, when I accepted the position as a member of the Board of Directors, I had no idea how it would affect me personally and professionally.
Good job to all who helped with Grand Olde West Days. In my opinion, you brought Grand Olde West Days back in Craig, America.
The Moffat County commissioners are so out of this world if they think they are going to save money by opening their own medical clinic and that it won’t cost taxpayers a dime.
The purpose of the clinic is to give Moffat County employees a different option for basic health care needs and to save the county money, Human Resources Director Lynette Running said.
It doesn't look like much now, but by the end of summer teams of volunteers with the Moffat County Fuller Center for Housing will turn a vacant lot into a handicap-accessible two-family home.
The latest sports news from Craig. The BCA pool league playoffs came to a close, with plenty of sports camps and learning opportunities for young and old in the coming months.
A strong contingent from Craig showed up to test their training on the difficult, hilly courses of the Steamboat marathon, half marathon and 10-kilometer race. According to the results online, 25 people from Craig finished at the three distances.
Moffat County and city of Craig's daily police, fire and jail report
The gymnastics scene in Craig is stepping up its game, with a new facility and new coaches. Rising Star Youth Training Center had its grand opening Monday at 538 Pershing St., next to the post office,