News for Friday, June 7, 2013



Craig briefs: CDOT reminds drivers to watch for wildlife

The Colorado Department of Transportation wants to remind drivers to be aware of wildlife crossing roadways, especially at night.

From Pipi's Pasture: The ranch garden, part 2

Perhaps the family member who enjoyed the garden the most was my sister Darlene. When she was in her preteen and teen years, she would put on a big hat, grab the hoe and head for the garden.

Over a Cup of Coffee: Taco salad with green onions on top

The recipe is from a yellowed newspaper clipping that I found tucked in a cookbook. I had cut it out of a newspaper (I’m not sure which one) years ago but had never tried it.

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One bear suspected of breaking into cars in Steamboat Springs relocated

Time will tell whether wildlife officers successfully trapped a bear that has been opening car doors and ravaging the interiors in search of food.

The Record for June 8, 2013

The daily police, sheriff's, fire and jail report

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New tattoo shop makes its mark on Craig

A new tattoo shop is trying to make its mark on Craig, inking locals with a variety of art unique to each customer’s taste. Wolf Tattoo opened on March 26, in a 1,600-square-foot retail space along Victory Way.

Fuel Gauge for the weekend of June 8, 2013

Gas prices in Craig as of Friday, June 7.

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Martial arts master comes to Craig

Craig welcomed a grand master of martial arts to town this week, and by the end of the weekend Craig will have a Master to call its own. Northwest Colorado Tae Kwon Do, which teaches Kom Do Kwan at Holistic Health and Fitness was founded by Paul Cruz in Craig in 2009. While Cruz is the top dog in Craig, this week his master Jason Thomas came to visit and administer black belt tests.

Craig Sports Briefs for June 8, 2013: MCHS coaches, players hosting basketball mini-camp

The latest sports news in Craig, with lots of summer youth sports camps and lessons.

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Yampa Valley still in demand for hunting, but local outfitters concerned about future

With the big game hunting draws completed, Colorado and Moffat County got a good sign for the 2013 hunting season despite concerns over the new firearm legislation that’s slated to take effect July 1. After Colorado House Bills 13-1224 and 13-1229 were signed into law earlier this year, there was concern over the potential hit to hunting when many non-resident hunters said they would boycott the state if the gun laws passed.