News for Tuesday, June 11, 2013

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Craig briefs: AAA recommends basic car care in warm temps

The hot temperatures that have climbed above 90 degrees can take a toll on car batteries, and AAA Colorado reminds drivers to conduct basic battery care by doing the following:

Routt County Sheriff's Office making arrangements for paralyzed murder suspect

The Routt County woman accused of killing her 9-year-old son is paralyzed at a Denver hospital, and it is unclear whether the damage is permanent.

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Craig officially named a Train Town USA

Craig still relies on the railroad, but on Tuesday evening it was commemorated for its role in the history of the iron horse.

Moffat County term limit extensions being discussed

A 10-person committee wants Moffat County voters to extend the term limits from two terms to three for county elected officials, which means an additional four years in office.

The Record for June 12, 2013

The daily police, sheriff and emergency services report for Craig and Moffat County.

EAGLE-Net officials visit Moffat County, Craig about broadband services

EAGLE-Net representatives visited Moffat County Tuesday for the first time in five months, highlighting the procedures and problems that the broadband-internet alliance is currently facing.

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Craig wrestlers grapple at Paonia

Seven wrestlers from Craig tested their skills against some of the best wrestlers in Colorado and the surrounding areas over the weekend. The group of wrestlers from Craig was at the fourth-annual Paonia Summer Duals, an event that attracted over 500 wrestlers from six different states to Western Colorado for three full days of wrestling June 7 through 9.

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Summer basketball camp showing Craig's youth the way to play

Monday was the first day of summer basketball in Craig, with the upcoming generation of Bulldogs working on their skills. High school boys head coach Eric Hamilton, along with other coaches and players from the Moffat County basketball program, began the youth basketball mini-camp Monday, teaching elementary and middle schoolers the fundamentals and keys to being successful in hoops.