“Nothing Daunted: The Unexpected Education of Two Society Girls in the West,” written by Dorothy Wickenden, is a nonfiction book, but it reads like a novel.
We just celebrated Father’s Day, and I was glad to hear so many people offer congratulations for being a dad.
Although the 7-acre fire was relatively small, there was a lot of fuel for the fire to burn, and putting it out meant manual labor and handwork for firefighters.
Moffat County Commissioner Chuck Grobe is headed to Washington, D.C. on Wednesday to testify on behalf of the county’s oil and gas industry and job creation.
Crews are battling the Disappointment Fire near Elk Springs.
The change was intended to attract more candidates and make the races more competitive. It takes effect this fall when three of five seats are up for election.
Moffat County will be well represented at the National High School Rodeo Finals in Rock Springs, Wyo. July 14 through 20. Three cowboys from the county qualified for the nationals by placing in the top four in their events at the Colorado State Rodeo Finals June 5 through 9.
The stately old Luttrell Barn has fallen into disrepair, and the county must decide if the beloved building is worth saving.
A youth volleyball camp taking place this week in Craig is introducing local youth to the game.
Conny Mullis, 45, and Maria Saenz, 32, both of Craig, were arrested on suspicion of unlawful distribution of controlled substances. A news release from the Craig Police Department alleges that both arrests involved methamphetamine.
The Moffat County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Craig resident Deana Miller, 24, who family and friends say hasn’t been seen since late last week.
The Yampa River is expected to dip to 500 cfs Friday, within commercial tubing range, as 86 youth baseball teams settle in to Northwest Colorado. Before the tournament is over, teams will have played in Hayden and Oak Creek as well as in Steamboat and Craig.
The daily police and jail report for Moffat County and Craig.