November 6, 2012, midnight
October 9, 2012, 5:19 p.m.
October 8, 2012, 11:28 p.m.
I’ve been pondering the state of veterinary medicine in the new millennium.
This morning, the skies over Pipi’s Pasture are gray, and a light rain is falling.
The city of Craig recently was awarded a $5,000 grant through the Associated Governments of Northwest Colorado and the Department of Local Affairs.
Just yesterday I received a nice letter from Karen Pruitt, a former Craig resident who now lives in Michigan.
The Moffat County High School girls soccer team was feeling the nerves earlier in the week about their first-ever playoff game. They didn’t show it Friday in Greeley.
Lee was unanimously voted as the recipient of the Jake Clarke Award for Carbon County male athlete of the year by the Carbon County Quarterback’s Club. The senior is a seven-time state champion.
Some parcels held due to greater sage-grouse habitat
The Bureau of Land Management is offering three parcels totaling 2,125 acres. A 381-acre U.S. Forest Service parcel located in Garfield County also will be offered during the August sale, according to a BLM Colorado news release.
A Craig woman was arrested this week after an alleged altercation with Craig Police Department officers and a doctor at The Memorial Hospital in Craig.
Police and wildlife officials have noticed an uptick in the number of bears who have regained their appetites following hibernation.
Local gas prices in Craig as of Friday afternoon, May 10.
Yampa Valley Electric Association is warning customers to be aware of a phone scam occurring in Northwest Colorado.
The Moffat County Commission meets at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, the Craig City Council meets at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, and the The Memorial Hospital in Craig Board of Trustees meets Wednesday through Friday.
Police, fire and ambulance calls — some minor calls omitted
The family of Ruth Smith would like to thank everyone who was kind and thoughtful to her when she was ill.
I’d like to thank the following people for designating their contributions to the United Way campaign to Moffat County Veterans: Lance Hammond, Marty Jackson, Kirk Smith, Roy Meats, Jeff Winslow, Kristi Shepherd and Mason Siedschlaw.
Mountain West Insurance and the Smart Business Alliance are hosting a free seminar about health care reform and what it means to local businesses and employers.
The family of Mary Garcia would like to thank all the people who sent cards, flowers and food.
The family of Carol Buchanan would like to thank everyone for the numerous cards, gifts, flowers, food and acts of kindness during this difficult time.