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TMH Living Well: Keeping the happy in holidays

It may seem counterintuitive, but the holidays — filled with joy and warmth — are a prime time for feeling sad, lonely, stressed or even depressed. Here are 10 ways to beat the blues this season.

Healthy Recipe: Warm spiced almond milk

Recipe compliments of: MindBodyGreen

Superfood Tip: Nutmeg

Nutmeg is an aromatic spice that induces feelings of the holidays. It is packed with potential health benefits including antioxidant and antimicrobial properties.

Fitness Tip: Are you stressed?

Even though this time of year is usually full of happiness and cheer, there can still be some stressors that impact your day.

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One dead, one injured in Highway 40 collision near Craig

An accident Friday afternoon on U.S. Highway 40 has left at least one motorist dead. An oil service semi truck from Herod Industries was headed eastward on Highway 40, when it collided with a pickup truck and rolled over about three miles west of Craig.

P.E.O. Chapter AJ: Thank you!

We wish to give a huge thanks to the following people. Homeowners who welcomed the community to enjoy their holiday decorations: Elaine Deupree, Shane and Shelly Wilson, Bernie and Judy Espinoza, Joel and Janet Sheridan, Marcus and Karen Cuevas.

Craig briefs: Hours at monument changed due to weather

The arrival of winter at Dinosaur National Monument brings changes to visitor access in some areas, according to a news release.

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Festival of Trees People's Choice announced

The third annual Festival of Trees hosted by Moffat County Youth United Way and Moffat County High School Key Club People’s Choice winners were announced Thursday evening at the Moffat County Courthouse.

Craig Sports Briefs for Dec. 19, 2014: Moffat County High School C-teams host Grand Junction

The Moffat County High School boys and girls basketball C-teams each played Central High School, of Grand Junction, in games Wednesday afternoon.

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Moffat County United Way executive director steps down

After the first of the year, Moffat County United Way will begin its search for a new executive director.

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Arizona school gives Moffat County wrestlers trying time

Bulldogs to compete in Warrior Classic Friday, Saturday

MCHS lost, 55-22, in Thursday evening duals with Thunderbird High School, of Phoenix. The Bulldogs hosted the Arizona team as a warm-up before both teams make their way to Grand Junction’s Warrior Classic Friday and Saturday.

US Senator-elect Cory Gardner visits Steamboat

During his first appearance in Steamboat Springs since the Nov. 4 election, U.S. Senator-elect Cory Gardner spoke about his road to candidacy and his plans for when in office.

Mike Littwin: We're having the race conversation

If you believe the polls, or watch cable TV news, you may be halfway convinced that race relations in America have somehow grown worse during the tenure of the first black president.

On the record for Moffat County Jail Dec. 18

Moffat County Jail report for Thursday, Dec. 16

Multi-agency conservation effort brings stretch of Yampa River south of Steamboat into public domain

“This property is extremely important, both from a conservation perspective and as a place where people can fish, hunt and hike.” – BLM's Tim Wilson

Federal omnibus bill has implications for Moffat County

Folks in Moffat County can be sure many of their essential government functions will be funded. The payment in lieu of taxes program, passed in Congress in 1976 and fully funded in this year’s bill, reimburses counties with large amounts of federally owned land for their inability to collect taxes on those lands.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘The Hobbit’ — For the love of gold…

Too much of a good thing inevitably has to have its downside. For those who have grown to love the cinematic tales of J.R.R. Tolkien, that aftereffect has finally come in the form of “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.”

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Buyer found for Downtown Books; Craig's only bookstore poised to stay open

Cheer and excitement rang through Downtown Books this evening after owner Terry Carwile shared the good news that he found a buyer for his bookstore.

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Letters to Santa event brings Christmas cheer to Craig kids

Children lined up at the Craig Daily Press Wednesday evening to drink hot cocoa and sit on Santa’s lap, telling him precisely what they want for Christmas. Some desired several gifts, while others asked for just one.

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Craig Middle School student expelled for bringing knives to school

Although the District Attorney's office elected not to charge the Craig Middle School student who brought knives onto school property, Moffat County School District Superintendent Brent Curtice said the student was expelled.