Craig City Council will take a final vote Tuesday on proposed ordinances that would put retail marijuana on the ballot for the city’s April election.
Those interested in running for Craig City Council can pick up candidate nomination petitions from the city clerk’s office at Craig City Hall.
As this week marks the closing of long-time staple The Kitchen Shop, another kitchen store is on deck to take its place in downtown Craig.
No parent wants to believe his or her child has endured a traumatic experience.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
A two-vehicle collision on Colorado Highway 13 south of Craig closed the highway for nearly two hours and sent five people to the hospital.
Family hopes to purchase all-terrain chair to provide greater independence
Duchenne muscular dystrophy is slowly robbing one Craig boy of his mobility, but with support from the community he hopes to raise funds to purchase a new, all-terrain, Action Trackstander chair.
Colorado Highway 13 closed for more than an hour Saturday in both directions south of Craig.
Moffat County High School girls swimming is coming ever closer to state-qualifying times as the season continues, complete with a first-place individual finish in their most recent meet.
Girls bounce back from rough Friday to win Saturday; boys fall to Skiers in overtime
A fierce set of Friday night games started the weekend off on the wrong foot for Moffat County High School basketball teams, though they rebounded for the most part the following day.
Trapshooting group emphasizes safety, welcoming environment for beginners
To the unprepared, a round of anything outdoors in the wintertime takes a lot of effort to brave the cold. Those in Northwest Colorado are rarely too put off by the chilly climate, and some even relish the chance to get out and practice their shooting. And, “ready, aim, fire” sounds a lot better than “shiver, sniffle, freeze.” Craig Trap Club has begun its new season of the Polar Bear League, a twice-weekly outdoor shooting program that runs through March.
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Government agendas for the week of Jan. 23
Bulldogs, Rams well-matched in Friday night dual; Soroco to compete at Paonia
The Dog Pound of Moffat County High School has seen its last wrestling mat rolled out for competition this season, but the last home event of the year was a memorable one, albeit quick. MCHS wrestlers hosted Soroco Friday for the Bulldogs’ final dual in front of a home crowd, Moffat County taking the win, 53-15.
Jerrad Carney, 31, was sentenced to 75 days in jail and a lengthy list of terms he must meet for four years in order to avoid earning himself the label of “convicted felon.”
"David Gelernter, fiercely anti-intellectual computer scientist, is being eyed for Trump's science adviser." — Washington Post, Jan. 18. Um. Well, huh.
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month
Are you aware of the different gynecological conditions women face? It’s important to know what certain symptoms might mean — whether it’s unexpected bleeding, PMS, heavy periods or a positive result on a human papillomavirus (HPV) lab test. Here are signs and symptoms of conditions to watch for and talk with your gynecologist about.
When dealing with dry skin in colder months, there are several ways to combat it.
I remember when calf #65 was born. According to the calving record book it was April 9, 2016. I wasn’t expecting my 20-year-old-plus cow, Ucky, to calve last year. I figured that she was too old. Wrong!
This week’s mincemeat recipes were contributed by Pat Pearce, of Craig. She found them in a recipe box belonging to Claudia Pearce, her mother-in-law. It is interesting to note that some of the old recipes use “mince meat,” two words rather than “mincemeat” that is used today.