Thanks to some local kids, mature aspen, cottonwood and dogwood trees should be flourishing in a couple decades at Dry Creek Park in Hayden.
In regards to the front page picture and article depicting the driver in the deadly car accident ...
Colorado Northwestern Community College and the Craig Daily Press will launch a new special edition to the newspaper Saturday called The Learning Chronicles. The section will highlight news in the higher education world, including helpful tips, college news, college loans, CNCC programs and more.
City Council met Tuesday night at City Hall in Craig.
A variety of animals including, mule deer, elk and even a bear are visible in all stages of decay in a gully near Cedar Mountain.
The Moffat County High School track and field teams will attend the 3A State Championships Thursday through Saturday at Jefferson County Stadium. The Bulldogs have qualified in 19 total events. Boys will compete in the 200-meter dash, long jump, triple jump and the relay races of 4x200, 4x400 and 4x800. Girls will compete in the 100 and 200 dash; 100 and 300 hurdles; 800, 1,600 and 3,200 runs; long jump; discus; and 4x100, 4x200, 4x400 and 4x800 relays.
Tuesday morning, Logan Otis, 20, appeared before Moffat County Combined Court Judge Sandra Gardner.
Moffat County Commission recap
There will be a lot of action happening at the Moffat County Fairgrounds in the next few days. The Yampa River Ranch Rodeo will kick off this weekend, with Friday and Saturday jam-packed with cowboy activities.
Graduation season is upon us and people want to know what to tell those who are preparing to go off to college, find a job or experience a little rest and relaxation. After the flurry of fist bumps, endless hugs, countless celebrations and a few speeches; graduates will be left, just as we were, to figure out how their years of education can pay dividends.
This week’s book is written for teen readers (juvenile/young adult), but older readers will enjoy reading it, too. I liked it a lot! It’s an inspirational book and a true story. “I Will Always Write Back: How One Letter Changed Two Lives” was written by Caitlin Alifirenka and Martin Ganda with Liz Welch (who helped Caitlin and Martin tell their story). The book is published by Little, Brown and Company, 2015.
Colorado Division of Wildlife officers chose to euthanize a problem bear that was caught in a trap Monday night in Steamboat Springs.
Craig Middle School students’ physical education experience is about to get high-tech.
AAA Colorado projects 632,000 Coloradans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Memorial Day holiday weekend, a 5 percent increase from last year and the highest travel volume for the holiday in 10 years, according to a news release.
The 2015 session was more contentious than expected but still very rewarding for me. It was an honor to serve you for another session but, of course, Joyce and I are happy to be home.
On Friday, a federal judge sided with WildEarth Guardians on their claim that the Office of Surface Mining did not comply with federal law when it approved mining plans for Colowyo and Trapper mines.
Business news from across Northwest Colorado.
A couple weekends ago, the weather was perfect for a drive, so my daughter and I went to Meeker. I wanted to check out the Wallbridge Memorial Wing at Pioneer Medical Center and have a look at the new facility being built. We had a nice tour of the existing nursing home and while there I found out that an old friend of mine was a resident there.
My flag. She brings me pride every time I see her. She makes me emotional when I sing our national anthem to her as I stand in reverence with my right hand over my heart. You see, my flag, she is sacred. She demands respect just by being.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.