Colorado State Patrol is investigating a single-vehicle crash that occurred Wednesday afternoon north of Craig and alcohol is suspected to be a contributing factor.
Candidates for the Board of Moffat County Commissioners answered questions on how they would serve the community at a public forum on Wednesday evening.
CNCC Kid’s Theatre will perform an original play about Shakespeare Friday before the homecoming game
The first performance for the new Colorado Northwestern Community Collage Kid’s Theatre Group will be held 6 p.m. on Friday at Craig Middle School providing the community with a fun-filled activity between the parade and pep-rally and that evening’s high school football game.
49ers win 3rd-, 4th-grade division; 5th-, 6th-graders finish next week
The Super Bowl is months away for the NFL, but for the players of Doak Walker tackle football, October is the big game. The third- and fourth-grade division of the Craig Parks & Recreation pigskin program crowned its champion Wednesday, as the Country Living Realty 49ers completed a spotless season to win the year, 24-21, against the Coldwell Banker Dolphins.
For the majority of the fall, the ladies of Moffat County High School are relegated to the grandstands of the Bulldog Proving Grounds, but Wednesday night the easygoing gals of MCHS got their game faces on for the gridiron. Homecoming Week’s annual Powder Puff Football tournament brought in five teams of tough talent for a high-energy evening with BFB (Bulldog Football), Tuff Enuff, Deep Threats, Los Matadoras and Night Hawks.
A fatal auto accident occurred Wednesday morning in Rio Blanco County.
A unique event Saturday will allow residents to visit with the dead at the Hayden Cemetery.
The Northwest Colorado Rural Philanthropy Days Marketing Committee learned on Tuesday that it was successful in a bid to bring hundreds of non-profit leaders to Craig for the 2017 Rural Philanthropy Days conference that will occur Sept. 27 to 29. The local economy will receive a boost from hundreds of visitors during the event and it will help area non-profits develop relationships as well as compete for grant dollars offered by funders attending the event.
A Steamboat Springs man is being held on a $20,000 bond after being charged with two counts of drug distribution.
Prosecutors say 27-year-old Gustavo Olivo-Tellez, the defendant in a homicide Friday south of Glenwood Springs, planned the crime for several days before killing his ex.
A trophy-quality bull elk that was left to rot north west of Rangely has caught the attention of Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
Some Steamboat Springs City Council members are supportive of increasing the number of businesses allowed to sell marijuana for recreational use.
Bulldog football takes losses in Rifle to finish season
Craig Middle School fall sports are officially finished, with Bulldog volleyball and football finding some varied results in the their last weekend on the road. Of the four CMS volleyball teams, two came home from Meeker’s Saturday district tournament with a championship, seventh-grade A-Team and eighth-grade B-Team each taking the top honor of the tourney.
Moffat County voters have an opportunity to get informed before casting their ballots.
I saddled Cactus and took off at a trot. We got about 25 yards and the horses at the corral started whinnying. Cactus started throwing her head, fighting the bit and turning back toward the corrals.
First of all, a note to fans of Craig Johnson’s Longmire books: his new book, “An Obvious Fact,” came out in September 2016. I haven’t taken time to browse the book displays in local stores to see if the book is there, but you can order it from Downtown Books, which is what my husband Lyle did (since he owns all of Johnson’s books). It costs about $30 in hardcover, including postage.
How do you defend the indefensible? Someone asked me that after the now infamous “hot mic” remarks made by Donald Trump. My answer is pretty simple: I don’t, I won’t and never will. But then I asked how they define indefensible, and down the rabbit hole we went! What makes something truly indefensible is a conversation America needs to have with itself. I don’t live in Donald Trump’s world, nor do I have access to his intent but I do know that what he said was demeaning to women and objectified the fairer sex.
Roaches, rodents and raw sewage are probably the last thing anyone would want to discover at one of their local eateries.
Community rumors about parade restrictions deemed false by officials
Moffat County School officials addressed rumors that this year’s Moffat County High School Homecoming parade would be cancelled or that parade floats would be banned. There will be a parade including parade floats. Float building will commence the morning of the parade with the parade beginning at 1 p.m. Friday.
Uranus. There, I said it. Well, giggles or not, I am writing today to inform you that now is the prime time to see Uranus up in the sky.