Quinoa and black bean salad.
Health briefs for Craig.
A meeting to discuss the Craig railroad depot is slated for 1 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19 at The Museum of Northwest Colorado.
Football, volleyball, cross country, boys soccer, boys golf embark on seasons
The Bulldogs are back in action this week. All systems are go for teenage athletes around the state, as Colorado High School Activities Association’s official start date commenced for fall sports, and Moffat County High School was no exception.
An American Eagle regional jet originating from Dallas again landed safely at Yampa Valley Regional Airport after declaring an emergency Thursday.
Two developers are proposing a second marijuana growing facility in Hayden.
The Chinese eatery has had its doors closed for uncertain number of weeks and no one seems to be sure what happened or if the restaurant is gone for good.
To listen to both his defenders and critics, Donald Trump represents the U.S. version of a new nationalism popping up around the world. I'm not so sure.
If you watched Donald Trump’s low-volume, slow-motion, NASCAR-on-yellow speech on foreign “policy,” you now understand the problem.
On the record for August 18.
The Moffat County High School boys golf team is already several competitions into its season. Forgoing a Monday event hosted by Grand Valley High School at Battlement Mesa, Bulldogs played Tuesday at EagleVail Golf Club in Avon for Battle Mountain’s tournament, posting a team score of 267. Mike Bingham shot 84 and Torin Reed 85, while Connor Etzler and Kasen Brennise each had a 98. On Wednesday, Eagle Valley’s event at Gypsum Creek Golf Course saw MCHS add up to 263, led by Bingham’s 80, followed by Reed’s 88, Etzler’s 95 and Brennise’s 102.
Craig's college impresses officials with its art, facilities and innovative programs
Colorado Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne traveled to Northwest Colorado Wednesday on her statewide tour of state facilities. It was her 95th day on the job as lieutenant governor.
This weekend in Northwest Colorado, there’s no excuse for not getting out and about and appreciating the landscape that makes the region what it is.
A great horned owl drew some attention Tuesday after it had to be rescued during the Routt County Fair.
The summer Movie in the Park series continues Thursday with a free screening of the Pixar film “Up” at Craig City Park. The movie starts at dusk, roughly 8 p.m., and all ages are welcome to set up to watch.
Members of the newly formed Moffat County Local Marketing District Board conducted their first meeting Tuesday evening.
If Tuesday night was any indication, a proposed study analyzing the impact of predators on declining mule deer populations on the Roan Plateau will face future headwinds in the court of public opinion.
Firefighters brought the 354-acre Happy Hollow Fire 23 miles northeast of Dinosaur to 75 percent containment on Tuesday, according to a press release from the Bureau of Land Management.
It’s just about time for the busy season that lasts about nine months and accounts for three-fourths of the year. It involves a huge investment by our community and always manages to bring with it a few bumps, dips and detours. Each of these seasons — my 18th here in Craig — produce their own particular memories and offer local residents a bevy of ammunition for both praise and critique.
“Falling: A Love Story,” this week’s featured novel is a love story but one with a twist. It is written by Jane Green, a former journalist of the U.K. and author of 18 novels — including this week’s, her newest — 16 of which have been New York Times bestsellers.