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Business Buzz: Job Fair saw increase in attendance

Business news across Northwest Colorado.

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Business Buzz: Legion Fitness growing into new location

Business news across Moffat County.

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Craig wins bid to host next year’s Rural Philanthropy Days

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.

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Craig woman optimistic five weeks after having leg amputated

Complications from childhood osteosarcoma motivated Wooten to have leg removed to provide a better quality of life

The chronic physical pain, persistent infections and regular surgeries that she has borne for the last 17 years have ended for Amanda Wooten who is back in Craig and healing well after her left leg was amputated five weeks ago. “It’s the end of the pain and I am able to see the light at the end of the tunnel,” said Wooten. “There is so much out there ahead of me.”

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Business Buzz: Local shops offer breast cancer awareness products

Business news across Moffat County.

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Business Buzz: Craig residents asked to take broadband survey

Business news across Northwest Colorado.

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Moffat County real estate transactions for July

Real estate transactions from across Moffat County.

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Business Buzz: Drivers education school opens this week

Business news across Moffat County.

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Business Buzz: Locals Love You More businesses sought

Business news across Craig and Moffat County.

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Kmart in Craig set to close Dec. 11

Sears Holdings, the company that owns Sears and Kmart announced the closure of 60 stores system-wide including the Kmart in Craig, according to store manager David Ross.

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Business Buzz: The Galaxy reopens downtown

Business news across Craig.

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Community ranks four possible new locations for Craig depot

Union Pacific gives the community about a year to find a new home for the historic Craig train depot

Saving the Craig train depot will require between $100,000 and $1 million dollars, and a move from its historic location at the south end of Yampa Avenue, as participants at two recent community meetings learned. The depot was built in 1917. It was scheduled for demolition this year according to Sara Thompson Cassidy, director of public affairs for owner, Union Pacific. As a result of its current location between two operating tracks, the depot must be moved, if it is to be saved.

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Moffat County real estate transactions for June

Real estate transactions from across Moffat County.

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Business Buzz: The Find in Hayden has a new owner

Business news across the Yampa Valley.

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Community on the hunt for Pokémon in Craig Chamber contest

Game runs through September at local businesses, on social media

Dozens of unusual creatures are on the loose in Northwest Colorado, hiding out in local businesses, and to the people most dedicated to finding as many as they can will be a big prize. Craig Chamber of Commerce recently launched “Pokémon GO MoCo,” a contest based on the “Pokémon” franchise that over the past two decades has included trading cards, video games, TV shows, movies and most recently, the “Pokémon GO” mobile application.