Slowly but surely, the Do It Downtown initiative is gaining momentum for the businesses of downtown Craig. Running from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday afternoons, the weekly event is an opportunity for Craig residents to get out and about, patronize locally owned stores and engage in a variety of activities.
The Northwest Colorado Technology Planning Team of Routt, Moffat and Rio Blanco counties met Wednesday afternoon to discuss the status of the broadband.
A new, state-of-the-art Kum & Go truck stop is slated to be built at the east entrance of Craig near the Moffat County Fairgrounds, and city officials are boasting that it will be the largest of its kind in the area.
Whether it’s fishing, floating or swimming, the Yampa River is a go-to spot for recreation in the late spring and summer, but you need to bring your own gear in order to have fun. Not anymore. Craig residents and those visiting the city now have the ability to float or kayak on the river without their own supplies.
The area’s biggest economic players took a hit this week, as President Barack Obama announced Tuesday his climate change initiative to reduce carbon emissions from the nation’s fleet of coal-powered electrical generation plants.
Beaver Valley Ranch has been managed as a low-key guest and hunting ranch with limited accommodations, according to company literature.
When you walk into Cornerstone Realty in Craig, it’s as if a bright light shines down upon you.
A new tattoo shop is trying to make its mark on Craig, inking locals with a variety of art unique to each customer’s taste. Wolf Tattoo opened on March 26, in a 1,600-square-foot retail space along Victory Way.
The gymnastics scene in Craig is stepping up its game, with a new facility and new coaches. Rising Star Youth Training Center had its grand opening Monday at 538 Pershing St., next to the post office,
Love INC: It's not a handout, it's a hand up. A local charity organized by Craig church groups helps those in need.
Local resident opens longarm shop in Craig
Quilting is a way of life for Craig resident Linda Pinnt. It’s a passion she said she got from her mother, who left Pinnt a collection of quilting supplies, including a longarm machine, when she died.
The committee that reports to Steamboat Springs City Council on the airline contracts that secure the majority of Steamboat’s and Routt County’s air service received good news Friday — the past winter’s ski season jet flights weren’t nearly as expensive as once feared. But challenges remain.
Sand Springs Archery expands shop, product line
Archery bows are a lot like automobiles: they all have their defining characteristics that can breed lifelong customers. Allen Jenkins, 58, owner of Sand Springs Archery, said although archery shooters all have their unique preferences there is one product line that stands out as the Cadillac among Moffat County bow hunters, the Hoyt.
The Hayden Town Council voted, 4-0, in favor of the economic incentive package application during its Thursday meeting.
A bigger Four Points restaurant isn't the only new attraction in the works at Steamboat Ski Area. The resort also is looking into the possibility of illuminating some of its lower-mountain terrain to offer night skiing.