Did you know that you can have the best knowledge and most experience about business and still fail because you don’t have the right mindset? It’s true! There are countless books and articles that address this very concept. Check out the study by Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck regarding the “growth mindset.” Fascinating!
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With the Thanksgiving leftovers in the fridge, people across the nation now have their sights set on the next big holiday season. Plenty of Christmas activities are in store for Craig and Moffat County, and here’s a guide to the Holiday Happenings for the next week.
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Union Wireless services went down sometime early Friday morning. There is no estimated time for when the problem might be fixed.
The Kitchen Shop in downtown Craig will close at the end of the year, as owners Nadine and Mike Daszkiewicz are ready to retire. “Business has changed since the election,” Nadine said. “Business is better. People are not fearful that Craig is going to dry up and blow away so this is a good time to retire.”
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Following events of the 2016 election, there may have been some people who were a bit crabby, but that term took on a more literal and more fun meaning Saturday night. Craig Chamber of Commerce packed the house of the Boys & Girls of Craig with one the community’s annual favorite gatherings, Crabfest.
If you’ve served in the military, Friday is a day for you to be honored, but veterans and civilians alike can find something to do this weekend in Northwest Colorado.
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As we enter another beautiful Colorado winter, I am focused on the positive movement our community leaders are making and am ready to hunker down and work. I’d like to share with you some of the encouraging progress happening right now.
Since the finalized version was first announced in August, 2015, a lot has gone on with President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan.
Have you ever walked outside on one of the many windy days and wondered why Craig doesn’t have a site for wind energy production?
For a limited time only, Craig residents can get a lower price on some big-time tickets, and if you miss it, you might be feeling crabby. Craig Chamber of Commerce Crabfest will feature a ticket discount through Friday, going at a price of $50 per ticket. The cost will go up to $60 after Friday.