“Nothing Daunted: The Unexpected Education of Two Society Girls in the West,” written by Dorothy Wickenden, is a nonfiction book, but it reads like a novel.
We just celebrated Father’s Day, and I was glad to hear so many people offer congratulations for being a dad.
Moffat County Commissioner Chuck Grobe is headed to Washington, D.C. on Wednesday to testify on behalf of the county’s oil and gas industry and job creation.
The stately old Luttrell Barn has fallen into disrepair, and the county must decide if the beloved building is worth saving.
The Moffat County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Craig resident Deana Miller, 24, who family and friends say hasn’t been seen since late last week.
The Memorial Hospital looks toward the future as Chris Smolik takes the reins as the new, permanent CEO.
I’m so thankful that kids are so resilient.
A large group of Craig residents made their way out to Wyman’s Living History Museum on Saturday to pick up some tricks of the trade when it comes to outdoor recreation.
The coming week in sports in Craig.
Cars of every make and model and every color of the rainbow lined Yampa Avenue on Saturday afternoon during the Bear River Young Life and Colorado Cruisers Car and Motorcycle Show. Spectators got the chance to see a wide variety of vehicular craftsmanship brought in from people all over the country while raising funds throughout the day for Young Life.
Cracker packed the Loudy-Simpson Park on Saturday in a rocking send-off to this year's Whittle the Wood Rendezvous.
After more than three days of carving in the sun and heat at Loudy-Simpson Park, one artist’s work among 11 stood out Saturday at the finale of the 14th annual Whittle the Wood Rendezvous.
The main wood carving competition is the reason artists come to Craig for the Whittle the Wood Rendezvous and what attracts community members out to Loudy-Simpson Park during the week leading up to the Saturday festival. But when it comes to a higher-octane form of artsy entertainment, the Quick Carve can’t be beat.
On June 8, the Moffat County Sheriff’s Office’s 26th annual High School Scholarship Golf Tournament was held and all had a great time.
Guys: If you make it to 100, you will be surrounded by women.