Bad Dogs Classic has huge turnout Saturday; middle school team qualifies 14 for state
All along the Western Slope, Craig and Moffat County athletes were busy doing amazing things Saturday, not only experiencing victory but also giving back to a former wrestling great.
The season began slowly for Moffat County High School track and field, but once athletes return from Spring Break, they’ll be kicking into high gear. As MCHS track moves into full competition, Bulldog runners, hurdlers, jumpers and throwers are prepped to amp up the speed and build up their distances to make a well-rounded year, which follows one of the best ever for the program.
Social Services is making a break from stigmas of the past with a switch to a more family-friendly approach for Moffat County families.
For a quarter-century, one Craig woman has played a vital role in helping people across the world to see.
Preserving The Last Frontier will meet at 1:30 p.m. today on the second floor of Sunset Meadows I, 663 Ledford St.
5:27 p.m. Officers responded to report of a runaway juvenile male, who turned up at McDonald’s in a rain storm. He requested to call the police. The crisis team did an intervention between him and his mom at the Public Safety Center and he returned home.
Legion Fitness to host Highway 40 Throwdown this September
The intensity of a high-impact workout can be daunting for a single person, yet when it’s approached as a group effort the combined energy serves as a motivator to push past one’s comfort zone for the best body possible. Legion Fitness’s Wyoming/Colorado 2017 Fitness Competition saw 20 teams of Craig and Baggs, Wyoming workout warriors hit the gym hard for focused, often blister-inducing exercise and competition.
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Some of history’s most courageous people featured in projects developed by 47 Craig Middle School students who dominated in a regional history competition held March 4 at in Grand Junction.
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The Maybell Volunteer Fire Department has a new fire and rescue truck in their future after receiving approval from Moffat County Commissioners Tuesday. The purchase price is $89,600.
It’s too soon to fully understand the impact of proposed health care reforms on rural hospitals, however federal and state changes proposed to Medicaid reimbursement could be devastating to Memorial Regional Health.
The Craig Daily Press will host Coffee and a Newspaper at 7 a.m., Wednesday, April 5, at The Memorial Hospital.
Warm spring weather has seen area creeks, ponds, lakes and rivers thaw just in time for the beginning of this year’s fishing season.
The Flower Mine Gift Shop is for sale and owners and employees are looking forward to having the freedom to spend time with family and travel.