Moffat County United Way announced Tuesday that it has received a $50,000 Daniels Fund grant to support its Bridges Out of Poverty Program.
There’s no reason to avoid fat this Thanksgiving, but knowing which fats to cook with and which to leave out can make a world of difference for the healthfulness of your feast.
Shopping promotion aims to boost local economies
Residents of Craig are encouraged to join in the movement of Small Business Saturday, an effort to promote locally owned businesses amid the biggest sales weekend of all.
Moffat County Jail report for Nov. 25
Moffat County Commissioners meeting recap for Nov. 25
After the marijuana referendum didn’t pass on Moffat County’s Nov. 4 ballot, many area residents were left wondering if it is legal to grow any marijuana in Moffat County.
The Craig Daily Press will host its next Coffee and a Newspaper from 7 to 7:50 a.m. Dec. 3 at The Memorial Hospital. The topic will be about shopping local for all your holiday needs.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
Business news from around Craig, Moffat County and Colorado.
Craig Parks & Recreation’s youth basketball games for third- through fifth-graders will take place Monday and Tuesday this week at the normal times at Sunset and Sandrock Elementary Schools, but Wednesday and Thursday games will not take place due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
The last Craig City Council meeting adjourned without a decision on funding for economic development. City manager Jim Ferree said the decision will be made at the upcoming city council meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 25.
Traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday this year could be either a burden or a blessing depending on which day you hit the road. Where you’re going might have something to do with it, too, and sometimes home is the place to be.
Authorities from Craig Fire/Rescue and the Moffat County Sheriff’s Office responded to a structure fire in Moffat County early Saturday morning.
When there’s a nip in the air but not very much snow remaining on the ground during the day in Northwest Colorado, it can only mean it’s time for craft season. Saturday activities were plentiful around Craig for those wanting to get some unique items for the holidays.
Nicholas Crookston doesn’t look like he’s sick. The enthusiastic 11-year-old plays baseball and loves science experiments, history and camping.