Miners and community members gathered in the Kmart parking lot early Tuesday morning to board a fleet of buses to Denver to rally in support of coal.
The Craig Daily Press will host its next Coffee and a Newspaper at 7 a.m. Aug. 6 at The Memorial Hospital’s Mountain Café. Daily Press General Manager Renee Campbell and Managing Editor Noelle Leavitt Riley will discuss the state of Moffat County School District as it pertains to the recent hazing allegations, the district’s change in administrative staff and its budget.
Local artists will host a new pop-up gallery this week in downtown Craig, briefly taking over the premises of 518 Yampa Ave. from Thursday through Saturday.
Event includes many family activities
The fifth annual Moffat County Hot Air Balloon Festival kicks off early Friday morning at Loudy-Simpson Park as balloon enthusiasts take to the skies.
Yampa Valley Medical Center announced Monday that it will rebrand and lease Kinder Family Clinic, a deal that Dr. Pamela Kinder has been working on for months.
A number of Moffat County residents are headed to Denver on Tuesday to attend the Environmental Protection Agency hearings its proposed Clean Power Energy Plan that targets the coal industry and coal-fired power plants.
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Winnings include $10,000 top prize
Mary Pat Ettinger and Israel Holloway were recently accepted into Art Steamboat, a contest that's part of the Steamboat All Arts Festival in mid-August.
If your pet is afraid of thunder, don’t expect the coming days to be easy for either of you. The National Weather Service predicts a good chance of storming for much of the early week.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
The LOVEMI Thrift Way Fashion Show took place this weekend, with the No Float Showboat located behind The OP Bar and Grill serving as a runway as people of all ages displayed a variety of unique wardrobes.
Alkali Fire containment stands at 90 percent
Responders currently are handling a 300-acre fire in Moffat County southwest of Elk Springs.
Lou Dean will be at Museum of Northwest Colorado in Craig at 1 p.m. Saturday to talk about her latest book, “On My Ass: Riding the Midlife Crisis Trail.”
The nearly 20,700 acre Alkali Fire in Moffat County has been 75% contained as of Friday evening with no real perimeter growth, according to Lynn Barclay with the Bureau of Land Management. A reduced firefighter crew continued to build containment lines and extinguish hot spots Friday.