The new secondhand store in town, The Warehouse, 124 W. Victory Way, is encouraging customers to bring in canned foods and other nonperishable items as part of its collection for the Inter-Faith Food Bank of Craig.
The home of Tracey and Steve Lathrop was engulfed in flames Saturday morning. Nobody was injured, but the mobile home was destroyed.
On Tuesday, Coloradans will come together again to raise millions of dollars for nonprofits. Presented by Community First Foundation and FirstBank, Colorado Gives Day is a 24-hour period to “give where you live” by making online donations to the hundreds of charities featured on Community First Foundation’s online giving resource, www.coloradogives.org.
The Flint Personnel manager has been giving back to the community for several years with the family business.
Jack Frost’s time in Northwest Colorado may not be over yet, but the chill of the season should be a little less extreme for the coming week.
Sage grouse numbers have declined slowly in recent years, prompting conservation groups to have the federal government consider the bird for the endangered species list. If that happens, it could have negative economic impacts on Colorado and Moffat County.
The Craig Daily Press Hunter Photo Contest has ended, but the newspaper needs your help judging the photos. Go to the Craig Daily Press’ Facebook page to view the photos. The photo with the most likes by Dec. 20 will win the contest and receive a $250 gift card to Murdoch’s. For more information, call 970-875-1790 or 970-875-1788.
Gas prices in Craig.
Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck is campaigning for a U.S. Senate seat, and made a visit to Craig Friday afternoon. It was an opportunity for voters to get to know Buck and see his stance on national issues that could affect Northwest Colorado. Buck will be challenging Sen. Mark Udall (D-Colo.) in the 2015 election. He was direct about his feelings on his opponent.
Craig Middle School participated in the Patriot's Pen essay contest through Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Keeping tabs on the state of your heart may involve a lot of work, but the effort is well worth it.
The daily cops roundup and jail report.
Here’s another reason to stay active as we age: it keeps our bones strong. Just a little bit of weight bearing exercise each day can make the difference between breaking bones and landing in a hospital or nursing home, or staying independent and healthy at home.
Christmas lights are a source of delight for all ages from toddlers to retirees. Every fall, in fine American tradition, Craig adults of all ages can be seen struggling in front yards with tangled strings of lights and awkward holiday decorative accessories in an attempt to bring holiday cheer to their neighborhoods.
On Wednesday, my husband Shawn and I took our first Northwest Colorado flower delivery to Sandrock Ridge Care & Rehab in Craig. Over the years, each delivery has been very different. Some are more difficult than others, and our visit to Sandrock was extremely emotional and tough for a number of reasons.