From the gleam of the golden dome to the floor of the House of Representatives, nine Craig fifth-graders visit to the Colorado State Capitol this month put them face to face with their local representatives as part of the Liberty Day Institute.
A Craig victim’s advocacy organization is hopeful a new executive director will lead the struggling non-profit to new strengths.
12:46 p.m. On the 800 block of Legion Street, officers responded to a report of possible domestic violence. A male party said his girlfriend was threatening physical abuse because he took the remote from her...
Springtime weather appears to be arriving early to the Yampa Valley, but one spring tradition is right on time for local businesses and hotels: the Craig Station spring outage.
Last week, members of the House Transportation Committee voted yes on transportation funding bill HB17-1242, which would increase state sales tax from 2.9 percent to 3.52 percent, raising an average $702 million per year.
Government meeting agendas for the week of March 27
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
In a Saturday presentation to the historical group Preserving the Last Frontier, Jim Neton detailed some of the heroes who gave their lives in the defense of the United States, namely those from Craig and Moffat County killed in action in World War II.
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.