Craig Station celebrated more than 1 million hours without a lost-workday injury at a barbecue and presentation Tuesday. The plant was recognized for the achievement with a plaque, presented by Barry Ingold, senior vice president of Tri-State Generation and Transmission. The employees also took time off to celebrate with a barbecue lunch.
Two candidates vying for position
Moffat County School District will be interviewing two candidates Wednesday for the position of Craig Middle School principal.
A team of 33 cyclists zipped through Craig on Monday on their trek across the country to raise money and help build affordable housing. They are part of the organization called Bike and Build, which supports affordable housing projects like Habitat for Humanity.
The Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees took action at its regular monthly meeting Thursday.
The Moffat County Road Department will be temporarily closing the bridge north of Maybell on Moffat County Road 19 at noon on Monday.
The annual tournament hosted by Yampa Valley Ladies Golf Association saw 65 women hailing from around town, Colorado or from even farther away converge on Yampa Valley Golf Course for 36 holes, two days and a lot of fun.
The Colorado Veterans of Foreign Wars members chose Craig to host their statewide conference this weekend, and Craig Rotary welcomed them to town by placing American flags halfway down Victory Way.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
Tri-State Generation and Transmission’s Craig Station is celebrating more than one million hours without a lost-workday injury at a company event on Tuesday.
The Dirty Dawg Dash and Dig brought messy and muddy fun to Loudy-Simpson Park Saturday morning where 45 participants ran through a 5k obstacle of water and muck.
Safety in the water is a priority for all ages, though there are different considerations for children and adults as well as the different kinds of circumstances.
The Yampa Valley will be treated to an impressive visual reminder of human-caused wildfire prevention this weekend when the Smokey Bear Balloon takes part in the 33rd Annual Hot Air Balloon Rodeo, according to a press release.
The government update for July 11.
According to The Memorial Hospital the TMH Board of Trustees announced at the July 10, 2014 board meeting that they are considering John Rossfeld for the permanent CEO position. Rossfeld is currently TMH’s interim CEO.
One person was involved in a rollover accident on the 2100 block of Yampa Avenue Friday afternoon.