Access to health care is set to become more convenient for mothers, babies and their doctors when remodeling at The Memorial Hospital at Craig is completed.
The annual banquet for Northwest Colorado Chapter of Mule Deer Foundation takes place Feb. 25 at Clarion Inn & Suites, 300 S. Colorado Highway 13. Doors open at 4 p.m. with dinner at 6:30 p.m. The night includes an auction with multiple hunting trips up for bid including a a turkey shoot and pheasant hunt, as well as many specialty firearms among other items. Tickets are $38 per person or $70 for a couple. Tickets are available at Craig Chamber of Commerce, Thunder Run Survival or Northwest Pawn.
The effectiveness of teachers and principals is the focus of a report released earlier this year from Colorado Department of Education that shows a regional rate above the state average.
A single-vehicle accident occurred at about 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon at the corner of Sixth Street and Washington Street in Craig. The incident involved an Oldsmobile Bravada driven by a male juvenile, which hit a utility pole near the Craig Pool Complex as a result of the driver not turning sharply enough.
The season has gone by fast for Moffat County High School hoops, and the time is now to see the Bulldog teams in action if you haven’t already. Friday marks the final regular season home game for MCHS boys and girls basketball, as they bring the Delta Panthers to the Dog House.
Moffat County High School bid good luck to its crew of varsity wrestlers Wednesday, as the group of athletes embarked on their journey to the 3A CHSAA State Championships. The tournament takes place from Thursday to Saturday at the Pepsi Center in Denver and will include the best of the best in the sport from schools ranging from 2A to 5A.
1:38 p.m. On East Seventh Street and Yampa Avenue, a young boy was seen walking past Tunies and Such carrying a silver suitcase and glancing behind him frequently...
Peewees, Bantams complete schedules, Midgets to finish this weekend; Squirts prep for playoffs
While some Craig Youth Hockey Association teams are done for good this season, others have their minds set on postseason goals and more still seek to come back strong for next year. CYHA’s 12 and younger Peewee and 18U Midget squads hosted home games Saturday and Sunday in the last league games for the Midget Moffat County Bulldogs and the last set of the season altogether for the Peewee Cougars.
Imagine finding the woman you want to marry only to lose her. That was the case for one Craig man and his grandfather — both had to wait for luck to bring them love.
4:41 p.m. At Ninth Street and Green Street, a woman reported seeing two teens screaming and throwing punches in a backyard...
Registration is now open for Moffat County Youth Wrestling’s season. The program is offered for boys and girls age 4 to 14 to learn and grow in the sport. Eligibility is based on a child’s age as of March 25, 2017, though 14-year-olds in high school do not qualify. Forms are available on the Moffat County Youth Wrestling Facebook page and will be accepted through Feb. 27. Official practices begin in March, with the junior team for ages\ 4 through 8 working Mondays and Wednesdays and senior team age 9 to 14 Tuesdays and Thursdays at Craig Middle School, 915 Yampa Ave. Meets will begin in April and will include a home event hosted by MCYW. Costs includes $40 for the program — with discounts for siblings — a $50 pre-registration tournament fee for the season — not including the MCYW home event, free to members — and a $50 refundable deposit for equipment. Parents are responsible for transportation to and from all tournaments.
Love shouldn’t hurt and this month the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are offering tools to prevent teen dating violence.
Additional substitute teachers, bus drivers and health aides needed at Moffat County School District
A shortage of qualified substitutes for teachers, bus drivers and classified staff at Moffat County School District is cause for concern.
A 61-year-old Wyoming man was reported overdue by his fiancé around 2 a.m. Monday morning when he hadn’t yet returned home from snowmobiling in the Bakers Peak area.
Cancer isn’t a part of most love stories, but when one Craig couple were confronted with the illness they didn’t let it stop them from dancing.