This celestial scorpion scurries across our southern sky on summer evenings, so this month is prime time for scorpion hunting.
National Park Service, Moffat County Sheriff's Office working to locate missing rafter near Dinosaur National Monument
Search and rescue staff from the National Park Service, Moffat County Sheriff's Office and a commercial outfitter are responding to a report of a missing rafter at Disaster Falls on the Green River in Dinosaur National Monument.
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Since mid-April, Colorado Parks and Wildlife Aquatic Biologist Cory Noble and a crew of seasonal fishery technicians have been electroshock fishing for non-native fish in the Yampa River.
Little Rascals Pond is stocked up and ready for summer fishing.
Pink apparel provides hunters same safety of orange, encourages women to hunt
Earlier this year, a law was passed allowing hunters to choose between traditional blaze orange or hot pink.
Yampa Valley Trail Riders will host the third annual Spring Fever Fun Day May 14 at Sand Wash Basin. Those attending can meet at the Sand Wash corrals with camping available throughout that Friday and Saturday. To get to the corrals, drive west on US Highway 40 turn onto Colorado Highway 40 and then onto Moffat County Road 67. Registration begins at 8 a.m. with an educational tour starting at 9:15 a.m.
Last defendant in Utah and Colorado poaching operation pleads guilty
The last of six defendants in a poaching scheme that involved maiming mountain lions and transporting them across state lines pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court on April 6.
This week, I am on the Big Island of Hawaii with 19 other members of the SKY Club, the student astronomy club at Colorado Mountain College.
Craig Christian Church, 960 W. Victory Way, will host a screening of the faith-based sports film “Woodlawn” at 7 p.m. Friday. The movie is a true story about high school football players fighting segregation in the South in the 1970s, including eventual NFL star Tony Nathan. The church welcomes donations for an upcoming mission trip.
March Madness is heating up as the 2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament commences this week, and hoops fans can take part in the activity. The Craig Daily Press is bringing back the Battle of the Brackets, a free online contest where sports fans can pick each team in the running, starting with the Round of 64, as well as separate selections once the tourney gets down to the Sweet 16 and Final Four.
The Moffat County High School boys swimming team placed fifth at the Friday Grand Junction Relays Friday at El Pomar Natatorium.
The Yampa Valley Chapter of Safari Club International will host its eighth annual fundraiser banquet March 19 at Clarion Inn & Suites, 300 S. Colorado Highway 13. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. as cocktails are served, followed by dinner at 7 p.m. and an auction to follow.
The Moffat County High School girls golf was the first of the spring sports squads to begin its schedule, traveling to Palisade’s Chipeta Golf Course Monday.
Bear River Young Life and Grand Futures Prevention Coalition will host an indoor soccer tournament as part of the Fifth Quarter program following the Moffat County High School girls basketball playoff game against Eagle Ridge Academy Friday night. The event takes place in the MCHS gym, 900 Finley Lane, and is open to middle school and high school students with a cost of $1 per person or $5 per co-ed team.