From left, Trevor Christiansen, 10, Faith Christiansen, 16, and James Christiansen, 12, ride the bus two hours each way to school and back each day. A four-hour commute is something the siblings said they have become accustomed to wouldn't trade in favor of home-school.
Craig resident David Foster submitted this photo of local law enforcement conducting a search of the residence at 1194 Sequoia Ave. While investigating a shoplifting charge against Craig resident Kenneth Layton Arnett, Craig Police officers found evidence of a possible methamphetamine lab. After searching the property, investigators said they do not believe the house was being used as an active meth lab, but that Arnett intended to use it as such. Arnett is currently in custody and faces two charges related to the intent to produce methamphetamine.
Renata Beason stands inside her business, the Embroidery Shoppe on Yampa, holding the calendar that features her winning quilt in the Fairfield American Spirit Batting competition. One of eleven first place winners nationwide, Beason has been overwhelmed with the response she's received for her quilt, "The Majestic Seven."
Dan Johnson drives Buddy and Dez down the trail Saturday at Wyman Museum. Johnson brought his horses out to provide sleigh rides during the sixth annual Wyman’s Christmas for Kids.