Stephanie Jeffcoat is seeing fewer dead animals on Colorado Highway 13 since a nighttime speed limit reduction was imposed on the road this spring.
Tempers flared in Moffat County District Court on Wednesday after a judge ordered an area lawyer to pay wages to a former employee.
The risks underage drinkers face are great and could include death, said organizers who support anti-drinking initiatives for minors.
Tinted windows target of police effort
Craig police officers want to see through vehicles' windows and increase pedestrian safety, so they will soon be enforcing a state law that restricts heavily tinted windows.
A civil case is heading to trial that charges the Moffat County Sheriff's Office failed to protect an inmate who was assaulted by another inmate while both were in custody at the jail.
The sale of a county building will be a park-and-ride station and someday home to a bus depot for regional commuters, according to a vote in Moffat County chambers on Tuesday.
A Craig woman will spend two years in a community work-release program serving concurrent sentences for theft, according to terms of a plea agreement accepted Tuesday in District Court.
A solid waste treatment operator will have to pay $6,480 in penalties to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment for failure to adhere to regulations required of the facility, Chief District Judge Michael O'Hara ruled in Moffat Court on Monday.
Craig Liljedahl thinks law enforcement is trying to use charges against him as an example over more nefarious criminals.
A Craig man with a growing list of charges including escaping from the Moffat County Jail's work release program wrapped up his cases with a plea agreement in Moffat County Court on Monday.