For more than two years, one woman has been caring for the children of Craig with open arms and an open heart.
U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., toured Craig Station on Wednesday as part of his energy outreach program, which highlights the multiple areas in which Colorado's diverse energy portfolio is leading the country in innovation and energy independence.
The Kinder Family Clinic is reaching out to more patients with the addition of Lauri Morgan, FNP, and the opening of Kinder Family at Baggs.
It's going to be a hot, dry Fourth of July — and the rest of the summer, too.
On July 19, Moffat County residents will gather to celebrate some of the strongest people you will ever meet.
Lorrae Moon is the proud, admittedly over-protective mother of three boys, but she has oodles of other kids. Bus-loads of them, in fact.
Dave Higgins is Moffat County's best nurse for the third year in a row, but that doesn't mean the designation has gone to his head.
Cyclists from across the country have banded together to undertake the Journey of Hope, bringing their message of understanding to the Boys and Girls Club of Craig on Thursday.
The Moffat County School District's activities bus has served the district well since 2001, but age has caught up with the 10-year-old transport, and the Board of Education voted Thursday to retire the old rig and replace it with a new, first-class set of wheels.
Drivers slowed and pedestrians pulled out cameras as Steve Wescott and LeeRoy Brown strolled down the street. It might not sound that odd, but bear in mind — LeeRoy Brown is a goat.
Moffat County High School alumnus Skylar Tripp prepares to take her rising star to Kansas as a member of the Hesston College Larks women's soccer team in Hesston, Kan.
After almost a week of dauntless courage battling the numerous wildfires that afflicted Northwest Colorado, firefighters have gained the high-ground.
Strong winds and high temperatures continue to thwart firefighters as they attempt to control several large wildfires in Northwest Colorado.
The Rotary Club of Craig wants to make sure that young, single parents can still pursue the education and the future they want.
Moffat County Commissioner Tom Mathers wants a new amphitheater built at Loudy-Simpson Park.
The Disappointment fire that ignited Tuesday has been contained, but the area is still in flames.
A new wildfire has grown to 850 acres in the southwest corner of Rio Blanco County.
Crews are battling the Disappointment Fire near Elk Springs.
The stately old Luttrell Barn has fallen into disrepair, and the county must decide if the beloved building is worth saving.
The Memorial Hospital looks toward the future as Chris Smolik takes the reins as the new, permanent CEO.
Cracker packed the Loudy-Simpson Park on Saturday in a rocking send-off to this year's Whittle the Wood Rendezvous.
The Moffat County Board of Commissioners sent a strongly worded letter to the director of the Bureau of Land Management on May 28 deriding the proposed oil shale regulation amendments for inaccurate descriptions of oil shale development, failure to consider the economic impact of the proposed regulations and failure to abide by the 2005 Energy Policy Act.
Craig still relies on the railroad, but on Tuesday evening it was commemorated for its role in the history of the iron horse.
EAGLE-Net representatives visited Moffat County Tuesday for the first time in five months, highlighting the procedures and problems that the broadband-internet alliance is currently facing.
If you don't think a horse can be a therapist, you just haven't heard about Freedom Hooves yet.
Results are in from Saturday's Sheriff's Scramble Golf Tournament.
Clyde the Elk has some big hoof-prints to fill, but Junior is up to the task.
Senate 252 is now a law. That does't mean the citizens of Moffat County are happy about it. Sponsored by Democrat Senate President John Morse and House Speaker Mark Ferrandino, the bill requires rural electric co-ops throughout the state to get 20 percent of their energy from renewable sources by 2020. That represents a 100 percent increase over the previously required 10 percent.
Craig Fire and Rescue responded to a roof fire Wednesday morning at 439 Breeze St.
It doesn't look like much now, but by the end of summer teams of volunteers with the Moffat County Fuller Center for Housing will turn a vacant lot into a handicap-accessible two-family home.
Love INC: It's not a handout, it's a hand up. A local charity organized by Craig church groups helps those in need.
TMH celebrated National Cancer Survivors Day for the first time as it continues to expand its oncology clinic.
The staff at Memorial Hospital want to keep people happy and healthy, and so do leaders of Moffat County. The problem is that they each have different ideas about how that should be done.
The Craig pool is open, but this early in the season it's easier to get chills than chill out. Even so, there are people around town who won't let a little thing like the weather ruin their time.
It's the end of an era for Rehabilitation Services of Craig, but not the end of the road for Valerie and Jeff Pleasant.
It was supposed to connect our schools to a high-speed digital world and bring affordable internet to rural Colorado. It was supposed to be complete by this summer. Now EAGLENet Alliance is at a crossroads and many people are wondering "where did the network go?"
Two lines of cap and gown-clad members of MCHS’s Class of 2013 stood waiting to enter the gymnasium and mark the end of their 12-year journey of public school education. As the processional began, the students were silent and somewhat somber as they began their walks, two by two, down the center aisle in the gym to seats they would leave as high school students and return to as graduates.