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From Parral to Craig

Many of the Mexicans living in Craig come from town in Chihuahua

There are similarities between Parral, Mexico, and Craig, Colo. Nestled on the eastern slope of the Sierra Madre mountain range in the Mexican state of Chihuahua, Parral is a historic mining town that serves as a center of commerce for cattle ranches that dot the parched countryside.

Andy Smith: Thanks for memories, Craig

I'm leaving Craig tomorrow. By Saturday night, I'll have loaded up a moving van, and my wife, Laura, and our two boys will be preparing to drive to our new home in Loma, which is a small community just west of Grand Junction.

Learning experience

Freshman golfer Meghan Innes talks about first trip to state

After the first round of the 4A state girls golf tournament, Moffat County High School's Meghan Innes was 31 strokes behind front-runner Ashley Tait, who shot a 2-under-par 70 on Monday.

EDP elects new directors

Carolyn Gochee, a Craig chiropractor, is the newest member of the Craig/Moffat County Economic Development Part-nership Board of Directors.

Residents celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Craig's first Cinco de Mayo celebration accomplished its intended goal of bringing people together. The damp weather even played a factor, driving about 250 people under the roof of the picnic shelter at the Moffat County Fairgrounds.

Golden knocks Bulldogs out of baseball playoffs

AURORA -- One stinkin' run. After advancing to the Class 4A District 2 championship game in the first round of the state baseball playoffs, the Bulldogs came up a run short in a 9-8 loss to Golden Saturday.

Good food, hot topic

Steamboat lawyer addresses immigration law

Alvaro Landa remembers when he could count on one hand the number of Hispanic families in Craig.

Hockey team playing for a title

Craig Cougar Pee-Wees earn state tournament berth

The Craig Cougar Pee-Wee hockey team will compete against three Front Range teams for a state title beginning Friday in Littleton.

Bulldogs go 2-1 to open season

The Moffat County High School varsity baseball team started the season on the wrong foot but bounced back to win the final two games at the Fort Morgan Invite.

Moffat golfers finish fifth in Grand Junction tournament

Ann Marie Hamilton had to wait until the first tournament of the year to see what her girls could do on the golf course.

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