Craig business Go-fer Foods, 923 E. Victory Way, closed its doors Tuesday morning.
Snowfall first started blanketing Craig and Moffat County Tuesday afternoon, and the region looks to be tucked in through Wednesday at least. Estimated measures from the National Weather Service ranged from four to eight inches for Craig by Wednesday morning, with the likelihood of the county seeing up to one foot or more of snow near the Flat Tops.
Craig and Moffat County are due some snow, and by the middle of the week they’ll almost certainly be seeing it. A partly sunny but gusty Monday with highs in the 40s will herald the arrival of a rush of coldness later that night.
Do you have questions about health insurance? A representative from the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association will be available to answer questions from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays — Dec. 3, Dec. 10 and Dec. 17 — in December at the Boys and Girls Club in Craig.
The National Weather Service predicts mild weather for Northwest Colorado this week, a trend that will take place over most of the state. The past weekend saw a great deal of heavy winter activity across New Mexico, reaching into southwestern and parts of central Colorado.
The location for Gov. John Hickenlooper's Monday visit has changed due to the high number of participants registered for the event. The Department of Local Affairs notified Audrey Danner, interim director of the Craig/Moffat Economic Development Partnership, that the governor will now visit with community members at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion.
A smattering of recent snow may have residents of Northwest Colorado wondering if a big winter storm is on the way, and though early indications look doubtful, the weather will indeed be on the chilly side.
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Open enrollment for Medicare Part D prescription plans and Medicare Advantage health plans is underway and continues until Dec. 7. Current Medicare beneficiaries interested in changing to a different plan must make a decision by Dec. 7.
The Memorial Hospital Foundation Board of Directors recently received $5,000 in funding from energy company Questar Corporation.