On the record for August 30.
On the record for August 26.
Moffat County School District back to school week.
Mascara adds length and definition to eyelashes, but it’s often cumbersome to remove all of it from your eyes.
Do you like to run, walk or hike? Did you know that athletic companies offer specific shoes for each category to protect your feet, back and leg health?
It’s that time of year where you see vendors selling peaches throughout town. Many of the peaches come from beloved peach country in Palisade.
Health tips for students, elderly, travelers and mothers.
This weekend in Northwest Colorado holds many opportunities to support some worthy causes. And, better still, you can have fun doing it!
New welcome signs are going up along the major roadways coming into Moffat County soon.
On the record for August 25.
Craig Mayor Ray Beck said the survey is the first step of broadband planning the study being performed by the Glenwood-based firm NEO Connect.
On the record for August 23.
Government update for the week of Aug. 22.
On the record for August 19.
A summary of many back-to-school events and end of summer activities.
Get your heart pumping and be prepared to get a little messy Saturday as part of The Color Dash 5K benefiting Boys & Girls Club of Craig.
Sometimes, women need a little extra color on their face to help brighten things up. If you’re feeling blue, or want to try something different and you never wear lipstick, give it a try.
Health briefs for Craig.
On the record for August 18.
This weekend in Northwest Colorado, there’s no excuse for not getting out and about and appreciating the landscape that makes the region what it is.
The summer Movie in the Park series continues Thursday with a free screening of the Pixar film “Up” at Craig City Park. The movie starts at dusk, roughly 8 p.m., and all ages are welcome to set up to watch.
On the record for August 16.
Business news across Craig.
Health news briefs includes Updates about Rubber Ducky Race, ColoradoCare (Amendment 69), buying Colorado grown and senior health.
Keeping your hair healthy and beautiful depends on how you take care of it. Many wonder if washing it too much makes ends break, while others wonder if they should rarely wash it to keep natural oils on the scalp.
These days, coconut milk can be found in a number of places, including gas stations, grocery stores and health food stores.
Government update for the week of Aug. 15.
On the record for August 12.
On Aug. 17, Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne will visit Craig as a part of a statewide facilities tour. At 2:45 p.m. she will be joined by Colorado Community Collage System President Nancy J. McCallin at CNCC’s Craig Campus for a community round table discussion on career and technical educations programs.
There’s a new beast in the motor pool at the Moffat County Public Safety Center — a nearly 20 ton armored vehicle.
Summertime continues in Northwest Colorado, and though the school year is coming up soon, there is still plenty of time to find activities to bring together your whole family or just gather with your fellow adults.
On the record for August 11.
Craig City Council entertained discussion on retail marijuana at it’s biweekly meeting Tuesday night.
On the record for August 9.
Health briefs across Northwest Colorado.
Moffat County Commissioner Chuck Grobe said full funding for repairs on the Browns Park Swinging Bridge have been secured and a functional bridge is expected in 2017.
If you’re looking for an easy way to decrease your caloric intake throughout the week, try eliminating sugar from your coffee each day. That includes sweeteners and sugar-packed creamers.
The 7th Annual Moffat County Balloon Festival has a number of calorie-burning activities for families to enjoy.
If you’re in your 20s or 30s and are want to avoid getting premature crow’s feet around your eyes, you should start using a firming eye cream.
Government update for the week of week of Aug. 8.
On the record for August 8.
A dump truck carrying asphalt crashed through a construction area on South Highway 13 near milepost 86 Thursday around 1 p.m.
The options are many for things to do in Northwest Colorado this weekend, and whatever your tastes, there’s sure to be something to appeal to you.
On the record for August 4.
The seventh annual Moffat County Balloon Festival lifts off this weekend with a multitude of activities at Loudy-Simpson Park. With launches scheduled for early Saturday and Sunday morning, 24 balloons will head up, up and away, adding a rainbow of color to the skies, as well as adding a flash of brightness Saturday night during the evening balloon glow.
On the record for August 2.
The Moffat County Local Marketing District ex-officio board meets Wednesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Craig City Hall to interview operating board candidates and make appointments.
The Craig Daily Press welcomed a new reporter this week, one who has more than a little familiarity with the publication. Sasha Nelson began Monday as the newspaper’s education and health reporter, replacing Michael Neary, who left in mid-July, in the position.
One of the Craig men arrested at the end of June for distributing heroin and prescription opiates was sentenced on July 25.
Colorado’s dry climate makes it difficult to avoid dry skin. With the proper amount of lotion and the right products, dryness can be averted.