News and events in Education.
Nail fungus is no fun and often can be tough to hide during flip-flop season. So what is it and how can you get rid of it?
When you’re working out, burning calories and building muscle, it’s important to eat three meals a day and to have healthy snacks throughout the day.
Nuts add a bountiful boost to your diet, and they’re great snacks.
News and events related to health.
Whether it’s good music, good exercise or good fun that gets your pulse racing, this weekend will get your heart going.
Katrina Treacy, 14, last seen Aug. 23
The disappearance of a Craig teenager has been ongoing for more than a month. Katrina Treacy, 14, was last seen Aug. 23 by her mother, Jean Robertson, who has not heard from her since.
The 2016-17 Craig Concert Association kicks off with a real hootenanny. Country act Wylie and the Wild West takes the stage in Craig at 7 p.m. this Sunday at Moffat County High School, 900 Finley Lane.
Government update for the week of Sept. 26.
Educational opportunities in the region.
Health screenings, flu shots and more health news.
News on BLM wild horse bait-trap happening in October.
On the record for Sept. 23.
On the record for Sept. 22.
The days are getting shorter now that autumn has definitively arrived, but whether it’s during daylight hours or late into the night, here are several options for weekend happenings.
The Board of Moffat County Commissioners agreed to support an effort to bring the 2017 Northwest Colorado Rural Philanthropy Days conference to Moffat County.
A special, $1.2 million net is being installed to guard the spillway at Elkhead Reservoir on Friday.
The Bureau of Land Management has selected a new field manager for Colorado’s Northwest District.
On the record for Sept. 20.
Government update for the week of Sept. 19.
On the record for Sept. 16.
Education news briefs.
Sears Holdings, the company that owns Sears and Kmart announced the closure of 60 stores system-wide including the Kmart in Craig, according to store manager David Ross.
Health news for miners, new USDA program for addiction recovery and teen reproductive health classes.
Northwest Colorado is just on the verge of autumn, and area residents are looking to make the most of what remains of warm weather in a party atmosphere.
After introducing a $5 entry fee in 2016, Craig’s premier event, Whittle the Wood Rendezvous, is bringing in new revenue but still not breaking even.
Tri-State will host a meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Moffat County High School, at which company CEO Mike McInnes will discuss Craig Station closing Unit 1 and answer questions. The community is encouraged to attend.
The Craig City Council killed an ordinance that would have banned the use of Jake brakes within city limits in a three to four vote Tuesday.
At around 7:40 p.m. Tuesday night, authorities were paged to assist a man after his tractor rolled over on him, according to Craig/Fire Rescue.
The Moffat County Board of Commissioners approved a Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) that will guide the county’s economic goals and allow access to federal grants at their Tuesday morning meeting.
Moffat County Road and Bridge Department has a new director as of Tuesday morning.
On the record Sept. for 13.
The firm hired by Moffat County and the City of Craig to preform broadband planning in the area kicked off its survey process Tuesday.
The wildland fire that ignited north of Craig lateSunday afternoon burned roughly 35 acres and put two structures in danger, according to Craig/Fire Rescue.
A car chase on Colorado Highway 64 Friday morning ended with the two arrests and multiple charges, according to a news release from Rio Blanco County Sheriff’s Office.
CMS football downed by Rawlins; cross country to run in Gypsum
Craig Middle School sports had a varied weekend as seventh- and eighth-grade volleyball traveled to Steamboat Springs Saturday and football teams remained at home, hosting Rawlins, Wyoming.
Kids Theater, free and reduced lunches, collage scholarship,
Information about reproductive health classes for parents and students, Nalaxone (Narcan) available, United Way campaign kick-off, eye exams for infants and miner safety.
Government update for the week of Sept. 12.
On the record for Sept. 9.
On the record for Sept. 8.
This weekend is all about watching, and whether you’ve got your eyes focused on a soccer game, a goat or calf getting roped, dogs performing farm tasks, birds in their natural habitat or a movie that’s only become more popular 18 years later, you’re guaranteed to have some fun in Northwest Colorado.
A group of Craig and Moffat County residents are joining together for a seasonal weight loss venture starting this Friday. Tori Pingley is heading the health initiative, which she described as a back-to-school-themed effort.
Several motor vehicle accidents took place in Northwest Colorado over Labor Day weekend, sending many to the hospital and claiming two lives.
A Craig man faces more than a decade of jail time following multiple felony and misdemeanor charges for assault and domestic violence.
One man was flown to Grand Junction and three others sustained moderate to minor injuries after a rollover accident occurred on Moffat County Road 22 Monday afternoon, according to Colorado State Patrol.
Two young boys — ages 9 and 13 — went missing near Wilderness Ranch in Moffat County around 1 p.m. Sunday, according to their grandmother.
A fatal rollover crash took place early Monday morning on U.S. Highway 40 between Craig and Hayden. Eighteen-year-old Kenneth Corriveau, of Craig, was pronounced dead at the scene, and Bradley Copeland, of Hayden, sustained minor injuries, according to a news release from Colorado State Patrol.
The 184-acre Green Fire started south west of the Green River Campground around 4:30 p.m. and the cause is still under investigation, according to a news release from the monument.
Government update for the week of Sept. 5.