The fate of the much-debated Craig sales and use tax measure has finally been decided.
1:10 a.m. On the 1100 block of West Sixth Street, officers initiated a traffic stop resulting in the arrest of a female for possession of a schedule I/II drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, violation of a restraining order, no insurance and failure to use a turn signal.
Craig police have received several reports in recent weeks of kids climbing onto the roofs of downtown businesses along Yampa Avenue, and have issued a warning that doing so could lead to injury or charges being pressed.
Despite their best efforts to hide, three individuals were arrested Wednesday night by Craig Police officers acting as part of the All Crimes Enforcement Team, or ACET.
2:36 p.m. On the 900 block of West First Street, officers responded to a report of a suspicious incident. A party was in jail and others were selling their belongings in a yard sale. Officers resolved the situation.
Government meeting agendas for April 3
High school scholarships with applications due between April 3 and April 10.
It's no secret how dirty your skin gets throughout the day or week, that's why it's important to get deep down into your pores to remove excess skin and dirt.
Did you know that there are dozens of apps out there that can help track your fitness goals? Since the birth of smart phones, app creators have tapped into the fitness world, helping people reach various health and weight loss goals by tracking progress on phones.
Eggs are full of protein and are a great snack. They also are considered a superfood for many reasons, including the fact that they're low in fat and calories.
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5:20 p.m. At City Market, officers took a report of shoplifting. A female was cited for taking makeup and reusable bangs.
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Voters should drop off ballots or visit voting booths by Tuesday
Ballots for Tuesday’s city election have been streaming in. Roughly 1,500 of nearly 4,700 ballots have been received or about 32 percent of active Craig voters, according to Moffat County Election Supervisor Tori Pingley.
5:16 p.m. At the Public Safety Center, officers took a complaint of someone firing cracker shells at the pond behind the public safety center. Officers were training on the equipment that will be used to relocate turkey vultures.
With multiple musical performances and some great gatherings, Craig’s happenings are many this weekend.
One man is dead and another has been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter following a physical altercation in the alley behind the Trav-O-Tel Motel early Thursday morning.
Respected Craig doctor will soon have more time to focus on patient care.
It’s about to get loud in parts of Craig. Craig Police Department announced Wednesday it will be working with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to roust a group of turkey vultures from Craig. Starting this week, the agencies will be utilizing “loud sound-making devices, fired from rifles and shotguns,” according to a news release from the department.
9:53 p.m. On the 500 block of Ledford Street, officers responded to a report of an intoxicated male with all of his belongings who wanted to stay overnight at the laundromat. He had been kicked out of his girlfriend’s house, but the business didn’t want him to stay there. He said he couldn’t carry all of his belongings and needed a ride to the hotel, but he wasn’t sure which hotel. Officers made contact and were going to try to help him get a bus ticket.
9:46 p.m. On the 600 block of Taylor Street, officers responded to a report of a suspicious incident. A woman reported that a toothless man, approximately 40 years old wearing a beanie and a hoodie, had come to her door four times in the past several months asking for random people who had never resided at her residence. He then told her he was going to take care of that hill leaning on her fence. Officers did not find him.
Good Vibes — the high school a capella choir — is presenting a spring showcase of music with a side of desert.
12:46 p.m. On the 800 block of Legion Street, officers responded to a report of possible domestic violence. A male party said his girlfriend was threatening physical abuse because he took the remote from her...
Government meeting agendas for the week of March 27
5:27 p.m. Officers responded to report of a runaway juvenile male, who turned up at McDonald’s in a rain storm. He requested to call the police. The crisis team did an intervention between him and his mom at the Public Safety Center and he returned home.
The Museum of Northwest Colorado will receive $16,000 from a mineral lease approved this month to Three Crown Petroleum, LLC.
8:11 p.m. At The Memorial Hospital, officers responded to a report of a disturbance by a male party in the lobby who was knocking things over and being obnoxious. He left when officers arrived and no charges were pressed.
7:54 p.m. At Stockmen’s Liquors, officers responded to a report of theft by the man who was caught streaking in February between Stockmen’s and City Market. In this incident, he was fully clothed when he stole a bottle of Sweet Lucy Bourbon. He was issued a trespass notice and a summons for theft.
10:03 p.m. On the 1500 block of Barclay Street, officers responded to a report of two suspicious males walking around with black coats, one wearing a black clown mask and the other wearing a skull mask. Officers did not find them.
1:35 p.m. At City Market, a 66-year-old woman was detained in the office for shoplifting. She was issued a summons theft of peaches, cat treats, ginger, four Kind bars, four Kind Plus bars, pudding and bacon, amounting to $27.25.
A warm and dry start to springtime in the Yampa Valley might change a tad this week, but don’t be surprised if the conditions go right back to being nearly tropical.
Bulldogs dominate district tourney with eight individual champions
Craig Middle School wrestlers have cleaned up during the regular season, exemplified by the sweep of every tournament they’ve attended so far. CMS defended its district title Saturday at the Western Slope Championships in Meeker, finishing as the top school among nine competing teams.
6:20 p.m. At the Davis House, officers heard from a concerned caller that there was a horse in the backyard. The caller wanted to know if it was legal, which it is so long as it’s only temporarily parked there. Officers contacted the owner, who later left with the horse.
The long-anticipated Moffat County Strategic Broadband Plan was officially released this week, detailing options for how move forward with broadband implementation in the county.
The 2016-17 Craig Concert Association picks up again next week with a multi-talented, unique musical artist. Jenn Bostic will take the stage at 7 p.m. March 24 at Moffat County High School, 900 Finley Lane. Bostic, originally from Minnesota, is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter who also performs on guitar and piano with covers and original songs alike, including the hit “Jealous of the Angels.”
2:03 p.m. On the 500 block of Yampa Avenue, officers responded to a report of a drunk man walking on the sidewalk and “talking trash.” He was gone on arrival.
Faith and begorrah! Greenery abounds in Northwest Colorado as the spring season begins but even more so thanks to St. Patrick’s Day. Still, the celebration of the Emerald Isle isn’t all that’s happening this weekend in Craig.
A variety of over-the-counter hunting licenses are offered in Colorado, however many big game tags — limited licenses — are only available through an annual drawing.
10:39 a.m. At Walmart, an employee called to express concern that an elderly female may be the victim of a scam. She was attempting to send money to Nigeria. Officers were able to halt the transaction and confirmed that it was a scam, but the woman was upset despite being told she was about to lose her money to a scam.
Moffat County High School baseball is ready to hit the field for its first set of home games, but before that comes an important memorial. The Bulldogs will host a pregame ceremony for former team manager and MCHS graduate Clayton Moon at 4 p.m. Thursday at the Craig Middle School field, 915 Yampa Ave.
A 29-year-old Craig man was killed Tuesday afternoon in a one-vehicle crash outside of Kremmling.
Moffat County has a new Noxious Weed Management Plan for the first time in more than 25 years, with new priorities and reporting guidelines for managing noxious weeds.
5:50 p.m. On the 600 block of Pershing Street, officers responded to a report of a deer that was attacked by a black lab. The deer’s throat was ripped and the deer was on the ground and unable to get up. Animal control euthanized the deer.
Weeklong forecast is so bright you'll need shades
Break out the sunscreen and sunglasses, as temperatures are on the rise in Northwest Colorado.
Moffat County Commissioners' agenda and Craig City Council's agenda.
The cancelation of a Thursday home event did little to curb the competitive nature of the Craig Middle School wrestling team this weekend. If anything, it only made the Bulldogs hungrier for another win.
On April 4, Craig voters will have the chance to choose a new mayor and four City Council members. Nine candidates are vying for the opportunity to make their mark on Craig’s future. The Craig Daily Press posed them all a series of questions. Here’s what they had to say...
Treadmills are a great way to starting a workout when the weather isn’t in our favor. Here are a few tips to follow to make treadmill use effective and safe.
It’s difficult resist a sweet treat. So how do you turn down that extra serving of pie?
Craig voters could be excused if they feel they need for a lawyer and an accountant to interpret election information sent to all registered voters earlier this week.