When dealing with dry skin in colder months, there are several ways to combat it.
Government update for the week of March 14.
A parked semi truck caught fire Friday afternoon at Peroulis Trucking company on the east side of Craig.
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Bulldogs move on to Soroco, Rangely events to finish season
Craig Middle School wrestlers continued their hot streak over the weekend with strong showings at not one but two area tournaments. The sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade squadron of Bulldogs attended the Centennial Braves Invitational in Montrose and the Carl Ramunno Invitational in Steamboat Springs Saturday, winning the former and placing fifth at the latter
Contest honors late Craig resident, cash prizes donated by Parrotheads
The Carol Jacobson Memorial Poetry Contest, open to Craig Middle School students, awarded eight winners Wednesday night as part of a poetry reading at Downtown Books.
Government update for the week of March 5.
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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?
Harvard Medical School is advising people to eat more fruit in order to lower high blood pressure.
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Government update for the week of Feb 29.
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Their season goes by quick, and the members of the Craig Middle School wrestling know it, which is why they came out powerfully in their first meet. The Bulldog team of sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders took first place overall Saturday during the Northwest Invitational hosted by Hayden, nine teams attending.
Many skin and lip products have Vitamin E in the ingredients, as it helps people maintain soft, healthy skin.
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Another candidate has entered the race for the District 1 seat on the Board of Moffat County Commissioners.
The curtain is ready to rise for one of Craig’s favorite local traditions. The 70th annual Kiwanis Club play takes place March 4 and 5 at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion, and tickets are going fast.
Government update for the week of Feb. 22.
Keeping your teeth clean helps you maintain fresh breath, a nice smile and keeps dental bills low.
The Little Snake Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management is hosting an open house on Tuesday to discuss the development of the region’s travel management plan.
If you're looking to build your core muscle strength, there's an excellent way to do it, according to a My Fitness Pal workout.
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On Monday, Downtown Business Association announced the winners of the 10th annual Taste of Chocolate, held Saturday in downtown Craig alongside the 21st annual Art Walk.
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The public comment period for the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement’s environmental assessments for two Northwest Colorado mines is coming to a close this week.
The program will provide “free, confidential, and secure preparation and e-filing of Federal and Colorado State income taxes to taxpayers who qualify,” according to a statement from the Moffat County United Way
Government update for the week of Feb. 14.
Bulldogs place eight at regional tournament, team takes third
Last season, Moffat County High School wrestling sent three athletes to the state championships, and double the amount of Bulldogs will be heading to the Pepsi Center after this weekend.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s 2016 hunting brochures for big game, sheep and goats, as well as applications for licenses, are now available online at cpw.state.co.us/learn/pages/planyourhunt.aspx, according to a news release from CPW.
Bulldog boys take one-point, last-second loss to league-leading Titans
Friday night in Craig may have been one of the greatest point differences ever seen between two subsequent basketball games. Moffat County High School hosted Coal Ridge, with the results being polar opposites as Bulldogs took on the Titans.
7 Bulldog grapplers remain in championship contention
After one day of competition, Moffat County High School wrestling stands at second place as a team in the 3A Region 4 Tournament, with several Bulldog athletes keeping their mind on the championship.
According to Livestrong.com, men need beauty tips too. Unwanted hairs can be distracting. One suggestion the website offers is for men to be aware of ear and nose hairs.
Moffat County High School wrestlers are ready and raring to go this weekend for what may be the final competition of the year for some and the stepping-stone to state for others. The 3A Region 4 Tournament takes place Friday and Saturday in Montrose, with the Bulldogs among 14 teams that will attend, including Basalt, Bayfield, Coal Ridge, Delta, Eagle Valley, Grand Valley, Gunnison, Montezuma-Cortez, Olathe, Pagosa Springs, Rifle, Sheridan and Steamboat Springs.
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Each of the Craig Youth Hockey Association teams saw success over the weekend as they all come to the last stretch of their seasons.
Like any horse owner, Craig’s Kayla Pinnt enjoys showing off her bond with her favorite animal. Cast your vote in My Equine Valentine, sponsored by tack brand Tough 1. The online contest is open to horse owners of all ages wanting to display their appreciation for their four-legged friends.
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Girls take 1st conference loss, boys achieve third win in a row
Fortunes were varied Friday night for Moffat County High School hoops teams, as varsity basketball traveled to Olathe.
Cherish the Little Things, Art Walk, Taste of Chocolate, holiday dance next week
Year after year, downtown Craig becomes a hub of activity in mid-February as multiple events provide a place to delight the senses. Next week will be a busy one as four favorite events come up: the 21st annual Art Walk, 10th annual Taste of Chocolate, fifth annual Cherish the Little Things Art Show and second annual Valentine’s Dance.
Bananas are available for purchase year round, making them an easy snack with a health boost anytime of the year.
Government update for the week of Feb. 8.
Burning calories helps you maintain a healthy weight, but what if you're always on the go and have a difficult time fitting in a daily exercise routine?