Erin Fenner

Government Reporter

Email: efenner@CraigDailyPress.com Call: 970-875-1794

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Erin Fenner is the government and cops reporter for the Craig Daily Press. Since then she has written for various publications as a freelancer; including Portland's Willamette Week. She graduated from the University of Idaho with a B.S. in Journalism in 2011. There she dabbled in multimedia internships and also hit the print news scene as an intern for the Moscow-Pullman Daily News. She likes lounging with music, editing soundbites and eating Dutch cheese.

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2 women arrested for allegedly embezzling from Craig's domestic violence assistance organization

Two former associates of Advocates Crisis Support Services in Craig were arrested and charged with felony theft and conspiracy for allegedly embezzling more than $450,000 from the nonprofit between 2009 and 2013.

Moffat County Commissioner July 15 meeting recap

The Moffat County Commissioner July 15 meeting recap.

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Tri-State celebrates 1 million hours without a lost-workday injury at Craig Station

Craig Station celebrated more than 1 million hours without a lost-workday injury at a barbecue and presentation Tuesday. The plant was recognized for the achievement with a plaque, presented by Barry Ingold, senior vice president of Tri-State Generation and Transmission. The employees also took time off to celebrate with a barbecue lunch.

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Cyclists biking for a cause pass through Craig

A team of 33 cyclists zipped through Craig on Monday on their trek across the country to raise money and help build affordable housing. They are part of the organization called Bike and Build, which supports affordable housing projects like Habitat for Humanity.

Craig Station to celebrate over a million hours without loss-of-workday injuries

Tri-State Generation and Transmission’s Craig Station is celebrating more than one million hours without a lost-workday injury at a company event on Tuesday.

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Moffat County, lawmakers speak out against possible designation of Vermillion Basin as national monument

Local and state officials are speaking out against a possible listing of the Vermillion Basin in Moffat County as a national monument. After President Barack Obama used the Antiquities Act to designate about 500,000 acres in New Mexico as a national monument, Colorado leaders spoke out against the possibility of the administration making another monument designation in Colorado.

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One person involved in rollover accident in Craig

One person was involved in a rollover accident on the 2100 block of Yampa Avenue Friday afternoon.

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Moffat County coaches asked to resign but fate of upperclassmen unknown

Moffat County School District posted openings on its website for five high school football coaching positions after an alleged hazing incident that occurred at a football camp in Evanston, Wyoming, resulted in the district asking the current coaches to resign.

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Craig teenager dies in car crash

Vallarta's Restaurant mourns loss of family member

According to relatives, Nineth Pereyra’s joy was immediately apparent and contagious. “If I was mad — for whatever reason — she would, little by little, do something and bring a laugh out of me. She was always there for people,” her older sister Aidee Pereyra said. Nineth was “always giving positive feedback. Whenever someone was sad, she would always be the one to cheer them up.”

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Mathers' Bar celebrating 40 years in Craig

Mathers’ Bar is celebrating 40 years of business Friday night. “My dad started it 20 years before Mike and I bought it. It’s been a good business, supported a couple families,” said Moffat County Commissioner Tom Mathers, who co-owns the bar with his brother, Mike Mathers. “We’ve been through highs and lows in the community. I always felt like we were a real good heartbeat in the community.”

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Craig Station employees celebrate 1 million hours without a lost-workday injury with a barbecue Tuesday.

A group of 33 cyclists passed through Craig on their trip across the country to help build affordable housing and raise money for the cause. Pictured from left are Joey Martin, Jay Epelman, Amy Zhou, Athena Jones and Connor O'Brien.

A rollover crash occurred Friday afternoon on Colorado Highway 13.

Mike Mathers stands at the bar that has been in his family for 40 years.

A fire flared up in a field at the intersection of 13th and Washington streets Wednesday afternoon. Craig Fire/Rescue responded and subdued the flames within an hour. The cause of the burn was attributed to Craig Road and Bridge Department's weeding efforts in the area.

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