A 27-point halftime lead might sound like a football coach's dream, but it wasn't quite perfect for Moffat County's Kip Hafey.
Lynn Horn pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court on Friday to four federal charges related to crimes committed in Craig.
Areas in southern Colorado nominated for trophy units
Trophy elk hunting will expand in Colorado in 2005, but none of the hunting areas in Moffat County was nominated to be part of the Colorado Wildlife Commission's new program.
A lawsuit against a Moffat County Sheriff's deputy that sought nearly $400,000 in damages has been settled out of court, Moffat County Sheriff Buddy Grinstead said Thursday.
Board promises to improve the way hospital does business
Nine months of negotiations culminated Wednesday when The Memorial Hospital's Board of Trustees authorized a renewed contract with Quorum Health Resources, its management company.
Bureau of Land Management road patrols have been scarce for more than a year, as budget constraints left the ranger position vacant at the Little Snack Field Office in Craig.
Police retrieve alleged victim to testify at Pogline hearing
County Judge Mary Lynne James ordered police to retrieve a witness who failed to appear in court Wednesday.
Craig firefighters continued the department's tradition of capturing firefighting awards when they won the state championship in a team competition Friday.
A toddler suffered no major injuries after falling from third-story window at Columbine Apartments Sunday.
Equipment to help ensure county is ready for an emergency
In the case of a terrorism event or other public health crisis, one of the first things hospitals would run out of is beds.
The Colorado State Patrol arrested a Craig man in possession of about one ounce of suspected methamphetamine after a tip by off-duty Craig Police officers.
A year ago, prospective nursing students were checking their mailboxes to see whether they had been accepted to Craig's first college nursing program.
Credit card fraud scheme making
Artist Karl Hoffman thought he was on the verge of selling one of his prized jewelry creations.
A 13-year-old boy was hit by a Ford Explorer near the intersection of Eighth Street and Yampa Avenue on Thursday evening.
Colowyo Coal Co. rescue squad to compete in event in Utah
When Jim Andrews worked on a mine rescue team, he sometimes carried a length of common "manila" rope, a figure-eight and a pulley.
Assisted living centers struggle with insurance
Bob Grub pointed out the numerous edible plants that sprout from the raised gardens behind the assisted living center he and his wife operate.
Craig police are looking for a fugitive who fled the Moffat County Courthouse minutes before she was to be sentenced for drug charges.
Rescuers honored for saving 12-year-old swimmer
Jerry Davis had never performed CPR before June 16.
The cumulus clouds in the skies over the Yampa Valley were good markers for the rising columns of warm air that the glider pilots were looking for. But the thermals weren't quite close enough to the airport to tempt the pilots to chase them. As a result, the flights were lasting only about 20 minutes.
A Hayden girl seriously injured in a rollover accident near Hayden remained unconscious and in critical condition at a Grand Junction hospital Monday.
The fate of The Memorial Hospital's relationship with Quorum Health Resources will be discussed at a special board meeting tonight.
A suspect who stole a car in Craig wrecked the vehicle on Colorado Highway 13 early Saturday morning.
Two Craig men were injured Monday morning when the Chevy Metro they were riding in went off the road and rolled in a field.
Yampa Valley Electric Association is working with another electric cooperative to pursue options for shoring up their long-term power supply.
Police arrested a hit-and-run suspect who allegedly struck a Woodbury Drive home Thursday night and fled the scene, leaving behind a bumper and a license plate.
A Craig man reportedly used a gun to chase an intruder from his home Thursday night
Moffat county -- The Colorado Wildlife Commission is soliciting suggestions for areas that should be made into trophy elk hunting regions, but Moffat County may not be the most likely place for the change.
Karen Knez got a call from an acquaintance asking for advice about an antelope fawn that was adopted after it had been found "abandoned" by its mother.
Museum's 1964 exhibit opens Friday
The gunfighter artifacts and weathered saddles at the Museum of Northwest Colorado are sharing the second floor with the newer items that depict Craig in 1964.
Threat of imprisonment no longer hanging over Donna Reishus' head
From her office at a clinic in a small town in Belize, Donna Reishus can see the outdoor holding cell where she was detained for two days.
Neighbors in the vicinity of Finley Lane and Sixth Street extinguished a brush fire that was started by two juveniles Monday afternoon.
A pared-down hospital renovation could mean sacrifices
In the latest revision of The Memorial Hospital's plans to construct a new hospital, there isn't room for services such as obstetrics. There isn't room for nuclear medicine.
Police respond to record number of calls in May
Police and prosecutors are reporting record numbers of offenses in Moffat County.
Ranchers know how to avoid hills dotted with the threatening flowers
Before ranchers deal with the threat of wolves endangering their livestock, they'll contend with a harmless-looking flower called larkspur.
A Craig man appeared in court Tuesday on charges that he tried to trade marijuana for a soft drink at a convenience store.
The Granby hardware store where Friday's bulldozer destruction came to an end was owned by two Moffat County natives who are trying to decide whether to rebuild or move on.
A 30-year-old Craig woman was arrested Friday on charges she attempted to kill her 9-year-old son.
The Craig Police Department's summer intern spent his first days on the job helping with administrative work, conducting research and creating community policing brochures.
Without new taxes, board must consider partial replacement, new location
The latest figures for the estimated cost of a replacement hospital confirm that only a pared-down version of an off-site facility is fundable without new taxes.
Testing is a 'surveillance tool' not a food safety test
When chronic wasting disease was discovered south of Hayden in 2002, Northwest Colorado residents and the Colorado Division of Wildlife scrambled to establish a local testing facility.
The winning entry in the contest to name Craig's new nursing home has been changed after some residents complained that it was misleading.
The results of the Colorado Division of Wildlife's annual big game draw won't hit mailboxes until later this month, but hunters can find out how they fared by visiting the DOW's Web site.
Craig Fire/Rescue contained a fire to the kitchen of a Lincoln Street home Tuesday afternoon.
Police are working to identify at least two more suspects thought to have been involved in numerous incidents of vandalism last week.
The two elderly women who died in a car wreck east of Hayden on Sunday were on their way to a high school graduation in Utah, relatives said.
The Colorado State Patrol confiscated six different illegal drugs after stopping a vehicle for speeding south of Craig on Saturday.
Toxic household products are key ingredients in 'cooking' meth
They call it a lab, but an average site where methamphetamine is manufactured doesn't resemble the pristine conditions and equipment found in a scientific laboratory.
The drug distribution charge against James Pogline resulting from an early morning police raid has been dismissed by Moffat County Judge Mary Lynne James.
TMH's run Saturday is a reminder of the battle against cancer
During the most difficult stretch of The Memorial Hospital's 5K Walk/Run Race for the Cure, participants will pass placards bearing names of those who lost their lives to cancer.
HAYDEN -- When the Hall family lived in Wyoming, they had to drive two hours to the nearest speedway.