Jerry Raehal

Email: jraehal@craigdailypress.com Call: 970-875-1790

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Jerry Raehal has been the editor of the Craig Daily Press since November 2006. Prior to that, he worked as the editor/general manager at the Molalla Pioneer in Oregon, and as the sports editor of the Rawlins Daily Times in Wyoming.
Raehal graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in 2000. He is married and has no children.

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Jerry Raehal: 100 years for Craig

Happy birthday. Or anniversary. Or Centennial celebration.

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Spring into Expo

Radio station's 25th annual event taking place Friday, Saturday

The question: What can people expect to see if they attend the 25th annual KRAI/55 Country Spring Expo on Friday and Saturday?

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'Just a hilarious play'

Meeker High School presents 'The Pirates of Penzance (or the Slave of Duty)'

The Meeker High School Drama Club and International Thespian Society Troupe 1284 presents the classical musical comedy "The Pirates of Penzance (or the Slave of Duty)," by William S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan next weekend.

'Excited to be back on'

Moffat County to use paper ballots, electronic machines

Thrilled. That is how Elaine Sullivan, Moffat County clerk and recorder, summed up her reaction to state lawmakers killing a proposal that would have forced counties across the state to conduct paper ballots in the upcoming election.

State in sight

Bulldog boys win, wait on news if they made state

The Moffat County boys basketball team's season could be over.

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No injuries in bus accident

No one was injured in a Wednesday morning crash between a Moffat County school bus and car.

No one injured in school bus crash

No one was injured in a Wednesday morning crash between a Moffat County school bus and car.

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In sickness and in health

Friend sends man battling cancer to Denver for final Broncos game of season

For more than three decades, work was the staple of Don Pankey's life. As the co-owner of Western American Drilling, there was a business to run, rigs to operate and holes to drill.

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Bulldogs fall to Fruita

So close. That is how Moffat County High School boys basketball coach Steve Maneotis describes his team's efforts at netting another win.

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Bulldog hockey loses first game

Moffat County falls to Gunnison in first game, 5-3, ties second game, 2-2

The Moffat County Bulldog hockey club team tasted defeat for the first time this season Saturday, losing the first game of a home double-header against Gunnison, 5-3.

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Moffat County High School math and physical education teacher Gary Tague is retiring from teaching. Tague will remain as Craig Middle School football coach, a position he says he'll have for many more years.

Craig Middle School teacher Joanne Birdsall, right, shares a moment with Bonnie Revelle, who retired as an English teacher from Moffat County High School in May 2007, during Monday's Alpha Lambda chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma meeting at the Tin Cup Grill. The gathering of all women teachers marked the last time the group is to meet, because it is being disbanded because of dwindling numbers.

Karol Bullen shares a laugh during Monday's final meeting of the Alpha Lambda chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma at the Tin Cup Grill. Bullen, a former math teacher, retired from working at Moffat County High School in 2004. Other members of the all women teachers group to attend Monday's meeting included Bonnie Revelle, Joanne Birdsall, Jo Ann Baxter, Debbie Roberts, Rose Siminoe and Katy Gray.

Residents gather on the main and upstairs floors of the Museum of Northwest Colorado before Monday's Craig Centennial kickoff. The event included a display at the museum, as well as a speech by Mayor Don Jones and the judging of the beard contest.

Chris Herring lines up with the rest of the Brothers of the Brush participants Monday night at the Museum of Northwest Colorado. More than 40 men participated in the Craig Centennial beard-growing contest.

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