Feelings mixed on whether to set aside more licenses for landowners
The Colorado Division of Wildlife is expected to make a decision today on whether to pursue a plan to provide more big-game hunting licenses to private landowners.
Don Seick, remembers attending summer school as a young boy. It wasn't that he was in trouble or falling behind, that's just the way rural schools were 70 years ago.
Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machine helps Craig man, others deal with sleep apnea
Frank Riddle was always tired. He could hardly get behind the wheel of his car without getting sleepy. He habitually inhaled his lunch so he could sleep on his break at work. And once when he was talking to a co-worker, he fell asleep mid-sentence. Then in March, that all began to change.
Gary Henderson could likely kill an attacker in under 30 seconds if he chose to, but the martial arts teacher's philosophy is to avoid a fight whenever possible.
Verniece Self, 85, has called Craig home for more than seven decades. She moved here with her parents from Montana when she was in sixth grade and has seen many changes. She remembers when the first stoplight was put in at the intersection of Yampa Avenue and Victory Way.
Annual tournament is about learning
The sun beat down while spirits stayed high at this year's Yampa River Junior Golf Classic Tuesday. Seventy-five competitors between 5 and 17 played for medals in five age classes.
12 Korean students getting chance to experience life in Craig
Twelve Korean Tae Kwon Do students arrived in Craig on Thursday, and the only noticeable culture shock Craig resident and host Rin Choi has noticed is food related.
Dealers offer their two cents on fascination with coins
The first local coin, currency and collectables show this weekend may have generated more interest than revenue, but co-host Steve Patterson said education is also important. Although dealers need to sell pieces to survive, many are there because of their passion for the trade and the enjoyment of sharing that excitement with people new to the world of rare coins and currency.
If every pin in a game of bowling represented a different emotion, the Craig band Tenstrike would hit them all.
Event is a fund-raiser for the Yampa Valley Pregnancy Center
Trevor Archer, 12, was $2 short of raising $600 Friday night for the Yampa Valley Pregnancy Center's Walk for Life. By the start of the walk at 10 a.m. today, he'll probably have far surpassed that amount, said his mother, Robin Lambert.