Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing can be great ways to get exercise in Craig during the winter time, and see some of the popular spring and summer sites in a different light.
Craig Daily Press sports reporter Nate Waggenspack writes about the exciting games and tournaments coming up.
Seniors Brayden Peterson and Jesse DeMoor have been two major contributors to the Moffat County wrestling team in the past three seasons.
The girls swimming team has its last chance to qualify for state Friday and Saturday.
MCHS's defense was at its best, creating turnovers that led to points Monday in Craig.
The Bulldogs picked up a key home win over Olathe in a game that was close the whole way.
The Bulldogs beat Meeker in eighth grade A and B games.
Having a good spread of food while watching the big game will make the experience better no matter what happens.
Boys and girls basketball teams tip off the second half of their WSL seasons with six home games coming.
The Bulldogs beat Basalt and Grand Valley Thursday at Grand Valley.
Popular establishments for watching football on Sundays are pulling out all the stops in anticipation of the Denver-Seattle Super Bowl.
Both Bulldogs teams need wins this weekend to stay in the hunt for the league championship.
The U.S. Department of Interior said there was a breakdown in communication during U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell's visit to Moffat County.
The Cowboys came up and dominated the lower weights to beat Moffat County handily Tuesday.
The Craig Rotary Club annual event attracted a crowd for a silent auction, food and dancing.
The boys team beat the Cardinals by nine, while the girls lost, 58-40.
The Bulldogs hosted the Titans Friday night at MCHS and came away with a 70-51 win.
The Bulldogs beat the Titans in a close contest in Craig, 59-48.
The Bulldogs hosted three teams Friday in Craig for their home meet and scored 66 points.
The Bulldogs wrestled Delta and Hotchkiss on Thursday and lost both duals.
The girls swimming team will host three others for their only home meet Friday at MCHS.
The Bulldogs ran into a tough Wolfpack team and couldn't get on the scoreboard in three games.
The NOWECOS annual fundraiser had one of its best ever years in 2014.
The basketball teams split their games at Cedaredge, with both junior varsity teams picking up wins Saturday.
The boys and girls teams each won against the Basalt Longhorns on Friday night in Western Slope League play.
Craig Daily Press sports columnist Nate Waggenspack on the Denver Broncos playoff chances.
The boys and girls teams play two games on the road Friday and Saturday, with a chance to make some noise in their leagues.
The MCHS wrestling team is had six varsity wrestlers place in a tournament in Gypsum last weekend and will look for more good results in Green River, Wyo. this weekend.
The Skiers took it to the Bulldogs in the second half of their game Saturday, handing Moffat County its first league loss of the season.
The Bulldogs beat winless Aspen 72-27 Saturday in the Skiers' gym.
The governor missed a stop in Hayden due to weather conditions Friday, but will be in Steamboat to discuss economic development.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on the fans at Thursday night's wrestling dual.
The Bulldogs and Tigers squared off Thursday in Craig, with Hayden pulling off a 32-30 win.
The Bulldogs will compete on the Front Range each of the next two weekends and try to qualify for state.
The Bulldogs host Hayden Thursday, the first of three home wrestling events this season.
The Craig men's hockey team started out 2-0 but lost its final two games in the Yampa Valley Invitational Tournament.
The Red Dogs won their first game of the tournament, with three more to play and a shot at one more Sunday.
Birth defects are a worry for many parents while pregnant, but the odds of them happening to you can be greatly reduced by following basic guidelines.
The Bulldogs sports teams need to return from winter break strong right away in order to stay competitive.
Craig Daily Press sports reporter Nate Waggenspack on the work high school athletes do to stay on top of their game.
Skylar Tripp started all 21 games as goalie for the Hesston College women's soccer team, which made its first-ever trip to the playoffs in her freshman season.
Annie Nelson is a Craig native who's been working at the Wyman Museum for two years.
The MCHS boys basketball team is 4-1 after a 68-42 win over Gunnison.
The girls basketball team took a big halftime lead and held off the Cowboys for a Western Slope League win.
The Craig Elks Lodge Hoop Shoot was Saturday at Sandrock Elementary School.
The girls team lost to the Pirates after foul trouble derailed them in the second half. The MCHS boys had a big first quarter and ran away for a win.
Several local hunters participated in Outdoor Buddies, helping three mobility-impaired outdoorsmen harvest an elk this hunting season.
Craig Daily Press sports reporter Nate Waggenspack on the end-of-year holiday season.
The boys and girls basketball teams will begin Western Slope League games on the road at Olathe, followed by a home game vs. Gunnison.
The Craig Daily Press hosted Letters to Santa for Craig children Wednesday.