The Craig Police Department is pursuing a grant to expand its resource officer program in the Moffat County school system.
She's healed the sick and taught others to do the same.
New state laws governing concealed weapons brought a flood of applicants to the Moffat County Sheriff's office prior to the changes going into effect last month.
A legal service dropped because of state budget cuts will soon return to Moffat County in a scaled-down version.
Craig next week returns to the center of Colorado firefighters' universe as host of the 86th Annual Colorado State Firefighters Association Convention.
Investigation into commissioners' money transfer continues
An investigator has been named in the probe of alleged abuses by Moffat County officials, while the scope of that investigation will be expanded with a new allegation filed late last month.
While nicknamed "Fury," Craig police's new black-lab puppy is hardly an attack dog.
Nurse offered deal in drug theft case
So when's a deal not a deal?
Judge Michael O'Hara Tuesday denied Stephen Skufca's request to be freed as his case is appealed.
For the second time in as many years, a Moffat County District Court judge sentenced the same 36-year-old convicted sex offender to probation.
Days away from potential life-saving surgery for her son, Lillian Sherman and family still aren't sure how it's to be paid for.
Colorado Northwestern Community College's nursing program won approval last week from a key state body.
A plea agreement looks to keep a Hayden man charged in a six-month drug investigation out of state prison.
In his last year before leaving office under term limits, former Moffat County Commissioner T. Wright Dickinson charged more than $7,000 to a county-issued credit card -- more than any former or current commissioner in the last three years.
Two Craig individuals who jumped into the Yampa River after allegedly trying to steal a canoe face possible criminal charges.
Turns out Joe Davis' hassle of packing up and moving downtown Sunday was worth it after all.
Collected sales tax for the city of Craig continues to beat planners' expectations and last year's pace.
Two men charged in last month's drug raids -- including an alleged leader of a drug organization that once operated in Moffat and Routt counties -- are scheduled to appear in Moffat County Court Wednesday.
Saturday's events draw a crowd
Tom Gray drives slowly these days.
The Craig-based troop 4B of the Colorado State Patrol worked 12 traffic accidents, while a Colorado Springs man was killed near Kremmling Saturday over the Memorial Day weekend.
By PAUL SHOCKLEY
Fourteenth Judicial District Attorney Bonnie Roesink filed a motion today with Moffat County Combined Courts calling for the appointment of a special prosecutor to look into allegations of wrongdoing by county commissioners and the county's administrative services director.
References to "possession" and "public places" have been stripped from a proposed gun ordinance as the Craig City Council next week will reconsider the measure criticized by councilors on May 13.
Investigators have no suspects in a burglary at Yampa Valley Golf Course that netted roughly $5,000 in golf merchandise.
As school winds down and children's to-do lists grow, Robert Griggs has simple requests from life.
Sheriff's investigators wrap up probe into blaze that destroyed a modular home
Moffat County Sheriff's investigators suspect an infrared heating lamp caused a fire that destroyed a modular home Friday.
Craig Middle School gets creative with Japanese form of poetry
Kicking off a unit on poetry, Craig Middle School teacher Gay Shellhorn looked to spark her eighth graders' creative instincts last week in the initial class assignment.
County plans to pass new measure Thursday to replace possible illegal money transfer
County commissioners Thursday will review a resolution that would void another resolution passed Friday authorizing a transfer of county funds to cover debts on the Moffat County Public Safety Center -- all amid questions on the legality of the commissioners' move late last week.
School district sponsorship for several clubs at Craig Intermediate School will end in the 2003-04 school year.
Area residents turn out to recognize Moffat County's armed services members, veterans and their families
A chain email received days prior to coalition strikes on Iraq upset Cynthia Lynch, triggering events that brought the Kremmling resident to Craig this weekend.
Firefighters still investigating cause of fire that killed family's dog
A quick-moving fire Friday afternoon gutted a family's modular home north of Craig.
Advance tickets go on sale Monday for the May 25 amateur bull-riding competition, while Grand Olde West Days organizers still need volunteers to fill various tasks.
Elected officials, environmental and energy interests will sit down Monday to talk land management in an invitation-only conference/classroom session.
Craig's annual spring cleanup is slated for this weekend, as crews at the north end of Craig City Park will haul away unwanted items.
A Craig man faces new felony drug charges connected to a series of local arrests April 7 by the Grand, Routt and Moffat Narcotics Enforcement Team (GRAMNET).
State official says economic study will have to wait until new Partnership leader hired
A representative of Gov. Bill Owens said Wednesday Moffat County won't benefit from a state-backed community business needs assessment until a new local economic development director is hired.
Some city councilors say ordinance could infringe on rights
A proposed ordinance restricting gun possession at public locations drew fire from the Craig City Council Tuesday.
A Craig man faces possible felony menacing charges after allegedly threatening his neighbor with a rifle.
Retired teacher tries to dispel myths, stereotypes of culture
Eighth-grader Catherine Compton laughed and strutted covered nearly head to toe in black Monday in a traditional Saudi Arabian heijab.
While layoffs finalized last week around the 14th Judicial District look to miss Moffat County, an already depleted staff at the local courthouse could be asked to help fill manpower gaps elsewhere.
Three men charged in last month's police raids targeting an alleged area drug organization are scheduled to appear this week before Judge Mary Lynne James.
Qwest Communications will deploy high-speed DSL Internet service to Craig in the coming months as part of a phased, $75 million investment expanding services across the company's 14-state region.
Marilyn Bouldin's nursing program run through Colorado Northwestern Community College has been approved to accept student applications for fall classes.
Police warn of new twists on old scam
It's a new twist on an old scam that's evolved from letters to the Internet.
Judge Michael O'Hara Tuesday ruled a convicted sex offender in violation of probation imposed two years ago in Moffat County.
A training standard for concealed weapons permits accepted by the Moffat County Sheriff's Office won't be valid under new state laws effective later this month.
A report released by the state's Health Department outlines three "deficiencies" turned up by inspectors during an unannounced visit to Craig's Valley View Manor last month.
Craig police responded to more than 12,000 calls for service in 2002 -- the most activity and the largest year-to-year increase since at least 1995, according to the department's annual report.
Drill gives area agencies a chance to test their skills
Les Hampton lay quiet, slumped at the front of a school bus tipped on its side full of passengers in Saturday's mass casualty drill.
Volunteer brings much-needed levit to serious line of work
The homemade "laugh meter" perched on a wall at the Moffat County Public Safety Center was off the chart Wednesday.
A list of potential future sites for The Memorial Hospital will be narrowed at public hearing next week.