Conner Walton doesn't think he would have learned how to run a store while sitting in a classroom.
Nine days in Mexico won't be a vacation for eight members of the Craig Assembly of God.
In Mexico, Cinco de Mayo is a relatively uncelebrated holiday.
Voters asked if county can exceed tax growth limitations
This November, voters will get to decide whether to exempt Moffat County from tax growth limitations.
Opponents denounce drilling near Dinosaur monument
A coalition of environmental groups and Dinosaur residents are denouncing Bureau of Land Management plans to auction mineral leases along the entrance to Dinosaur National Monument.
A $5,000 donation from Entrega Gas Pipeline will help Maybell Ambulance upgrade its newest ambulance.
If Jeannie Carranza hadï¿½--n't found the Colorado Indigent Care Program, she doesn't know how she would have paid her medical bills.
Ten Yampa Valley residents committed suicide last year.
The owner of a solid-waste treatment plant west of Craig faces criminal charges of forgery and attempt to influence a public official.
The Ranching For Wildlife program might not even have the same name after a committee of residents has finished reviewing it.
The state is suing the owner of a waste-treatment plant west of Maybell, saying the facility has been out of compliance with hazardous-material testing regulations for the past several years.
A Craig man will have to serve six more months behind bars for being involved with an assault on his brother while both men were inmates in the Moffat County Jail.
Moffat County Commissioners are stuck between a rock and hard spot.
This spring, weeds aren't the only things growing fast.
Two of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars group's newest members are its best volunteers.
Without adequate funding and needed equipment, it's not likely that the Craig Rural Fire Protection District will consider annexation requests to the district until the fire department gets its second tanker running.
First the good news. The Northwest Colorado Dental Coalition asked the Gates Family Foundation for $20,000 and received almost twice that amount.
According to a 2003 study, 27 percent of motorists drive vehicles with low or dirty oil.
After two weeks of static, K27 television is back on the air.
For this Greek Orthodox Easter, bells will ring at St. John's Greek Orthodox Church for the first time in 50 years.
Coalition aims to protect the use of off-road vehicles
Dirt bike and four-wheeler riders are revving up to oppose possible motorized vehicle restrictions on public land.
The Colorado Off-highway Vehicle Coalition is working with federal and state agencies to keep off-highway vehicle users on the trail.
Routt, Jackson counties' landowners more apt to inquire about mitigation
Several months after completing fire plans for four Moffat County communities, Dale Thompson, owner of Resource Logic, called community members to encourage them to contact the county about implementing the plan.
Thinking that their group soon may soon disband, Pre-serving the Last Frontier has turned care of the coke ovens in Greystone over to the Museum of Northwest Colorado.
Air quality on the Colorado Plateau is worsening, National Park Service research has shown.
A sign that used to hang in a Craig hardware store read, "If we don't take care of the customer, someone else will."
On a good night, Eric Zimmerman gets about four hours of sleep.
Grant provides $600,000 for 'aging well' program
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is receiving a $600,000 state grant, a key component of the group's plan to create an aging well model in the Yampa Valley.
Craig to host first May 5 celebration
In a move to celebrate the city's ethnic diversity, Craig City Council has agreed to sponsor a Cinco de Mayo celebration at the Moffat County Fairgrounds.
Moffat County commissioners on Thursday gave the go ahead that K27 Television needed to get back on the air. But it's unclear whether the Craig station's owner will take advantage.
Taxes are due today, and the U.S. Postal Service estimates that about 10 percent of taxpayers have waited until the last minute to file their returns.
Moffat County resident Paul Anderson said he's had a good working relationship with Entr-ega Gas Pipeline.
A fire several miles west of Hayden burned about 15 acres along U.S. Highway 40 on Wednesday.
Dean Brosious has donated 10 gallons of his blood to help others.
Craig residents won't be allowed to own pigs, poisonous snakes and reptiles, primates that aren't human or wildlife if Craig City Council approves an updated animal ordinance.
From updating Craig's water system to starting a youth football league, former Craig Mayor Dave DeRose achieved a lot during the 10 years he served on the Craig City Council.
Gusts that approached hurricane force swept through area Friday
If the windstorm in Craig blew 4 mph faster Friday, winds would have reached hurricane force.
A program that helps people build homes in Routt County could get priced out of the market.
For five years straight, Doug Slaight got calls to fight fires on the birthday of his son, Brian.
The Moffat County commissioners will decide whether to fight the state Board of Assessment Appeals when they meet Tuesday.
After three years of work, Lodore Hall in Browns Park has been restored.
For the past year, Tri-State Generation and Transmission has been investigating ways to generate more power.
Growing up poor in rural Georgia, Rutt Bridges doesn't think he could have been successful in life if it wasn't for affordable public higher education.
Pres Askew and Pete Bergmann could have tried to start a good book group.
Fish in the Yampa River are in for a shock this month.
Chief Judge Michael O'Hara wants security at the courts in Moffat County.
Although state Sen. Jack Taylor's recreational-water bill has died, the effort to control recreational-water appropriations still is alive.
After 10 years of research and writing, Queeda Mantle Walker has finished the story of her family's life in the Yampa River Canyon.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation raised $36,000 at its annual banquet Saturday.
Sheep industry rebounds after decline in 1990s
More sheep are in the United States than at any time since 1990.