United Way honors residents who serve
The Moffat County United Way on Wednesday announced the 2001 Volunteer of the Year, the Outstanding Volunteers and recognized several other residents for their work with local charities.
Granby teen killed in head-on collision in Grand County
Local law enforcement agencies dealt with a "normal" weekend for the Memorial Day holiday break this year.
The Craig Police Department is sponsoring a magic show in September to raise funds for the local D.A.R.E. programs. Tickets for children and senior citizens will be sold over the telephone, allowing residents and local businesses to purchase them ahead of time.
The Craig Police Department will be looking at alleys, trash areas and backyards within the city to make sure residents are complying with city codes as far as the removal of trash, old appliances, abandoned vehicles and clutter.
A father-daughter combination from Craig took the first two places at the Memorial Day Bolder Boulder 10K race.
A man accused of embezzling money from his elderly mother has denied wrongdoing, but was recently charged with violating the bond and restraining order connected with the case.
The 2002 edition of Grand Olde West days is enjoying good weather and good attendance, something organizers know is connected.
Rotary Clubs seek applications for international studies program
Rotary Clubs worldwide are again seeking candidates to become World Peace Scholars at one of the seven Rotary Centers for International Studies.
Local veterans take somber, respectful reflections on Memorial Day
Memorial Day observances have always been taken seriously by Ray Wagner, 73, a Craig resident and veteran of World War II and Korea.
Moffat County High School graduates encouraged to strive for leadership, service, honesty, integrity
Moffat County High School seniors had dreamed of the day when they received their diplomas but Saturday graduation day came too soon for some.