More works still needs to be done on broadband, officials say
A new business is bringing 21st century broadband technology to Craig and Moffat County, although leaders of the local broadband initiative believe that the area still has work to do.
He’s a quiet man often found at public meetings or out mowing ditches, cleaning windows or walking shelter dogs as he works to improve Craig and Moffat County. That quiet man — Ken Wergin of Craig — was recognized for his efforts Wednesday during the 10th Annual City, County and United Way Volunteer Appreciation Day reception held at the Museum of Northwest Colorado.
Rangely and Craig earth moves from 3.7 and 3.9 tremors
The earth made some rumbles at about 11 a.m. on Earth Day, Saturday when a minor earthquake originating roughly 3 miles west, northwest of Rangley left some people feeling shaken.
Adult volunteers are needed to help in running the high school prom after-party this Saturday. “We need volunteers throughout the night from 9 p.m. to about 3 a.m.,” said organizer Dawneen Bennett.
Adventures will soon come to life at Craig Christian Church through a series of riddle rooms designed for entertainment, team building and fundraising for the church’s youth.
Year in and year out, the Craig community pulls together to help families and friends in need. Thursday was no different when service staff at JW Snack’s Bar & Grill donated their tips to help a Craig family whose four children all suffer from a rare malformation called Chiari.
Moseying across fertile valleys and tumbling through lonely canyons flows Colorado’s most precious resource — water. Water from the Yampa River feeds our communities, our farms and our industry. The ever-growing thirst for more water in the west is behind a renewed push to use this water wisely and that is creating challenges for many managers including the shareholders of the Maybell Irrigation Ditch located about 30 miles west of Craig.
Donations from the community and outside benefactors provided Hayden Public Library with 95 new children’s’ books worth $1,600.
Craig and Moffat County are seeking 200 volunteers to help the long list of partners to hold one of the largest ever Craig cleanup events taking place in May.
Applications needed as soon as possible for home improvement help from community group
The Moffat County Fuller Center for Housing is looking for low-income homeowners of all ages including veterans and/or the disabled in need of a little help with their homes.