Anticipating steep declines in local and state revenues next year, Colorado Northwestern Community College will restructure to cut the budget without compromising student services. “The fact is we will be receiving approximate $1.3 million less for next year’s budget,” said CNCC President Granger in a news release.
Community pride and branding is third on a list of top priorities among individuals and groups trying to grow the local economy.
Patients in Craig may be one step closer to more convenient care as the hospital board adopts a new master site plan to build a medical clinic next to the Memorial Hospital.
Student achievers from across Colorado's Community College System were inducted into the “All Colorado Academic Team” on March 8 in Denver and included two students from CNCC.
The Northwest Colorado Community Health Partnership isn’t new — it has operated under Northwest Colorado Health for years — but the organization recently branched off, gaining 501c3 nonprofit status and its independence.
Federal, State and Local law enforcement to conduct saturation patrols
Law enforcement will be out this St. Patrick’s Day holiday looking for drivers operating their vehicles while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.
People struggling to overcome poverty in Craig and Moffat County may have a better chance after a $50,000 grant was awarded on Tuesday to Moffat County United Way for the “Bridges Out of Poverty” program.
The 22 companies and their employees who contributed the 2017 Moffat County United Way community campaign were honored at a luncheon Tuesday at the Clarion Inn & Suites in Craig.
Real estate professionals credit President Trump’s support of coal to creating confidence
Property sales doubled in February 2017 from the same time last year and area real estate professionals credit President Donald Trump’s support of the coal industry as the reason behind buyer confidence.
Application accepted prior to silent auction sales
The 43 wild horses removed from Sand Wash Basin between November and January will be ready for adoption in April. The Bureau of Land Management removed the horses during an on-going bait and trap operation. After capture, the horses were transported to BLM’s wild horse holding facility in Canon City where they have been prepared for adoption.