Yesenia Robles is a student at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She is a senior majoring in Journalism who hopes to graduate in December 2009. She is currently completing a 6 week summer internship at the Craig Daily Press through the help of the Colorado Press Association. Recently she completed an internship with the Greeley Tribune.
With a world leaving people in hard times, one local woman said she wants to go around the country to bring some light back to women.
This weekend, horse enthusiasts showed off their prized possessions at the Moffat County Fairgrounds arena.
Wild cats don't always recover, but once in a while, it's possible. "Sometimes they come around after a few days," said Ann Anderson, vice president for the Humane Society of Moffat County.
A local Hispanic leader sees potential stumbling blocks for a local effort to get a complete count in next year's census.
For athletic youths who can't wait to get on the field to knock helmets, Doak Walker Football is just what they need. Through school teams, youths must wait until seventh grade before they can join a football team.
With 10 minutes left in the second half, the soccer teams were tied Sunday morning at Loudy-Simpson Park.
This year's Craig Relay For Life, an annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, almost didn't happen.
Man from Texas on his way to Washington with large cross on his back
With $5 in his pocket and a 12-foot cross on his back, James Strickland left Longview, Texas, on foot 11 weeks ago hoping to make his way to Aberdeen, Wash.
Jewelry is going big and bold this summer to accent the modern trends of fashion. "With the fashion trends of the summer, jewelry really stands out everywhere," said Elsie Hernandez, owner of One Way Fashions, 18 W. Victory Way, in Craig.
The blind cane now is used only occasionally, and the doctor visits are further apart, but Jose Cruz's world still is blurry shapes and dull shadows.