Did you know that your children should see their primary care physician every year through the age of 21, and even more frequently up until age 2 ½?
With a new name and newly reworked headquarters, Hope Pregnancy Center of Moffat County looks to aid families of Northwest Colorado.
Aside from getting attacked by a bear, there’s perhaps no worse way to spoil a camping trip than by coming down with sickness or experiencing an injury.
A blend of Northwest Colorado imagery and splashy colors now greets Craig drivers and pedestrians.
Planting the seeds of knowledge: Northwest Colorado kids learn ecological lessons on scourge of leafy spurge
A group of children adventured to two parks this week to learn about a green ecological terror threatening Northwest Colorado.
It was raging at more than 10,000 cubic feet per second and still hasn’t relinquished much of the low-lying areas of Craig, but the Yampa River’s baseflow continues its drop after peaking June 23.
Hayden native Mallory McGowen poses with some of the students she taught at a school in Esekë, Albania, during her recent stint in the Peace Corps.
The 99-year-old Yampa Building will not be utilized for a rehabilitation center for substance abuse addicts after a special meeting held Tuesday, July 9.
It’s technically bathing suit season, but seven months into the year is a time when New Year’s resolutions have become long forgotten.
With so much standing water in the Yampa Valley, officials may need to spend more tax dollars controlling the mosquito population and the diseases they carry.
Colorado residents and businesses with unwanted paint in and around Craig and Hayden can get the material off their hands with free paint recycling events.
Yampa Valley Pregnancy & Family Center recently announced it will reopen as Hope Pregnancy Center on Monday, July 8.
Northwest Colorado Health will host the Rubber Ducky Race for Hospice August 3 at Moffat County Balloon Festival.
From swimming incidents to sunburns to mosquito attacks, it’s easy for a fun day to turn miserable for children who aren’t properly prepared for summertime fun.
Recently there’s been a lot of talk about finding ways to better our community, some of these conversations have been wonderful and have led to interesting idea proposals for plans for the future but often it seems to stay at just that, talking. While it is important that these conversations are being had, they’re the vital first step in creating any plan for work in the community, there needs to be some action taken.
Conservation groups are taking to the courts to stop the Bureau of Land Management from selling oil and gas leases on public lands in Utah and Northwest Colorado.
Registration is open for the 19th annual Memorial Regional Health Foundation Golf Tournament.
Taking in all the sights: Fuller Center Bike Adventure spruces up Craig as part of national cycling ride
Every year, Jeff Bracken sees a little less of the world. So to raise awareness and fight back against the Usher Syndrome Type 2 that’s taken much of his sight and hearing, Bracken, 33, of Shelbyville, Kentucky, joined the Fuller Center Bike Adventure across the United States, which made its way through Craig this week.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — It’s currently unsafe to tube the Yampa River through Steamboat Springs. High flows on the river have delayed tubing season this year. “Recreating on the Yampa is best left to experts right...
After keeping our feet prisoners throughout the long cold-weather season, many Coloradans are excited to set their feet free in the summertime without considering health and safety.