The city of Craig has scrapped plans to put a dog park by Moffat County High School.
District Attorney Brett Barkey announced his resignation, effective July 1, late Friday afternoon.
A group of Craig residents aren’t giving up their fight to halt the city’s plans to use monochloramine for treating the city’s ailing water system. Nadja Rider started the Craig CO Water Discussion on Facebook...
The bureaucracy in place to protect public lands could keep a new 100-mile trail race from coming to Moffat County for another two years.
Well, one of the most contentious sessions in the history of the Colorado Legislature has come to a close, not with a bang but almost a whimper and we were all headed home before midnight on the last day. I’m not sure whether to report on the bad, the good or the just plain ugly moments.
The Moffat County Libraries system will “drop dead” in six months, officials say, less than one year after the Moffat County Board of County Commissioners gutted 77 percent of the system’s funding.
Hayden could see acceptance of its first retail pot shop in the coming months after the Hayden Town Council gave unanimous approval for an ordinance that would create an application process for aspiring dispensary owners.
It took a trial and subsequent acquittal of a Moffat County School District teacher followed by months of bumps in the legislative road along the way, but Colorado’s sexting bill was finally signed into law on Monday, May 6 by Colorado Gov. Jared Polis.
About a week after Dinosaur National Monument announced it received a special designation from the International Dark Sky Association recognizing the skies above Dinosaur for low light pollution ideal for stargazing and the community for actively protecting their dark skies for future visitors, Moffat County’s Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday approved a letter to new Park Superintendent Paul Scolari wanting to know why commissioners were never consulted about the park’s plans.
One of Colorado’s most experienced firearms instructors was on hand over the weekend to help a select few Craig residents better understand the awesome responsibility of carrying a concealed handgun.
Colorado wildlife officials are reluctant to OK gray wolf reintroduction, so advocates want voters to do it
After 40 years of battling to restore wolf populations in the Southwest, Northern Rockies and Great Lakes states, the legal, political and biological war for wolves is coming to Colorado.
A grand jury has completed its months-long investigation into the Dinosaur Town Council.
Craig Press Publisher Renee Campbell invites the community to join Coffee & a Newspaper, set for 7 a.m. Wednesday, May 1, at the east Kum & Go, 700 E. Victory Way.
John Ponikvar may have lost his bid for reelection as Craig’s mayor, but one of Craig’s most active community servants isn’t letting a municipal election defeat stop him.
Drivers who venture onto Interstate 70 in the mountains in two-wheel-drive cars with standard tires during colder months — even on sunny days — are expected to be put on notice soon: That won’t fly anymore.
On Tuesday, April 23, Craig City Council saw a shakeup in leadership as newly elected officials took office.
Moffat County is officially a player in a major natural gas export plan spanning several western states all the way to the Pacific Ocean.
City sales tax collection is trailing projections.
Craig City Council will swear in newly elected councilors Paul James, Steven Mazzuca and Brian MacKenzie, as well as Jarrod Ogden as the town's new mayor during its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 23 at council chambers, 300 W. Fourth St.
The group working to bring a recreation center to Craig is reexamining plans to acquire a large, currently unused building as they release a new map of their proposed taxing district.