Top 10 Craig Press stories for April 14 to 20: Auto incidents, hunting hangup, prom prettiness | CraigDailyPress.com

Top 10 Craig Press stories for April 14 to 20: Auto incidents, hunting hangup, prom prettiness

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1. Motorcyclists seriously injured in downtown Craig; 6,598

Updated: Motorcyclists seriously injured in downtown Craig


2. Craig man arrested on felony hit-and-run, other charges; 2,385

Craig man arrested on felony hit-and-run, other charges

3. Colorado teen fined nearly $20K for killing moose illegally; 1,770

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Colorado teen fined nearly $20K for killing moose illegally

4. Starry night: Moffat County prom shines; 1,770

Starry night: Moffat County prom shines

5. Holding pattern: Moffat County sheriff, Craig police chief willing to fight state’s red flag law; 1,137

Holding pattern: Moffat County sheriff, Craig police chief willing to fight state’s red flag law

6. Craig woman arrested on drug, tampering charges : On the Record — April 15 ; 729

Craig woman arrested on drug, tampering charges : On the Record — April 15 

7. Stolen bike in Moffat County lands Utah man in jail; 725

Stolen bike in Moffat County lands Utah man in jail

8. Woman ‘infatuated’ with Columbine found dead after school shooting concerns; 719

Woman ‘infatuated’ with Columbine found dead after school shooting concerns

9. Moffat County High School Principal Kyle York to resign after 2 years; 673

Moffat County High School Principal Kyle York to resign after 2 years

10. Hometown Hero: Marcus Johnson’s positive personality beloved by Craig; 647

Hometown Hero: Marcus Johnson’s positive personality beloved by Craig

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