Top 10 Craig Press stories for Aug. 11 to 17: Fair festivities, multi-county car chase, two-bit thievery | CraigDailyPress.com

Top 10 Craig Press stories for Aug. 11 to 17: Fair festivities, multi-county car chase, two-bit thievery

Article; number of online pageviews

1. Sunday driver: Craig man involved in chase, spike stop, arrest on Highway 40 in alleged stolen vehicle; 2,271

Sunday driver: Craig man involved in chase, spike stop, arrest on Highway 40 in alleged stolen vehicle

2. Steamboat man faces kidnapping charge after forcing Walmart employee around store; 1,652

Steamboat man faces kidnapping charge after forcing Walmart employee around store

3. Man dies during Steamboat Stinger race; 1,547

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Updated: Man dies during Steamboat Stinger race

4. Mathers bartender thwarts Monday night quarter heist; 1,516

Mathers bartender thwarts Monday night quarter heist

5. Mountain lion killed after attacking hunter near Kremmling; 1,420

Mountain lion killed after attacking hunter near Kremmling

6. El Niño is officially over. What does that mean for winter 2019-20 in Colorado?; 1,129

El Niño is officially over. What does that mean for winter 2019-20 in Colorado?

7. Coroner determines cause of death for racer who collapsed during Steamboat Stinger; 779

Coroner determines cause of death for racer who collapsed during Steamboat Stinger

8. 101 photos from the 101st Moffat County Fair; 757

101 photos from the 101st Moffat County Fair

9. Craig Fire/Rescue, BLM take on grass fire on Highway 13; 711

Craig Fire/Rescue, BLM take on grass fire on Highway 13

10. Litter in the river: From pregnancy test to poop, surprising finds during 2019 Yampa River Cleanup; 645

Litter in the river: From pregnancy test to poop, surprising finds during 2019 Yampa River Cleanup



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