Top 10 Craig Press stories for Aug. 25 to 31: Teacher talk, farming frenzy, cinema changes | CraigDailyPress.com

Top 10 Craig Press stories for Aug. 25 to 31: Teacher talk, farming frenzy, cinema changes

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1. Gov. Jared Polis recall initiative nears final signature deadline; 2,104

Gov. Jared Polis recall initiative nears final signature deadline

2. Mother pleads not guilty in son’s Christmas Eve fire death; 1,979

Mother pleads not guilty in son’s Christmas Eve fire death

3. Craig man tries to run from Routt County police, found with meth, heroin; 1,971

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Craig man tries to run from Routt County police, found with meth, heroin

4. Haywire hay day: Quick thinking helps Moffat County woman avoid farming disaster; 1,645

Haywire hay day: Quick thinking helps Moffat County woman avoid farming disaster

5. Fugitive found dead in car in Grand County one year after being charged with child sex assault; 1,561

Fugitive found dead in car in Grand County one year after being charged with child sex assault

6. Fire north of Craig does damage; 1,227

Fire north of Craig does damage

7. Last picture show: Craig’s West Theater to shut down for renovations under new owners; 1,008

Last picture show: Craig’s West Theater to shut down for renovations under new owners

8. New teachers in Moffat County School District share their motivations; 991

New teachers in Moffat County School District share their motivations

9. Man, woman identified, arrested after burglary: On the Record — Aug. 23 to 26; 857

Man, woman identified, arrested after burglary: On the Record — Aug. 23 to 26

10. From hobbies to hunting: PackCenter Shipping sees success with outdoors clients; 856

From hobbies to hunting: PackCenter Shipping sees success with outdoors clients



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