Top 10 Craig Press stories for Dec. 15 to 21: MRH murmurings, missing woman found, bittersweet anniversary | CraigDailyPress.com

Top 10 Craig Press stories for Dec. 15 to 21: MRH murmurings, missing woman found, bittersweet anniversary

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1. Memorial Regional Health announces potential letter of intent with SCL Health amid financial turmoil; 4,175

Memorial Regional Health announces potential letter of intent with SCL Health amid financial turmoil

2. Craig police seeking to ID woman possibly connected to death; 3,657

Craig police seeking to ID woman possibly connected to death

3. Moffat County woman ID’d in fatal crash believed to have occurred in early November; 3,087

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Moffat County woman ID’d in fatal crash believed to have occurred in early November

4. Craig police arrest two in stolen vehicle case; 1,738

Craig police arrest two in stolen vehicle case

5. Snowmobiler dies in Buffalo Pass accident; 1,723

Snowmobiler dies in Buffalo Pass accident

6. Children involved in weekend domestic violence incident; 1,492

Children involved in weekend domestic violence incident

7. Moffat County High School student dies in collision with semi truck; 1,400

Moffat County High School student dies in collision with semi truck

8. Craig police arrest third suspect on vehicle theft, other felony charges; 1,394

Craig police arrest third suspect on vehicle theft, other felony charges

9. Declining birth rates locally, financial issues reasoning behind OB/GYN suspension at MRH; 1,327

Declining birth rates locally, financial issues reasoning behind OB/GYN suspension at MRH

10. Residents express concerns, frustrations at Thursday’s MRH Board of Trustees meeting; 1,103

Residents express concerns, frustrations at Thursday’s MRH Board of Trustees meeting


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