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Top 10 Craig Press stories for Dec. 8 to 14: Hospital hullabaloo, cross-country Cannonball, new faces on the force

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1. Memorial Regional Health suspends OB services indefinitely; 5,835

Memorial Regional Health suspends OB services indefinitely

2. They drove from NYC to LA in 27.5 hours at an average speed of 103 mph, but had to slow down in Colorado; 4,503

They drove from NYC to LA in 27.5 hours at an average speed of 103 mph, but had to slow down in Colorado

3. Living legend: Craig’s John Jepkema seeks world record as oldest man to hike Grand Canyon rim-to-rim; 1,396

Living legend: Craig’s John Jepkema seeks world record as oldest man to hike Grand Canyon rim-to-rim

4. Craig police help with unattended death Friday: On the Record — Thursday, Dec. 5 – Sunday, Dec. 8; 1,393

Craig police help with unattended death Friday: On the Record — Thursday, Dec. 5 – Sunday, Dec. 8

5. Crash across from KOA in Craig sends one to the hospital; 1,385

Crash across from KOA in Craig sends one to the hospital

6. Two new Craig police officers to hit the streets soon; 1,326

Two new Craig police officers to hit the streets soon

7. Police: Craig man threatened recently hospitalized lover with gun; 983

Police: Craig man threatened recently hospitalized lover with gun

8. Steamboat officer fined after pleading no contest to shooting man’s dog; 587

Steamboat officer fined after pleading no contest to shooting man’s dog

9. Craig City Council passes final marijuana ordinance with a seven license limit; 515

Craig City Council passes final marijuana ordinance with a seven license limit

10. Editorial: We’re not going anywhere; 508

Editorial: We’re not going anywhere


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