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Top 10 Craig Press stories for Feb. 2 to 8: Rancher recognition, commission conversation, Western Slope woes

Craig Press Staff

Article; number of online pageviews

1. Two men – one a Craig resident – arrested on child rape charges; 7,084

Two men – one a Craig resident – arrested on child rape charges

2. Judge lowers Craig woman’s bond on misdemeanor charges; 3,756

Judge lowers Craig woman’s bond on misdemeanor charges

3. Craig woman arrested on charges of concealing death of infant; 2,763

Craig woman arrested on charges of concealing death of infant

4. Crime Briefs: Man violates protection order after getting caught drinking at local bar; 1,265

Crime Briefs: Man violates protection order after getting caught drinking at local bar

5. Moffat County ranchers honored as Conservationist of the Year; 1,179

Moffat County ranchers honored as Conservationist of the Year

6. City councilman Tony Bohrer announces plan to run for county commissioner’s seat; 1,112

City councilman Tony Bohrer announces plan to run for county commissioner’s seat

7. Crime Briefs: Traffic stop leads to drug bust, lands two in jail; 1,080

Crime Briefs: Traffic stop leads to drug bust, lands two in jail

8. Police: 5-year-old Rifle girl died after drinking meth-laced water; 1,023

Police: 5-year-old Rifle girl died after drinking meth-laced water

9. Rifle man accused of attempted murder; 862

Rifle man accused of attempted murder

10. DA charges Kremmling police chief with multiple counts of misconduct, false reporting; 695

DA charges Kremmling police chief with multiple counts of misconduct, false reporting


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