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Top 10 Craig Press stories for Feb. 24 to March 2: Water worries, traffic tidbits, snowmobiler casualty

Craig Press Staff

1. Craig man found dead after snowmobiling outside Yampa; 3,571

Craig man found dead after snowmobiling outside Yampa

2. District Attorney issues new round of Dinosaur subpoenas; 1,954

District Attorney issues new round of Dinosaur subpoenas

3. Longtime Craig resident died of hypothermia after snowmobile broke down; 1,944

Longtime Craig resident died of hypothermia after snowmobile broke down

4. Craig officials work to assuage water woes after social media backlash; 1,264

Craig officials work to assuage water woes after social media backlash

5. Moffat County School District enters negotiations with Memorial Regional Health for transfer of Yampa Building as new substance treatment center; 1,197

Moffat County School District enters negotiations with Memorial Regional Health for transfer of Yampa Building as new substance treatment center

6. Man who fled, engaged in standoff with police on Highway 40 now facing multiple felony charges; 1,066

Man who fled, engaged in standoff with police on Highway 40 now facing multiple felony charges

7. Museum Monday: Iles Grove — 134 years old and the last of its kind; 920

Museum Monday: Iles Grove — 134 years old and the last of its kind

8. Northwest Colorado law enforcement reacts to gun bill in Denver; 756

Northwest Colorado law enforcement reacts to gun bill in Denver

9. Lengthy roadwork project to slow Craig traffic on Highway 40; 733

Lengthy roadwork project to slow Craig traffic on Highway 40

10. Cops break up Craig couple’s citywide fight over car keys: On the Record — Feb. 28; 674

https://www.craigdailypress.com/news/cops-break-up-craig-couples-citywide-fight-over-car-keys-on-the-record-feb-28/


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