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Top 10 Craig Press stories for Feb. 3 to 9: Rockslide recount, cougar encounters, inspiring recovery

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1. 5 seconds from death: Eyewitness to Glenwood Canyon rockslide recounts ordeal; 2,291

5 seconds from death: Eyewitness to Glenwood Canyon rockslide recounts ordeal

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2. Class-action lawsuit alleges Western Slope funeral home maintained network for sale of dead body parts; 2,064

Class-action lawsuit alleges Western Slope funeral home maintained network for sale of dead body parts

3. How trail runner attacked by mountain lion in Larimer County killed the animal; 1,691

How trail runner attacked by mountain lion in Larimer County killed the animal

4. Several hospitalized after collision west of Craig; 1,503

Several hospitalized after collision west of Craig

5. Steamboat fireworks fanatic sets sights on world record; 1,296

Steamboat fireworks fanatic sets sights on world record

6. State wildlife officials rid West Glenwood of 5 mountain lions; 851

State wildlife officials rid West Glenwood of 5 mountain lions

7. Moffat County looking to fill open jobs; 838

Moffat County looking to fill open jobs

8. Employee charged with stealing $62K from Steamboat marijuana dispensary by fibbing on time cards; 805

Employee charged with stealing $62K from Steamboat marijuana dispensary by fibbing on time cards

9. Charlee Shaw continues to make strides on long road to recovery; 773

Charlee Shaw continues to make strides on long road to recovery

10. Multiple arrests made over the weekend: On the Record — Feb. 1 through 3; 744

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