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Top 10 Craig Press stories for Jan. 12 to 18: Telling testimony, congressman column, driving dilemmas

Craig Press Staff

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1. Craig Police investigating alleged sexual assault at MCHS; 4,474

Craig Police investigating alleged sexual assault at MCHS

2. Congressman Scott Tipton: Not much for Craig to celebrate in Denver-controlled energy requirements; 2,520

Congressman Scott Tipton: Not much for Craig to celebrate in Denver-controlled energy requirements

3. Highway 40 closes from Steamboat to Kremmling due to poor conditions; 2,487

Highway 40 closes from Steamboat to Kremmling due to poor conditions

4. Tri-State Generation to close all 3 of its Colorado, New Mexico coal-fired power plants and coal mines by 2030; 2,447

Tri-State Generation to close all 3 of its Colorado, New Mexico coal-fired power plants and coal mines by 2030

5. Craig man pleads not guilty, is awarded jury trial in child sexual assault, incest case; 2,431

Craig man pleads not guilty, is awarded jury trial in child sexual assault, incest case

6. Op-Ed: An open letter to the Northwest Colorado community; 2,328

Op-Ed: An open letter to the Northwest Colorado community

7. Morriss: Trapper Mine likely to close between 2026-30; 2,275

Morriss: Trapper Mine likely to close between 2026-30

8. ‘It wasn’t supposed to happen’: Testimony in murder case hearing focuses on confessions; 2,218

‘It wasn’t supposed to happen’: Testimony in murder case hearing focuses on confessions

9. Despite three ER doctors leaving MRH, rural hospital still has 24/7 coverage; 1,757

Despite three ER doctors leaving MRH, rural hospital still has 24/7 coverage

10. Crime Briefs: Stolen earbuds turns into meth bust for Craig man; 1,186

Crime Briefs: Stolen earbuds turns into meth bust for Craig man


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