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Top 10 Craig Press stories for Jan. 19 to 25: Howling mad, health happenings, inmate incident

Craig Press Staff

Article; number of online pageviews

1. CPW officers confirm latest wolf pack sighting in Moffat County; 3,532

CPW officers confirm latest wolf pack sighting in Moffat County

2. Crime Briefs: Blown-out headlight leads to high-speed chase; 2,149

Crime Briefs: Blown-out headlight leads to high-speed chase

3. Patient visits at Steamboat clinic rise for MRH; 1,711

Patient visits at Steamboat clinic rise for MRH

4. Despite three ER doctors leaving MRH, rural hospital still has 24/7 coverage; 1,555

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

5. Northwest Colorado drone pilots didn’t get outcome they wanted, but efforts helped find missing man; 1,550

Northwest Colorado drone pilots didn’t get outcome they wanted, but efforts helped find missing man

6. DA will not seek death penalty for murder suspects; Ellifritz pleads not guilty; 1,523

DA will not seek death penalty for murder suspects; Ellifritz pleads not guilty

7. Inmate caught with meth at Moffat County Jail; 1,313

Inmate caught with meth at Moffat County Jail

8. Memorial Regional Health announces joint partnership with Steamboat Orthopaedic and Spine Institute; 1,287

Memorial Regional Health announces joint partnership with Steamboat Orthopaedic and Spine Institute

9. Due diligence period moves forward between MRH and SCL Health; 1,076

Due diligence period moves forward between MRH and SCL Health

10. County retires crusher for the season, announces upcoming landfill supervisor hire; 881

County retires crusher for the season, announces upcoming landfill supervisor hire


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