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Top 10 Craig Press stories for July 7 to 13: Water woes, road rot, historic building hitch

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1. Victim identified in Green River drowning incident; 2,773

Victim identified in Green River drowning incident

2. CBI issues Endangered Missing Person Alert for Western Slope family; 2,469

Updated: CBI issues Endangered Missing Person Alert for Western Slope family

3. Colorado man catches record fish the size of a 7-year-old child; 2,089

Colorado man catches record fish the size of a 7-year-old child

4. 1 dead in Saturday rafting accident near Dinosaur National Monument; 1,634

1 dead in Saturday rafting accident near Dinosaur National Monument

5. Owner of Northwest Colorado game hunting ranch convicted of importing prohibited sheep; 1,286

Owner of Northwest Colorado game hunting ranch convicted of importing prohibited sheep

6. Man shot in Hayden after allegedly stealing four-wheeler; 1,195

Man shot in Hayden after allegedly stealing four-wheeler

7. Highway embankment collapses near Rifle; 1,084

Highway embankment collapses near Rifle

8. Shadow Mountain drug bust nets multiple substances, arrests of 3 Craig residents; 1,007

Shadow Mountain drug bust nets multiple substances, arrests of 3 Craig residents

9. Memorial Regional Health rescinds offer on Moffat County School District’s Yampa Building; 1,006

Memorial Regional Health rescinds offer on Moffat County School District’s Yampa Building

10. Plane crash that killed family near Glenwood Springs blamed on pilot’s decision-making, weather; 799

Plane crash that killed family near Glenwood Springs blamed on pilot’s decision-making, weather



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