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Top 10 Craig Press stories for March 1 to 7: Conclusion on the court, Just Transition talks, health happenings

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1. 1st Colorado patient testing positive for coronavirus confirmed on Western Slope; 3,623

1st Colorado patient testing positive for coronavirus confirmed on Western Slope

2. Will Just Transition be a ‘just’ transition?; 1,849

Will Just Transition be a ‘just’ transition?

3. Craig man arrested on 2018 warrants, transported back to Moffat County; 1,347

Craig man arrested on 2018 warrants, transported back to Moffat County

4. Craig woman has date set for arraignment on multiple charges; 1,293

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Craig woman has date set for arraignment on multiple charges

5. Moffat County Sheriff’s Office, Craig Police Department selling impound vehicles to public; 1,152

Moffat County Sheriff’s Office, Craig Police Department selling impound vehicles to public

6. Just Transition meeting a time for state to listen closely to Craig and Moffat County’s needs; 997

Just Transition meeting a time for state to listen closely to Craig and Moffat County’s needs

7. State health officials identify additional presumptive cases of coronavirus; 902

State health officials identify additional presumptive cases of coronavirus

8. Craig man pleads guilty to identity theft, concealing death charges; 747

Craig man pleads guilty to identity theft, concealing death charges

9. Moffat County hoopsters put up fierce postseason competition vs. Jefferson Academy; 743

Moffat County hoopsters put up fierce postseason competition vs. Jefferson Academy

10. Trial date set for former Craig City Councilman accused of child sex-related crimes; 726

Trial date set for former Craig City Councilman accused of child sex-related crimes


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