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Top 10 Craig Press stories for March 24 to 30: Cop changes, gutsy gymnast, transit terror

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1. 20 years of coppin’: Craig Police Department consolidation talks lead to departure of longtime officer Brian Soper; 2,061

20 years of coppin’: Craig Police Department consolidation talks lead to departure of longtime officer Brian Soper

2. Steamboat school bus driver crashes, goes into cardiac arrest with students on board; 1,803

Steamboat school bus driver crashes, goes into cardiac arrest with students on board

3. Still standing: Craig gymnast Jessica Womble back in competition 10 months after car accident, amputation; 1,211

Still standing: Craig gymnast Jessica Womble back in competition 10 months after car accident, amputation

4. Law enforcement on the lookout for missing Western Slope man; 808

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Law enforcement on the lookout for missing Western Slope man

5. 36-year-old Craig man jailed on domestic violence, assault charges: On the Record — March 25; 753

36-year-old Craig man jailed on domestic violence, assault charges: On the Record — March 25

6. Geoffrey Duzik remains in Moffat County jail awaiting services at state hospital; 717

Geoffrey Duzik remains in Moffat County jail awaiting services at state hospital

7. John Kinkaid: Candidates’ plans raise concerns; 679

John Kinkaid: Candidates’ plans raise concerns

8. Colorado Senate passes red flag gun bill; 612

Colorado Senate passes red flag gun bill

9. Ranchers, environmental educators Betsy and Geoff Blakeslee say goodbye to Carpenter Ranch after 23 years; 596

Ranchers, environmental educators Betsy and Geoff Blakeslee say goodbye to Carpenter Ranch after 23 years

10. Stronger and stronger: Craig native Jasen Kettle pushes past own record weight in bench press event; 587

Stronger and stronger: Craig native Jasen Kettle pushes past own record weight in bench press event

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