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Top 10 Craig Press stories for March 31 to April 6: Water woes, election outcomes, court comeuppance

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1. Craig mother charged in son’s Christmas Eve fire death; 8,058

Craig mother charged in son’s Christmas Eve fire death

2. From the Editor: I have some news ; 3,558

From the Editor: I have some news

3. District attorney charges two in January crash at Craig Cemetery; 2,999

District attorney charges two in January crash at Craig Cemetery

4. Craig election results determine city council, mayor positions; 2,248

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Craig election results determine city council, mayor positions

5. Live Craig municipal election updates ; 1,755

Live Craig municipal election updates

6. Vanessa Jenkins bonds out after negligent child abuse death charge; next court appearance later this month; 1,208

Vanessa Jenkins bonds out after negligent child abuse death charge; next court appearance later this month

7. New Craig mayor, councilmen react to successful election campaigns; 1,130

New Craig mayor, councilmen react to successful election campaigns

8. CDOT to begin reconstruction, widening project on Colorado Highway 13 next week; 979

CDOT to begin reconstruction, widening project on Colorado Highway 13 next week

9. Decades after 70 percent of her body was burned in house fire, Colorado mom vies for beauty pageant crown; 975

Decades after 70 percent of her body was burned in house fire, Colorado mom vies for beauty pageant crown

10. Concerned about health effects, Craig residents sour on monochloramine in city’s water; 858

Concerned about health effects, Craig residents sour on monochloramine in city’s water



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