Top 10 Craig Press stories for Nov. 17 to 23: Elk encounter, literary lawsuit, council considerations | CraigDailyPress.com

Top 10 Craig Press stories for Nov. 17 to 23: Elk encounter, literary lawsuit, council considerations

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1. Four injured in two-vehicle crash near Hamilton; 2,671

Four injured in two-vehicle crash near Hamilton

2. Former 4-H coach sentenced to jail in student thefts; 1,760

Former 4-H coach sentenced to jail in student thefts

3. CPW uncovers several hunting violations during check-station at Yampa River State Park; 1,365

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CPW uncovers several hunting violations during check-station at Yampa River State Park

4. CPW believes unique antlers were target for culprits who killed bull elk near Dinosaur; 1,245

CPW believes unique antlers were target for culprits who killed bull elk near Dinosaur

5. Steamboat family recruits help of religious rights attorney over ‘Howl’ controversy; 1,044

Steamboat family recruits help of religious rights attorney over ‘Howl’ controversy

6. Western Slope man sought after disappearing during trial for sexual assault on a child; 1,018

Western Slope man sought after disappearing during trial for sexual assault on a child

7. At least seven vying for vacant City Council seat; 804

At least seven vying for vacant City Council seat

8. GoFundMe started to raise money for victims of weekend structure fire near Elk Mountain; 778

GoFundMe started to raise money for victims of weekend structure fire near Elk Mountain

9. South Routt high schooler arrested for allegedly threatening to bring gun to school; 776

South Routt high schooler arrested for allegedly threatening to bring gun to school

10. Fire on Green Street in Craig contained Saturday; 684

Fire on Green Street in Craig contained Saturday



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