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Top 10 Craig Press stories for Nov. 24 to 30: Chaos in the clink, bijou beacon, historic homicide

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1. Craig woman pleads guilty in 2018 Christmas Eve fire that killed 3-year-old son; 4,494

Updated: Craig woman pleads guilty in 2018 Christmas Eve fire that killed 3-year-old son

2. DA charges couple shown pulling horse behind pickup in viral video; 2,780

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

3. Craig Fire/Rescue responds to blaze at Frontier Apartments; 2,295

Craig Fire/Rescue responds to blaze at Frontier Apartments

4. Coming soon: West Theatre set to reopen Dec. 6 after near four-month closure; 1,796

Coming soon: West Theatre set to reopen Dec. 6 after near four-month closure

5. Craig woman facing felony theft charges in Sephora gift card scheme; 1,640

Craig woman facing felony theft charges in Sephora gift card scheme

6. Moffat County Jail inmate said he punched the wrong guy in felony assault case; 1,488

Moffat County Jail inmate said he punched the wrong guy in felony assault case

7. Young adults get kicked out of Craig grocery store: On the Record — Monday, Nov. 25; 1,426

Young adults get kicked out of Craig grocery store: On the Record — Monday, Nov. 25

8. TransWest nearing construction of 90-mile high-voltage line in Moffat County; 1,197

TransWest nearing construction of 90-mile high-voltage line in Moffat County

9. Police say man was in a funk during jealous brawl; 1,163

Police say man was in a funk during jealous brawl

10. History in Focus: The Black Widow of Yampa; 921

History in Focus: The Black Widow of Yampa



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