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Top 10 Craig Press stories for Oct. 13 to 19: Councilor concerns, car chase, cardboard cavalcade

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1. Craig city councilor facing felony charges; 5,519

Craig city councilor facing felony charges

2. Craig officials react to arrest of Councilman Brian MacKenzie; 2,126

Craig officials react to arrest of Councilman Brian MacKenzie

3. Routt County homicide victim last seen in Craig before body discovered near Yampa; 1,839

Routt County homicide victim last seen in Craig before body discovered near Yampa

4. The surprisingly sustainable case for coal; 1,197

The surprisingly sustainable case for coal

5. Northwest Colorado man held at gunpoint, arrested on 4th DUI charge after Highway 40 pursuit; 868

Northwest Colorado man held at gunpoint, arrested on 4th DUI charge after Highway 40 pursuit

6. Craig City Council accepts embattled councilman’s resignation; 618

Craig City Council accepts embattled councilman’s resignation

7. Police searching for driver who fled traffic stop: On the Record — Oct. 10; 585

Police searching for driver who fled traffic stop: On the Record — Oct. 10

8. Owner sees consequences after vicious dog bite: On the Record — Oct. 16; 543

Owner sees consequences after vicious dog bite: On the Record — Oct. 16

9. Western Slope communities rally behind injured football player from Grand Valley; 531

Western Slope communities rally behind injured football player from Grand Valley

10. Moffat County football mixes it up with Aspen for Homecoming; 636

Sink or swim: Moffat County cardboard boat races float along for Homecoming fun, learning



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