Top 10 Craig Press stories for Sept. 29 to Oct. 5: Fast food foil, fundraiser fellowship, wildlife worries | CraigDailyPress.com

Top 10 Craig Press stories for Sept. 29 to Oct. 5: Fast food foil, fundraiser fellowship, wildlife worries

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1. Craig woman, business owner charged with theft from 4-H shooting program; 2,888

Craig woman, business owner charged with theft from 4-H shooting program

2. CPW seeks suspects of illegal killing of trophy elk in Moffat County; 2,117

CPW seeks suspects of illegal killing of trophy elk in Moffat County

3. Rollover near Walden claims driver’s life; 1,426

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Rollover near Walden claims driver’s life

4. Craig McDonald’s closes temporarily Thursday; 1,380

Craig McDonald’s closes temporarily Thursday

5. Accused Mathers quarter thief caught on delinquency charges; 1,279

Accused Mathers quarter thief caught on delinquency charges

6. Steamboat business owner arrested after allegedly imprisoning police inside restaurant; 828

Steamboat business owner arrested after allegedly imprisoning police inside restaurant

7. Craig police arrest 26-year-old on host of drug charges: On the Record — Oct. 1; 826

Craig police arrest 26-year-old on host of drug charges: On the Record — Oct. 1

8. Moffat County commissioners axe courthouse upgrades for old Kmart feasibility study; 694

Moffat County commissioners axe courthouse upgrades for old Kmart feasibility study

9. Police catch Craig, Rifle bank robbery suspect; 655

Police catch Craig, Rifle bank robbery suspect

10. Mark Zimmerman benefit dinner brings in hundreds, raises thousands; 634

Mark Zimmerman benefit dinner brings in hundreds, raises thousands



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