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Top 10 most-viewed stories of the week: Oct. 9 through 15, 2017

1. Banquet organizers fear NRA protest: On the record for Oct. 6, 7, 1,110 pageviews

Banquet organizers fear NRA protest: On the record for Oct. 6, 7

2. Young Craig fisherman hopes to hook ‘monster’ pike — again, 982 pageviews

Young Craig fisherman hopes to hook ‘monster’ pike — again

3. Man dies following Wednesday shooting at Bear Valley Inn in Craig, 968 pageviews

Man dies following Wednesday shooting at Bear Valley Inn in Craig

4. Triathlete from Steamboat Springs dies from Rattlesnake bite, 921 pageviews

Triathlete from Steamboat Springs dies from rattlesnake bite

5. Double disturbance at liquor store: On the record for Oct. 4, 5, 906 pageviews

Double disturbance at liquor store: On the record for Oct. 4, 5

6. Craig breast cancer survivor commemorates 3 women who lost their battle, 786 pageviews

Craig breast cancer survivor commemorates 3 women who lost their battle

7. Moffat County providers prepare to compete as merger brings UCHealth to Yampa Valley, 772 pageviews

Moffat County providers prepare to compete as merger brings UCHealth to Yampa Valley

8. Help sought to locate Rangely man missing since late September, 558 pageviews

Help sought to locate Rangely man, missing since late September

9. Small fire ignites at power plant Wednesday, 530 pageviews

Small fire ignites at power plant Wednesday

10. Q&A — Moffat County’s Mackenzie Marshall power pitcher for Meeker softball team, 514 pageviews

Q&A — Moffat County’s Mackenzie Marshall power pitcher for Meeker softball team


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