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CRAIG — The government shutdown may scuttle a multimillion-dollar hospital construction project in Craig and threaten other similar projects in Colorado and across the country. The construction of a new $29 million medical office building adjacent to the Memorial Regional Health hospital broke ground in April 2018. The hospital is now 10 months into an 18-month project that will see several floors of modern office space added to replace Craig’s medical clinic and former hospital. Many in the Craig and Moffat County communities are invested in the project after donating money to the MRH Foundation as part of a fundraising effort to build the new medical offices, according to previous Craig Press reporting. But, in a Jan. 9 letter sent to President Donald Trump and several members of Congress — including U.S Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Cortez — MRH CEO Andy Daniels said the government shutdown has stopped the flow of construction dollars from a major United States Department of Agriculture l...

 
 
 
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It’s the new year, and many people feel obligated to create a list of New Year’s resolutions. Common resolutions include to stop smoking, get in shape, lose weight, or achieve a bucket list item. W...

 
 
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CRAIG — Moffat County has welcomed its first newborn for the year 2019. Mia Anneth Duarte was born at 1:25 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 3, to Sarahy Duarte and Adbeel Gonzales of Craig, according to a birth...

 
 
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Editor’s note: The following article is sponsored by Memorial Regional Health. Since 2012, students and coaches in Colorado have been more proactive about recognizing and treating concussions, than...

 

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