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Editorial: We’re not going anywhere

December 11, 2019

On Thursday, community members will see our the building at 466 Yampa Avenue listed for sale and/or rent. It’s a bittersweet decision because our newspaper has occupied this building since 1920 when it first became...

Editorial: Stay local, shop locally Saturday

November 29, 2019

While Black Friday has morphed from a one-day shopping frenzy for doorbusters into lengthy sales that seemingly start as soon as the last piece of Halloween candy is handed out, it is still expected to...

Editorial: Honor our veterans today, and every day

November 8, 2019

Veterans Day can often be the forgotten holiday during a busy year, especially with the buildup between Halloween and Thanksgiving. Veterans certainly remember it, but for many of the rest of us, it is often...

Editorial: Get out and vote this election season

November 1, 2019

In today’s political climate, politics can feel disingenuous. With all the political ads on TV, radio and in print, as well as its frequent infiltration in the news cycle, citizens can feel distant — or...

Editorial: Homecoming is here — Go, Bulldogs!

October 11, 2019

Even if you’re not a Bulldog, certainly you remember your first Homecoming event. But for those whose Bulldog roots run deep, your first Homecoming at Moffat County High School is one to remember. Can you hear the band playing the school song, and kids playing their hearts out on their home turf? Every community is different, but here in Moffat County, Bulldogs know how to show their community pride.

Editorial: Watch for motorcycles until the snows come

September 13, 2019

There was another serious motorcycle crash in Craig on Monday that left a man fighting for his life. According to Craig police, the rider was traveling south on Yampa Avenue about 4 p.m. — close...

Editorial: Keep it coming with local events

July 26, 2019

If you happened to walk or drive through our beautiful downtown this past Saturday, you might have seen Alice Pleasant Park alive with the sound of music and merriment.