Our grandson, Kenny Prather, who is now a resident of Kenai, Alaska, has always had a positive outlook on life. No matter whether his pickup truck breaks down, he has to drive to work on slick roads, he doesn’t feel well, or a hundred other scenarios, he always says, “It’s all good.” So I was reminded of him when I read this week’s book. The leading character in the book thinks “It’s all good,” too.
On a cool autumn afternoon in 1914 Hayden, a human being was seen occupying space previously reserved for only birds, clouds and celestial bodies. It was a monumental occasion — one that shook the very fiber of reality for the people of Northwest Colorado.
Moffat County is officially a player in a major natural gas export plan spanning several western states all the way to the Pacific Ocean.
Residents get warning for loud music, citation after police are called back: On the Record — April 22
9:16 a.m. On the 1000 block of Yampa Avenue, police in Craig responded to a welfare check. Craig police said a social worker requested police assist them in a welfare check.
For this week’s Hometown Hero, the Craig Press is pleased to honor Robin Schiffbauer who was instrumental in establishing and successfully running, for more than ten years, the Community Kitchen at St. Michael's Catholic Church. The program was recently gifted by Memorial Regional Health with a walk-in refrigerator.
Two Oak Creek residents were arrested Friday on suspicion of providing a minor with marijuana laced with meth.
Now that I have made you aware of the fact that actual values for residential properties are on the rise let’s take a quick look at the expected changes in your “assessed value” — or better known as your “taxable value."
City sales tax collection is trailing projections.
Spring has hit the Yampa River, and as the snow melts, the river rises.
10:20 a.m. On the 1900 block of Baker Drive, police in Craig responded to an abandoned vehicle call. Craig police said they red-tagged a pickup truck for removal.
Moffat County’s Dinosaur National Monument has been given a designation that could attract planet-watchers and star-finders from around the world.
The mother of a Denver resident says that he was among the hundreds killed in the attacks in Sri Lanka.
The statistics are not good. Cases of sexually transmitted infections are surging, and young people are taking the brunt of this troubling trend. Between 2013 and 2017, syphilis cases nearly doubled, gonorrhea increased by more...
Craig City Council will swear in newly elected councilors Paul James, Steven Mazzuca and Brian MacKenzie, as well as Jarrod Ogden as the town's new mayor during its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 23 at council chambers, 300 W. Fourth St.
Before folks had cars parked in the garage, they had horses stabled in the barn. Old Town’s oldest barn — which might be Old Town’s only remaining barn — was built by John Crawford, the son of Steamboat Springs’ founding family, James and Margaret Crawford.
Wildfire season began in Summit County on Saturday when a small brush fire was sparked by an authorized slash pile burn on private land at the end of Rainbow Drive in Silverthorne, close to the Angler Mountain trailhead.
With players finding themselves in new parts of the field Saturday afternoon, the Moffat County High School soccer team had more than a few difficulties against its latest opponents, though if there was one takeaway for their coach it was the benefit of Bulldogs getting new perspectives.
The 26,000 plastic eggs that blanketed the lawn of New Creation Church of Craig didn't last long, but the quick clean-up of the holiday goodies only showed the level of excitement present Saturday morning.
At long last, Moffat County High School will have a weekend free of travel for track and field, and heading into the home meet Bulldog athletes are ready to build on their latest road gig.
In early April, pinwheels were planted on the lawn at McDonald's in Craig to help raise awareness of National Child Abuse Prevention Month.