Construction of a new terminal at the Yampa Valley Regional Airport has been delayed at least until next year.
The Craig City Council voted to increase the proposed excise and sales taxes on marijuana sold inside the city limits Tuesday night — taxes that will take effect only if voters vote yes on several marijuana-related ballot questions in November.
CARBONDALE — What would you do if you were miles out in the backcountry and your dog got injured and was unable to walk out? This became more than a hypothetical question for Paul Hoskinson when...
A comment period opens Wednesday, Aug. 14 through Colorado Air Pollution Control Division for the Colowyo Coal Company Collom expansionopen pit coal mine, Township 3 North, Range 93 West, 28 miles southwest of Craig in...
Moffat County commissioners want folks to know the county is open for business.
Sheli Steele has been named general manager/advertising director of the Craig Press.
Carelli's Pizzeria will feature weekly tap takeovers from breweries near and far Thursdays throughout the month of August.
The sweet feeling of summertime could be felt Friday afternoon in downtown Craig.
For this week’s Hometown Hero, the Craig Press is pleased to honor Rebejah Greenwood.
HAYDEN — For nearly as long as settlers have lived in the Yampa Valley, they’ve been mining coal. In the 1960s and 1970s, the coal-fired power plants followed, with the first unit of Hayden Station in place in 1965 and the first units of Craig Station built downstream in 1974.
One of Craig’s big hotels is losing part of its name, for now.
A limited number of free energy assessments for small businesses or nonprofit facilities in Routt and Moffat counties are now available through grant funding awarded to Yampa Valley Sustainability Council.
After a successful evening of fundraising and fun, a partnership between Moffat County Libraries and The Barrel Cathedral will continue throughout the year.
HAYDEN — Five years after Colorado legalized a commercial cannabis market, the Hayden Town Council on Thursday passed an ordinance allowing the sale of the drug and creating an application process for people wanting to open cannabis shops within city limits.
A Steamboat woman was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of embezzling more than $500,000 over a period of at least four years from a local construction company.
Friday will mark the first day of a 30-day protest period for the Bureau of Land Management’s sale of oil and gas leases across Colorado’s Western Slope. According to a Friday news release from the...
Craig City Council shortens library, museum stimulus from first few years of marijuana businesses under proposed ordinance
At its regular Tuesday meeting, Craig City Council determined it will lower the length of time any possible extra marijuana tax dollars would go toward funding Museum of Northwest Colorado and the Craig branch of Moffat County Libraries.
The group Women for Moffat County is currently accepting new members with a goal of raising $10,000 to provide yearly grants for capital and life-changing projects to local groups and individuals that directly support and improve the community.
Health care premiums are dropping for the first time in a long time, and for the individual marketplace on the Western Slope, premiums are going down dramatically.
Tri-State Generation & Transmission unveiled its new Responsible Energy Plan this week, which will transition the company’s power portfolio further into renewables to reduce electric rates for its members.