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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.




Editorial: Teacher raises elevate us all

July 5, 2019

Last month, teachers at the Moffat County School District got a pleasant surprise. They got a raise from a starting salary of $32,960 to $37,500. It’s not a lot. But it’s something they’ve needed for a very long time.





Editorial: Do your part to keep Craig beautiful

June 7, 2019

Spring is a wonderful time in Craig and Moffat County. The rolling uplifts that surround us are a brilliant green — in some places purple, yellow or blue — beautiful and thriving after the rain these last few days and weeks. The Earth has awakened and, when the wind picks up, her dandelion blossoms are thick in the air now almost like the snow we know so well.



Editorial: We should all be proud of Craig’s art culture

May 24, 2019

What often begins as a hobby to pass the time by creating something appealing to the artist or appealing to the eye, to the ear, something tasty or something — anything, can often flower into a real source of income that can help working families in rural economies like ours.


Editorial: Get those flags ready

May 17, 2019

In Craig and Moffat County, we love America. We love its ideals of free market capitalism and self-sufficiency, of resilience, of sacrifice and compassion for the downtrodden.


Editorial: Never again

May 10, 2019

When Moffat County School District teacher Justin Folley was acquitted in December on 10 counts of felony exploitation of a child, it marked a real low point for the justice system in Moffat County and the State of Colorado.