By the end of the day Saturday, Dave Pike was feeling more relaxed than he had in weeks, as the 20th annual Whittle the Wood Rendezvous concluded successfully. The main reason for that sense of...
The winners have been named for the Craig Press 2019 Dad & Me Photo Contest.
When in doubt, stick to the animal kingdom, blockbuster movies and children's literature. The winners of the 20th annual Whittle the Wood Rendezvous were named Saturday evening to conclude the yearly festival that sees tree stumps become works of art in a matter of four days.
The body recovered from a drowning at Harvey Gap Reservoir has been identified.
Proposed treatment center at Moffat County School District Yampa Building expected to attract out-of-town patients
Memorial Regional Health’s proposed substance abuse treatment center would draw patients to Craig from other parts of the state, according to email correspondence about the project.
Blue skies, soft terrain lend to running conditions for Friends of Moffat County Education’s Wake the Whittler 5K
Harriers of all ages got in motion Saturday morning as part of Friends of Moffat County Education's Wake the Whittler.
Get a glimpse of the progress of the 12 carvers during the 20th annual Whittle the Wood Rendezvous.
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By the end of the day Friday, people were few and far between on the grounds of Loudy-Simpson Park.
As they released this nation's colors to flutter in the wind Friday, June 14, members of Craig's American Legion Post 62 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4265 saluted the American flag and said the Pledge of Allegiance.
The body of a middle-aged man was recovered from Harvey Gap Reservoir.
If you're planning to stay at home this Father's Day weekend, you and Dad will be missing out on a lot.
The summer sessions continued this week for Moffat County High School sports as the boys basketball kept things heating up in the gym.
When we’re not cooking something on the grill, it’s great to be able to whip up nutritious casseroles for summer dinners. This week’s column features two casserole recipes. I make “Skillet Beef–a-Roni” often. I don’t keep the ingredients for the other casserole on hand so don’t make it as often.
The Memorial Regional Health Foundation received an extra boost in its campaign to raise $1 million in community donations to help fund the completion of MRH’s newest medical office building.
I knew what the friendly lady with fiery hair would ask once she’d found a snack in her carry-on for her grandchildren; I also knew I wouldn’t know the answer. We’d chatted as air travelers do, talking about our flight’s 40-minute delay, our destinations, and where we were from. Now I dreaded the resumption of our conversation as she handed her grandsons a bag of carrot sticks — the perfect snack for two little boys with orange hair — and asked, “What’s the population of Craig?”
“20 years — can you believe it?” Dave Pike asked Wednesday morning as his opening salute to all those who have made Craig’s Whittle the Wood Rendezvous event possible these last few decades.
A Craig woman was hospitalized after suffering serious injuries in a deer attack at Sunset Meadows senior living facility.
While some incoming Moffat County High School seniors will be spending a good part of their summer outdoors, MaKala Herndon will utilize part of her break learning in a lecture hall.