With Moffat County High School varsity football yet to compete on their own home field, the Bulldog Proving Grounds have nonetheless already hosted a pair of MoCo victories this season.
Even with weather being less than cooperative, Craig residents of all ages were loud and proud in their celebration of the signing of the United States Constitution.
The Moffat County High School volleyball might want to consider bringing a cleaning crew with them to away games, because once the MoCo student section broke out the brooms, a Saturday sweep was all but a certainty.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — They weren’t exactly as bloodthirsty as Jason Voorhees, but the Moffat County High School football team made it a rather unhappy Friday the 13th for rival Steamboat Springs. The Bulldogs improved to...
The fourth season for CNCC soccer opened Saturday with the first win in the history of the program, as the men's team defeated Western Wyoming Community College 1-0.
A collection of photos from the 101st Moffat County Fair.
It may be some time before they have entries in the Moffat County Fair, but the youngest participants at the annual agriculture exhibition nonetheless stole the show. Moffat County Cattlewomen’s Bucket Calf Contest and Cowboy...
As the 101st Moffat County Fair continues this week, community members have shown the amount of work they've put into preparing their farm animals for the big event in show and market categories.
After a month on the fields of Woodbury Sports Complex, members of Craig Parks and Recreation's youth soccer league have no doubt met a lot of goals.
Saturday evening's candlesticking display closed the activities Saturday for the 10th annual Moffat County Balloon Festival as the field of balloon pilots turned up the heat to show their equipment's full capabilities.
The winds were gentle, the skies clear and the pilots ready to take to the wild blue yonder for the 10th annual Moffat County Balloon Festival Saturday morning.
A blend of Northwest Colorado imagery and splashy colors now greets Craig drivers and pedestrians.
The remains of one of the region's oldest residents got quite the ride this week.
Under a traditional striped tent, wild animals, acrobats and clowns entertained hundreds of Sunday attendees at the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus, sponsored by the Craig Lions Club at Wyman Living History Museum.
The sky was alight and the air was full of explosive energy during Craig Fire/Rescue's Fourth of July fireworks spectacular.
Even 243 years later, the spirit of 1776 was alive and well in Northwest Colorado.
The votes have been tallied and the winners counted for this year’s Craig Press Best of Moffat County.
The National Junior High Finals Rodeo will be bringing in the top cowboy and cowgirl athletes from June 23 to 29 in Huron, South Dakota.
Craig Parks and Recreation's girls slow-pitch softball league wrapped for the season this week, making the most of midweek sunny weather to get in the tournament that determined championships.
The 2019 Bear River Young Life Car and Motorcycle Show raised nearly $10,000 for the local youth organization during Father's Day weekend.