Moffat County commissioners are working with regional and local public health officials to update outdated emergency preparedness plans.
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 city of Craig is expanding its popular new business grant program in the wake of several small businesses downtown utilizing the program for building improvements.
Historic donation: Moffat County School District nears giving Yampa building to Memorial Regional Health
In exchange for a discount worth little more than the value of a single-family home, Craig’s $1.6 million Yampa Building will be donated to Memorial Regional Health, if the Moffat County School District Board gives...
The city of Craig is one of only three entities in Colorado to receive a planning and assistance grant last week from the United States Department of Agriculture.
As the West faces more demand for water and less water available to meet that demand, decision makers are working to figure out how Colorado could implement recently signed agreements to reduce water use in the Colorado River basin, which includes the Yampa River.
The Environmental Protection Agency has some late spring cleaning in store for the town of Dinosaur.
A handful of small businesses in Craig are getting a serious facelift with the help of a new matching grant program that aims to spruce up businesses downtown.
Colorado State University wants to help Front Range legislators understand the economic implications of removing coal-generated power from communities across the state of Colorado.
A major roadway into Dinosaur National Monument that closed near the town of Dinosaur Monday is expected to reopen Tuesday night as crews work to clear large boulders from the path. In a news release...
A state immigration law signed by Gov. Jared Polis last week won’t affect an area contract with federal authorities to hold immigrants suspected of being in the U.S. illegally in the Moffat County Jail.
The city of Craig and Moffat County have initiated a discussion to jointly fund Craig’s Museum of Northwest Colorado and Moffat County Libraries.
There may be a new marijuana ordinance on the ballot for municipal voters in November, if Craig’s City Council can get the law written before August.
Tri-State Generation and Transmission has refused an offer by Denver’s Guzman Energy to buy and subsequently shut down the remaining coal-fired generators at Craig Station.
The United States Department of Veterans Affairs has a new location in store for Craig vets in need of a health tune-up.
As the flag was raised to half mast Monday, an armed honor guard made up of Craig's American Legion Post 62 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4265 saluted to honor this country's soldiers killed in battle.
Craig City Council will hear from several entities during its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 28 at Craig City Hall.
Gov. Jared Polis announced Thursday the hiring of Dan Prenzlow as the new director of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, according to a news release from CPW and Colorado Department of Natural Resources.
A Craig drug possession case that was appealed all the way to the Colorado Supreme Court has major implications for drug-sniffing K-9 units across the state.
The city of Craig has scrapped plans to put a dog park by Moffat County High School.