Craig City Council will hear from several entities during its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 28 at Craig City Hall.
Moffat County High School's Class of 2019 voted classmates for a number of unique honors.
This year, a handful of Moffat County High School graduates are setting out to carry on the family tradition. From business to education, these students plan to follow in the footsteps their parents and in some cases, grandparents and great-grandparents.
Some students are choosing to chart their own course after graduation, bucking the conventional path of college or trade school, but with no less ambition than their degree-seeking peers. Moffat County High School senior Tyler Gonzales is one such student, who has chosen to dive into a full-time job at Chaos Ink after graduating and feed his passion for design and entrepreneurialism.
The Craig Press caught up with six Moffat County High School grads who have enlisted in the military after graduation. We wanted to know a little more about their hopes and dreams, and what inspired them to serve their country.
MEEKER — Rio Blanco County Pioneer’s Association will host the 107th annual Old Timer’s Reunion Dinner and Dance Saturday, June 1 at Meeker's Freeman Fairfield Community Center, 200 Main Street.
Moffat County Class of 2019 Graduation: Future Farmers of America reap big rewards for hard work, dedication
This year’s crop of Future Farmers of America students boasted an impressive number of high-achieving seniors, who capped off their high school careers earlier this month with a final state competition.
I join the MCSD Board of Education, your family, and the entire Moffat County community in expressing our pride in your accomplishments. You each have the potential to achieve great things. As you move through the next stage of your life, it is my sincere hope that you will take the knowledge and skills you have learned during your time at MCHS and apply them to your post-secondary choices.
7:00 a.m. Near the intersection of First Street and U.S. Highway 40, police in Craig responded to a property damage crash call. Officers investigated an accident between two pickup trucks.
Colorado has more sunny days than most states regardless of the season, but Memorial Day weekend marks the start of sunny summertime.
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.
Craig Press Publisher Renee Campbell invites the community to join Coffee & a Newspaper, set for 7 a.m. Wednesday, June 5, at the east Kum & Go, 700 E. Victory Way.
Thank you from the Jeff Chamberlain family. We want to express our sincere gratitude for all the thoughts and prayers for our family.
The Senior Social Center would like to thank Jennifer Riley and her Dermatology team for hosting a recent Skin Check Clinic.
The Interfaith Food Bank would like to thank the Craig Post Office employees for all their hard work and the community members who supported the annual USPO Food Drive.
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.
I spent this past Saturday morning preparing for Sunday’s lunch branding — at least what I could get done early. I cooked pasta and boiled eggs. I made a gelatin salad. I decided to bake a banana cake, a family favorite, for dessert.
Freedom Hooves will host its sixth annual Poker Ride Saturday, June 1 starting at Duffy Mountain.
Colorado Northwestern Community College announced this week its flight team placed second among two-year schools during the National Intercollegiate Flying Association Competition SAFECON hosted May 13 to 18 at University Of Wisconsin.
It has been almost impossible to predict what’s going to happen this spring — both positives and negatives — so when it came to branding this year, we were prepared for most anything.