Two local Boy Scouts are making Craig's Smoky Bear in front of the Bureau of Land Management Little Snake River field office better prepared to weather the elements.
Tri-State Generation & Transmission unveiled its new Responsible Energy Plan this week, which will transition the company’s power portfolio further into renewables to reduce electric rates for its members.
The federal Surface Transportation Board is seeking public comment for a new rail line that could connect Craig and Moffat County’s energy industry to markets in Salt Lake City and beyond.
Fire crews in Craig were able to stop an afternoon grass fire Wednesday, July 17 before a gusty northeastern wind spread the fire onto adjoining properties. Emergency first responders were dispatched to the fire about...
Some of the best long distance shooters in the world are in Moffat County this weekend sending some lead downrange near Lay for High Country Precision’s annual Mile High Shootout.
It was raging at more than 10,000 cubic feet per second and still hasn’t relinquished much of the low-lying areas of Craig, but the Yampa River’s baseflow continues its drop after peaking June 23.
Municipal voters in Craig could have three marijuana questions on the November ballot after city councilors hashed out much of the city’s new marijuana ordinance late Tuesday night.
The original, but aging Moffat County Courthouse is getting some major security and handicap accessibility upgrades with the help of a grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. County commissioners on Tuesday viewed the...
With so much standing water in the Yampa Valley, officials may need to spend more tax dollars controlling the mosquito population and the diseases they carry.
A special police task force took a sizable cache of heroin and methamphetamine off the streets and made several arrests during a drug raid early Wednesday, July 3 in the Shadow Mountain area of Craig.
Conservation groups are taking to the courts to stop the Bureau of Land Management from selling oil and gas leases on public lands in Utah and Northwest Colorado.
Taking in all the sights: Fuller Center Bike Adventure spruces up Craig as part of national cycling ride
Every year, Jeff Bracken sees a little less of the world. So to raise awareness and fight back against the Usher Syndrome Type 2 that’s taken much of his sight and hearing, Bracken, 33, of Shelbyville, Kentucky, joined the Fuller Center Bike Adventure across the United States, which made its way through Craig this week.
A new railway route servicing the energy sector could make its way through Moffat County near Craig.
Councilwoman Andrea Camp has a service-oriented outlook on life in Craig. “I definitely appreciate the opportunity to serve the citizens of Craig,” Camp said. Given the news she was voted best councilperson by voters, Camp...
Lube Plus in Craig wants to keep your car healthy inside and out. After 23 years in the small Colorado town, Lube Plus was voted Best Oil Change.
Matt Hammer is a man of many talents. You might catch a glimpse of Hammer responding to fires with Craig Fire/Rescue, regularly braving destructive blazes with his fellow firefighters.
He’s usually donning jeans and boots, cowboy hat and a pressed button-down — one of Craig’s quintessential cowboys and simultaneously Craig’s newest and favorite Moffat County commissioner.
Take a seat at Vallarta’s Mexican Restaurant on any given night and there’s more than high spirits and spicy dishes that will greet you.
In the 1950s, Lou Wyman was a rancher with a knack for collecting rarities. Now, the 86-year-old boasts one of the finest collections of Americana anyone might muster.
This month will mark 150 years since 19th century explorer John Wesley Powell set out with nine other brave souls to map out what was then the unexplored Colorado Plateau.