A Craig woman, who is representing herself in court, faces up to 40 years in prison on two felony charges following the death of her infant daughter.
Starting Friday, Colorado counties will be left to decide how to control rising coronavirus cases and hospitalizations as the statewide COVID-19 dial system, which has set public health restrictions for the past seven months, moves…
Moffat County School District taking applications for middle school principal’s position, seeks parent input
Moffat County School District is asking for parent feedback from Craig Middle School students as it searches to find a new principal ahead of the 2021-22 school year.
The price tag for Xcel Energy closing all its Colorado coal-fired plants will be $1.4 billion spread over decades — a sum that will be paid exclusively by the utility’s residential and commercial customers.
Parents of students in the Hayden School District aired concerns at Monday night’s school board meeting, claiming that the number of teacher resignations in recent months is being fueled by a work environment where teachers…
Greeting from the office of Moffat County Assessor, Chuck Cobb.
Much like last year, Moffat County & Craig’s 2021 Clean-up Days will take on a different look entirely.
Earlier this week, the Craig Press sent out an email to its advertising partners, warning them of a phishing scam that was occurring using the company’s name.
Recent snowfall and colder temperatures in the last few days helped suppress the County Road 8 fire in Meeker, which is now 100% contained, according to a Thursday evening press release from the Rio Blanco…
Coloradans for Animal Care (CAC), comprised of the state’s major agriculture groups, went through the rehearing process of the title language of proposed initiative 16, the PAUSE initiative Wednesday. Objectors and proponents heard two hours…
Craig’s Interim Police Chief, Michael Cochran, says his department is dealing with the same challenges in recruiting and retaining police personnel as other law enforcement offices throughout the country due in large part to police reform.
As the weather warms up in Moffat County and spring is well under way, local businesses are making a push for the yearly spring cleaning in an effort to spruce up the community.
Following a one-year hiatus, the ever-popular Moffat County Hot Air Balloon Festival is scheduled to make its return to Moffat County Aug. 7-8 at Loudy-Simpson Park.
Colorado lawmakers send two bills tightening gun regulations to Gov. Polis, who will sign them into law
State lawmakers have sent two bills that would tighten gun regulations in Colorado to Gov. Jared Polis, who plans to sign them into law.
Kaylee Ann Messerly, 36, was arrested Friday morning on two felony warrants following the death of her 18-month old daughter in early March, and charged with felony child abuse resulting in death, and child abuse…
Though more than 120,000 people in Colorado have received the Johnson & Johnson vaccination, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is halting distribution of the vaccine following reports of blood clots in patients…
Owners who fail to clean up after their dogs within city limits could face a fine or community service, should Ordinance No. 1122 (2021) pass in full.
In a filing with the Colorado Public Utilities Commission last week, Xcel Energy Colorado said 80% of energy used by consumers would come from renewable sources by 2030.
It was disappointing for the Friends of the Yampa to cancel their first planned river camps last year.