A months-long Colorado Parks and Wildlife investigation of a private hunting ranch near the Northwest Colorado community of Dinosaur began with the discovery of several prohibited exotic sheep species on the property and ended with last month's conviction of the business owner from Utah.
A West Routt man was shot Saturday morning after allegedly stealing a four-wheeler in Hayden.
Following the Memorial Day weekend, one of Moffat County's signature events will be continuing into the summer.
The morning started slowly for angler Matt Smiley, who was fishing the Flaming Gorge Reservoir which straddles the Utah-Wyoming border. But when he got a bite, it was a big one. The fish Smiley caught on...
A happy ending. That’s what Connor Pankow kept convincing himself was behind every clue in the search for his dog Koda after the skittish, 8-month-old black lab mix jumped out of the window of his car on the way up to Piney Lake on June 24.
With a new name and newly reworked headquarters, Hope Pregnancy Center of Moffat County looks to aid families of Northwest Colorado.
Downtown Business Association will host its Homemade Homegrown event from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 20 in downtown Craig with multiple events to accommodate all tastes.
Twenty years ago, as a sophomore at University of Colorado Denver, Nathan Brough wrote an economics paper on hemp’s potential to grow the nation’s gross domestic product.
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.
The Yampa Valley Regional Airport in Hayden is set to receive about $2.6 million in grant money to pay for upcoming expansion and improvement projects, including the construction of a new terminal.
Tara Wernig bought a house in Phippsburg last summer, and shortly after, fell in love with the railroad-themed Bakery Express, which was just down the street from her new home.
9:42 a.m. On the 1000 block of Yampa Avenue, Craig community service officers responded to an animal complaint. Community service officers issued a resident a citation for two vicious dogs.
Dear Annie: My husband and I are in our mid-60s. For the past five years, we have been the guardians of my daughter’s 13-year-old son, “Jake.” When I married 12 years ago, I certainly didn’t expect to be raising a teenager at my age.
The Bureau of Land Management’s headquarters will move to Grand Junction.
Moffat County Libraries and The Barrel Cathedral will host Brews and Boards from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, July 17 at the brewery, 576 Yampa Ave.
One of the most beautiful drives in America, Old Fall River Road through Rocky Mountain National Park, is ready for summer traffic.
A portion of highway embankment has collapsed north of Rifle.
The elk scat was plentiful as a group convened Monday morning along Colorado Highway 9 in northern Summit County near Green Mountain Reservoir. It was the third stop on a five-stop tour of popular wildlife crossings in the county.
Moffat County Jail visitor becomes resident thanks to outstanding warrant, drugs on person: On the Record — July 9, 10
2:10 a.m. Police in Craig responded to a domestic violence call. A caller reported a domestic disturbance, but when police arrived, a male party denied any physical altercation and police were unable to determine a crime had been committed. Police in Craig responded to at least two other domestic violence calls Tuesday.
A 60-year-old man who was arrested in Steamboat Springs for offering candy to children and inviting them to his campsite at a local campground has been released from Routt County Jail.