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Did you read last week’s COVID-19 update? If not, stop reading this and go read that. It’s about the first Moffat County COVID-19 patient death in six months.
A COVID-19-positive patient died at Memorial Regional Hospital Thursday morning, the second in just over a week after nearly six months without a COVID-positive death in the county.
Should Moffat County School District voters pass a $40 million bond measure this fall, the state will match a portion of that funding.
Whittle the Wood Rendezvous is back with a vengeance this summer after Craig missed out on the hallmark event last year due to COVID-19.
DENVER - In the early afternoon, Moffat County High School baseball players were celebrating a 10-5 playoff win, but little did they know they'd be on the other side of the exact same score a…
A Craig woman accused of causing the death of her daughter and the serious bodily injury of another daughter had her cases bound over to district court this week.
The future of ambulance service in the county might soon be in voters’ hands.
It’s that time of year again when this Saturday’s forecasted high of 88 feels like a reprieve.
As the temperature rises, so do Craig’s business stars of tomorrow.
It’s tough being a kid today.
After months seemingly in the clear, the virus that ravaged the country — and which continues to wreak havoc in some corners of the globe — proved it’s not done yet in Moffat County.
The local Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) will hold a July 4th parade Monday, July 5, at 10 a.m.
The vast majority of humans live and die outside of recorded history. More often than not, lives that are well-lived quickly retreat into the past. George Eller, an early 20th century cowboy of northwest Colorado,…
With the impending closure of coal mines and power plants in northwest Colorado, Craig officials and river enthusiasts are hoping a long-overlooked natural resource just south of town can help create economic resilience.
Seven miles along the side of Highway 318 as it passes through Sand Wash Basin will shortly be the location for a new fence.
To say things were heating up during the two-day stretch in Grand Junction would have been an understatement for the Moffat County High School track and field teams.
I love fish — the way they look, the way they fry up, the secret lives they live under the water. And of all the fish in the sea, river or lake, I most prize…