When you have a moment, grab a cup of coffee or tea, sit down with your computer, tablet or smartphone and take a few minutes to navigate our new website that launched at midnight Tuesday.
Craig Fire/Rescue responded to a fire Tuesday south of Craig on the property of Empire Mine.
Colorado Highway 13 from mile marker 4.5 northbound to mile marker 19 is now closed in both directions following a vehicle crash. A detour is available via Highway 325.
Craig could be home to its own dog park in the near future if Moffat County Humane Society volunteers are successful in their efforts to secure funding.
Craig Fire/Rescue responded to a call around 4:30 a.m. Tuesday from a local resident on the 500 block of School Street who woke up and smelled smoke, Battalion Chief Troy Hampton said.
To meet the challenge of declining local revenues, Colorado Northwestern Community College is restructuring. We asked college President Ron Granger what changes will mean for staff, hiring process and programs in the second part of a three part question and answer series.
I empathize with the feelings of those who are made to feel like they don’t have access to the American Dream and the issues that prevent equality of opportunity in our great country. As an immigrant to the United States, I found out early that the American Dream centered around three important decisions that I preach to high school students every chance I get.
Centuries of lore are bound to change over time in the telling of one of the greatest tales of all. Still, even accepting that, some elements of “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” are more than hard to swallow along with your popcorn.
My husband Lyle brought this week’s novel to my attention. “The Christmas Train” was written by David Baldacci, author of an impressive number of bestselling mystery thrillers. This novel is one of his first books (copyright 2002). Lyle liked the book a lot, and so do I. It has everything — interesting characters, humor and a heartwarming plot.
It’s been a lifelong dream for Josh Fessler to open his own business, and on May 1 his vision came to life when he opened Fessler’s Barber Shop and Salon in Craig.
Yampa Valley Golf Course has rescheduled the first of its TGIF couples tournaments from this Friday to May 26 due to inclement weather. The TGIF series takes place at 5:30 p.m. Fridays as two- or four-person events complete with a theme, the first of which will be Pirates Night. Players are encouraged to get creative with costumes for further games this summer, which include Red Solo Cup, Cowboys and Indians, Dress Like Your Dad and more. TGIF registration is $25 per couple and should be done by the Thursday before each event.
The agricultural building at the high school was filled with activity on Monday as students put finishing touches to tables, benches, sheds, welded art and projects that will be on auction Friday.
8:17 p.m. On the 700 block of Green Street, officers responded to a report of an explosion for the second night in a row. The caller heard loud booming that shook the house and seemed to come from the northwest. Officers responded to the area and were unable to hear any noise.
The finish line is in sight for the athletes of Moffat County High School track and field, and they intend to hold back nothing at the most crucial part of the season. Qualifiers for the Colorado High School Activities Association State Championships were announced this week, and the Bulldogs will be sending 15 competitors in 12 events at the biggest meet of the year Thursday through Saturday in Lakewood.
Craig/Fire Rescue firefighters were called out of bed early Sunday morning for a fire ignited by an exploding piece of glass cookware.
Craig residents will have to tuck the flip-flops and sun hats back into the closet for a few days as windy, dry conditions give way to snow and freezing temperatures this week.
Colorado’s nurses gathered in Denver on Saturday to celebrate 57 Nightingale Luminaries and from those, honor 12 with a Nightingale award — Colorado’s top nursing honor.
11:02 p.m. At the Super 8 Motel, officers responded to a report of disorderly conduct by an intoxicated, female guest that who was causing trouble and refusing to leave. She was banging on the door of her boyfriend’s room, but he was passed out...
For a short time last week the welcome sign on the east side of Craig invited people to Craig “America.”
The community college is in the process of restructuring to address a $1.3 million loss of local revenue. News of the restructure followed reports that the college had to dip into roughly $500,000 from cash reserves last year and was placed under a temporary hiring freeze by the Colorado Community College System to allow the new President time to examine the budget. President Granger intends to present the 2017-18 budget to the college board at the monthly meeting on May 15. We caught-up with him, asking questions to help the community better understand the college's finances.