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.
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.
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.
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.
The baby business is booming and a newly renovated women’s health clinic is expected to make care more convenient than ever.
The drawbacks of owning and operating a retail store include being tied to store hours, and one small business owner in Craig is closing her doors to provide herself with the freedom to travel.
Two young entrepreneurs in Craig created a club to raise money for worthy causes.
Tending to wounded warriors by the light of an oil lamp, English nurse Florence Nightingale in the mid-1800s became the foundation for modern nursing, and Colorado’s highest award for nurses carries her name.
A bugling elk, soaring bird of prey, a mountain range and trees carved with inspiring words are images all rooted in the idea of rising above life’s challenges and bring a new splash of color in a mural painted downtown this week.