Prescription Drug Take Back Day This Weekend

rxThe Craig and Meeker Police Departments are participating in a national drug take back day this weekend. Any unused or expired prescription or over the counter medication can be dropped off and they will be disposed of properly. They will not be accepting thermometers that contain mercury, pressurized containers, or any chemotherapy or Continue reading

Bullet Fires Off In Craig Home

CRAIG-POLICE-BADGE-300A .22 bullet was ignited and fired off in a house on Country Club drive in Craig at around 11 Monday morning. The bullet was sitting on a counter next to a hair straightener that was turned on. According to Bill Leonard from the Craig Police Continue reading

Grants Available For Colorado FFA Chapters

colorado-corn-logoThe deadline for Colorado FFA chapters to submit an application for grants available through  Colorado Corn is Continue reading

Mail-in Ballots Arriving Soon

Vote_Checkmark-300x300Mail-in Ballots should be arriving this week in the mailboxes of Colorado voters. Mail in Ballots must be returned to your local County Clerk’s office no later than 7 pm on Tuesday November 8th. It’s recommended that ballots be filled out and submitted by no later than November 1st to allow for Continue reading

Drivers Beware Of Migrating Animals

deer-vs-carWith fall in the air and winter on the horizon Colorado drivers need to be on the lookout for migrating wildlife. Fall is the breeding season for elk, deer and moose so they are especially active during this time period. Males will pursue mates aggressively and may not be deterred by traffic. Bears are also Continue reading

Time To Winterize Your Boat

winterize-boatWinter is almost here in Colorado, time to winterize boats throughout the state. Owners should be sure to get all the water out of the vessel before a hard freeze, as sealed water can expand causing damage. It’s Continue reading

Local Marketing District Meeting In Dinosaur

dinosaur-city-limitsThe Craig and Moffat County Local Marketing District will host a meeting tonight in Dinosaur. The Dinosaur Town Council, Dinosaur National Monument and various community groups will all make presentations to the L-M-D Board. The meeting will take place from 6:30 Continue reading

Domestic Violence Seminar Tuesday

stop-domestic-violence-logoAs part of Domestic Violence awareness month in Moffat County, a domestic violence community awareness event will take place Tuesday in Craig.  National and local domestic violence experts will Continue reading

Sign Up For Low Income Energy Assistance

LEAPApplications can now be filled out for the 2016, 2017, Low Income Energy Assistance Program or LEAP. LEAP provides financial assistance to low income households to help them deal with their winter heating costs. The program runs from the first of November through the end of April. If you received LEAP last year, an application will be sent to you in the mail. If you have not participated in LEAP in the past, but believe you may qualify for the benefits, applications can be picked up at the Moffat Continue reading

Festival of Trees Christmas Wreaths For Sale

festival-of-treesThe deadline to buy a Christmas wreath to help support the 2016 Festival of Trees and the Youth United Way in Craig is October 28th. Wreaths and centerpieces can be purchased now through the Festival of Trees committee and Youth United Way members. The wreaths and Continue reading

Fill Out FAFSA Application For Free

fafsaColorado College Students can now fill out the Federal Student Aid or FAFSA applications for free online. The application period began earlier this month, in past years it did not begin until the first of January. Unlike in the past, students can use their tax information from the previous Continue reading

CPW Worried As Youth Participation Falls

colorado parksColorado Parks and Wildlife officials are worried that they won’t be able to keep up with their conservation efforts, especially because the younger generation isn’t as interested in hunting and fishing as those currently involved in those activities. The department says their budget has been slashed by $40 million since 2009. The falling funds are Continue reading