Tag Archives: Craig

Murder Mystery Dinner to be Held in Craig May 2nd

murder mysteryA Murder Mystery Dinner will be held in Craig next month. The performance, titled “Death for Dinner” will be led by the Theater troupe “Denver Talent”. Those that show up will enjoy a lasagna dinner before the interactive mystery begins. The event takes place May 2nd at 6:30 at the Moffat Continue reading

Semi Collides With School Bus Near Craig

SCHOOL BUSNo injuries were reported following a collision Friday afternoon between a school bus and a semi-truck. The bus was stopped on the side of the road as the semi approached from behind. While, the semi avoided a Continue reading

Fuller Center Plans a Work Day

Fuller-CenterThe Moffat County Fuller Center for Housing is planning another work day in Craig, and they’re looking for volunteers to help them out. Those that show up should bring gloves. The work day is planned for Saturday, April Continue reading

9th Street Closed for Shadow Mountain Project

shadow mountain village meeting-150 editResidents of the Shadow Mountain neighborhood in Craig will have to adjust their routes home, starting tomorrow. The project to replace water and sewer lines  in the neighborhood will require 9th street to close tomorrow, from the top of the hill to Aspen Street. That means the Cottonwood Continue reading

Ray Beck Elected Craig Mayor

Ballot-300Ray Beck is Craig’s newest mayor. Beck won the Craig mayoral election by over 160 votes in yesterday’s municipal election. He defeated Don Jones. There were seven people running for four City Council seats. It seems some didn’t get the word that Bill Johnston withdrew from the race Continue reading

Ray Beck Elected Craig Mayor

Unofficial vote totals for the Craig municipal election:

For Mayor:

Ray Beck – 969
Don Jones – 805

For Craig City Council: top 4 elected

John Ponkivar – 1232
Joe Bird – 1095
Derek Duran – 1052
Kent Nielson – 994
Liane Davis-Kling – 870
Matt Winey – 630
Marilynn Hill – 451

Woman, Two Children Escape Serious Injury in Rollover

COLO-STATE-PATROL-3001The Colorado State Patrol and Craig Fire/Rescue responded to a rollover accident on Highway 13 about 20 miles south of Craig yesterday. Troopers say 42-year old Tonya Humphrey of Wyoming was driving toward Craig, when she drove off the side of the road and rolled her car. There were two children in the car with her. Everyone was wearing seatbelts, and no one Continue reading

Ponikvar’s Going Away Party Tonight

united way-150The public is invited to attend tonight’s Going Away Party for Corrie Ponikvar. Today is Ponikvar’s last day as Executive Director of the Moffat County United Way. A Going Away Party will be held at the Museum of Northwest Colorado in downtown Craig from 5 to 7 tonight. Continue reading

State of Moffat County Takes Place Tomorrow

state-of-moffat-county-300The State of Moffat County takes place tomorrow night in Craig. The event is an opportunity for residents to get an annual update from the Craig Chamber, the City of Craig and Moffat County. Representatives of each entity will give reports on the year in review, and will make projections for the immediate future. The focus of the night Continue reading

Spring Expo Patrons Looked to Buy this Year

Spring-Expo-300The 93.7/102.3 KRAI and 55 Country Spring Expo was a success this year, with thousands showing up to enjoy the show. This year’s visitors seemed more willing to make purchases. That’s according to the vendors, some of which sold out Continue reading

93.7/102.3 KRAI 55 Country Spring Expo is Today

Spring-Expo-300The 93.7/102.3 KRAI and 55 Country Spring Expo is today. This is the 32nd annual event. Visitors to the Spring Expo will get to see various new products and services from local businesses and non-profit organizations. Several of the Continue reading

Spring Expo is Tomorrow

Spring-Expo-300The 93-7/102-3 KRAI and 55 Country Spring Expo is tomorrow. This is the 32nd annual event. Visitors to the Spring Expo will get to see various new products and services from local businesses and non-profit organizations. Several of the Continue reading