Tag Archives: Craig

Boys and Girls Club to Take Over Lutrell Barn

boys and girls club-188The Boys and Girls Club of Craig will take over management of the Lutrell Barn. The proposal will be voted on at a later date, but the Moffat County Commissioners were agreeable to a Continue reading

Economic Sessions in Craig, Steamboat, and Meeker

economyStrengthening Economies Together, or SET, will meet next month to go over their program with a representative of the South Dakota Badlands River Region. The event provides an opportunity for anyone to learn about the SET process. It starts in Meeker September 15th with a focus group meeting. On the 16th the group will Continue reading

Craig Firefighters Extricate Crash Victim

An accident on the west side of Craig sent one person to the hospital with injuries this morning. It was a little after eight when two vehicles traveling in opposite directions crashed on Highway 13 South near the intersection of 3rd Street.  According to the Colorado State Patrol Frank Moe of Craig Continue reading

Humane Society to Hold Bowling Fundraiser

mc-humane-society1The Humane Society of Moffat County will hold a fundraiser this weekend to raise money for the Bear Creek Animal Shelter in Craig. The money Continue reading

Accident in Craig Sends One Person to Hospital

Vehicle-Accident-300One person was injured in a two-vehicle accident on Victory Way in Craig yesterday morning, near Cook Ford.  Details of the accident aren’t clear, but firefighters responding to the scene said the crash Continue reading

Telehealth Clinic Award Ceremony Tomorrow

telehealth-300The American Legion in Craig is getting ready to celebrate a recent statewide award.  It was reported last week that the Major William E. Adams Veterans Telehealth Clinic was receiving the Caregivers of the Year Award by the state chapter of the American Legion.  A ceremony will take place tomorrow Continue reading

Fuller Center Holds Work Day

Fuller-CenterThe Fuller Center for Housing is holding a work day today on their latest project in Craig.  Those who would like to help out should take work Continue reading

EPA Regional Administrator Sets Date for Craig Visit

EPA-300The Region 8 Administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency has agreed to travel to Moffat County for a Town Hall style listening session regarding new carbon emissions rules.  Moffat County Commissioner John Kinkaid invited Shaun McGrath to Craig while in Denver testifying against the new rules last week.  Kinkaid Continue reading

Maybell, Loudy Simpson Parks to Get New Playground Equipment

MC Commissioners-150The Moffat County Commissioners, last week, signed off on a grant agreement with the Department of Local Affairs, that will see new playground equipment at Loudy Simpson Park in Craig, and the community park in Maybell.  The county wasn’t able to get the grants through Great Outdoors Colorado, so instead Continue reading

Thousands Attend Rally Against EPA Rules in Denver

EPA-300The Environmental Protection Agency’s hearings on Proposed Carbon Emissions Rules continue today in Denver.  Yesterday, thousands showed up for a rally against the new rules at Lincoln Park, across from the capitol in Denver.  Speeches were made promoting the use of coal as a clean and cost effective way to produce electricity.  Some Continue reading

Experts Say EPA Rules will Cripple Local Economy

EPA-300The Energy Information Administration says 19 states got more than half their electricity from coal-fired power plants in 2013. Colorado, which generated 64% of its electricity from coal, was one of them.  The industry also provides coal miners in the Centennial State with about 2,000 jobs.  That’s according to Continue reading

John Rossfeld Named CEO of The Memorial Hospital

Rossfeld new photoThe Memorial Hospital (TMH) Board of Trustees announced Friday that John Rossfeld will become the Chief Executive Officer of The Memorial Hospital at Craig. The offer was finalized Friday.  Rossfeld became the Interim CEO in late January and recently announced his desire to fill the permanent position. During a meeting with community members, Rossfeld said, Continue reading