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City Clarifies Misinterpreted Financial Information

The City of Craig recently mailed out the Notice of Election to Craig residents, for the election which will take place April 4th. After receiving several inquiries about the financial impact statement contained in the packet, the city realized the information within the Continue reading

UPDATED: Audio From Craig City Council Forum

The Craig City Council Forum took place last night at the Centennial Mall in Craig. The Mayoral and City Council candidates answered questions on issues facing our area, especially those concerning economic diversification and the business environment in Craig. They Continue reading

City Council Election Forum Wednesday

The Craig City Council Election Forum will be held Wednesday night in Craig. Candidates for city council will answer questions on proposed use tax, the sales tax increase, recreational Continue reading

Craig City Council Election Forum Wednesday

The Craig City Council Election Forum will be held this week. Tony Bohrer and Jarrod Ogden are seeking re-election and running against Andrea Camp, Bill Johnston, Rod Compton, Chris Nichols and Dave DeRose with Councilmen John Ponikvar and Joe Bird vying for Mayor. The Seven City Council candidates and the two Mayoral candidates Continue reading

City Council Election Forum Next Week

A Craig City Council Election Forum will be held next week. The public forum will be hosted by 93.7 102.3 KRAI, 55 Country, The Craig Daily Press and the Craig Association of Realtors. Seven people will compete for four open seats. Tony Bohrer and Jarrod Ogden Continue reading

Date Set For Craig City Council Forum

A Craig City Council Election Forum will be held next month. The forum will be hosted by 93.7 102.3 KRAI, 55 Country, The Craig Daily Press and the Craig Association of Realtors. Current Councilman Kent Nielson who previously announced his intention to Continue reading

Trump Shouldn’t Find Voter Fraud In Colorado

Following President Trump’s announcement that his administration will launch an investigation into voter fraud, concerning the 3 to 5 million fraudulent votes the President claims were cast in the November election, Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams is reassuring voters that the Continue reading

No Vote On Recreational Pot In Craig

Craig citizens will not be able to vote this April to allow recreational marijuana sales, cultivation and testing within the city limits during the April Election. The Craig City Council declined to approve recreational marijuana ballot questions at their meeting last night. The proposed questions failed to gather a majority consensus from the council, with Jared Ogden, John Ponikvar, and Derek Continue reading

City Of Craig Race Is On


Eight people will vie for three open City Council seats during the April Election in Craig. Kent Nielson, Tony Bohrer, and Jarrod Ogden will all seek re-election to the board and will run against Andrea Camp, Bill Johnston, Rod Compton, Chris Nichols and Continue reading

2018 Colorado Governor Race Takes Shape

The race to replace term limited Colorado Governor John Hickenloopr is already underway. State Senator Mike Johnston announced last week that he is running for governor. Johnston is the second of what’s expected to be a long list of Democrats who want to take over for Gov. John Hickenlooper when his second term comes to an end next year.  Businessman Noel Continue reading

Wyoming Picks Trump and Cheney

wyoming-flag-graphicWyoming voters overwhelmingly supported new Presidential elect Donald Trump, in yesterday’s election. Trump received over 70% of the vote in the state with Clinton receiving just over 22%. Voters also elected Liz Cheney, daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, to Continue reading

Trump Should Win Vote In NW Colorado

VOTE.2-300Election Day is Tuesday.  If Wild West Radio’s non-scientific presidential poll is any indication, Donald Trump should easily win the vote in Northwest Colorado. 88% of those who responded to the poll, said that they support the Republican nominee for President. This compared to only 6% of respondents Continue reading