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Former CNCC Coach Inducted To Hall Of Fame

Retired CNCC Athletic Director, Baseball and Men’s Basketball Coach in Rangely, Paul Conrad, was recently inducted into the 2017 Legacy Class of the United States Collegiate Athletic Associations Small College Hall of Fame. By the time he retired from coaching in 2000, Conrad’s teams had 430 wins in basketball and 462 in baseball. Coach  Continue reading

Mandatory Inspections For Trash Trucks

Trash trucks coming into Craig from outside the city will now have to pay a yearly inspection fee to ensure they meet the City’s safety requirements. The Craig City council passed an ordinance at their meeting Tuesday night that Continue reading

Sign Up Now For Craig Parade Of Lights

Entries are now being accepted for the Parade of Lights, which will be held later this month in Craig. The parade takes place on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, and features holiday themed floats. Those who would like to enter the parade can Continue reading

Trash Truck Inspections May Soon Be Required

Trash trucks coming into Craig from outside the city may soon have to pay a yearly inspection fee to ensure they meet the City’s safety requirements. The Craig  City council introduced an ordinance at their meeting last night that would require trash haulers to pay $200 a Continue reading

Does Craig Need Public Transportation?

The City of Craig is looking to update their transit development plan and is asking the community to fill out surveys to assist with Continue reading

Measure Would Transfer Money From Government To Charities

A new proposed ballot measure aims to help charities. The Secretary of State’s office has approved the backers to start gathering signatures on proposed initiative 53, which would allow fines and penalties assessed by Colorado courts to be donated to charities instead of Continue reading

Study Finds Potential Voter Fraud

A study which examined 11.5 million voter records in five states, including Colorado, uncovered 112 instances of possible improper voting, which occurred in the 2016 presidential election. Ten people who voted in Colorado are suspected of casting two Continue reading

Craig Man Arrested Again For Possession Of Meth

A Craig man, who was out on bond in a  Routt County drug case, was arrested on additional drug charges last month in Moffat County. 51-year-old Melvin Newton was taken into custody August 23rd, after a warrant for possession of a controlled substance was issued for his arrest. About a week earlier, Newton  allegedly dropped a bag containing Methamphetamine at the east Craig Kum & Go, Continue reading

UPDATE: Ex-Steamboat City Councilwoman Has Neck Stabilization Surgery

Mary Brown, who sustained serious injuries after crashing her bike in Steamboat earlier this month, had a successful neck stabilization surgery Saturday, according to the website on CaringBridge.org. The family says they realize she has a long journey ahead of her and are very appreciative of the support they have received from the community. According to an update posted to the website Tuesday, Brown will be Continue reading

UPDATE: 6 People Injured In Roll-Over

Six people were injured in a roll-over accident Saturday on Highway 40 west of Hayden. All were transported to the hospital for treatment, two with serious injuries. The driver, 38-year-old Brandi Shipman of Craig, was attempting to pass a vehicle on the highway when she lost control resulting in Continue reading

Golf Tournament To Raise Scholarship Funds

Entries are being accepted for this year’s Moffat County Sheriff’s Office Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament. Teams of four can register for the tournament at the cost of $280 per team, or $60 a player. The tournament will be held Saturday August 12th, with a shotgun start taking place at 8:30. Entry forms should be submitted to the Continue reading

Formal Proposal To Eliminate WOTUS Rule

The Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have formally submitted a proposal that would withdraw the federal government from the Waters of The United States Rule.  Rewriting this rule is not only popular with coal companies, but also with Continue reading