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Tipton Urges Fix To “Threatening” Water Rule

Following a 6th Circuit Court of Appeals decision that lifted the nationwide stay on the Waters of the United States Rule, or WOTUS, Members of the Congressional Western Caucus are calling on Congress to pass legislation to address the regulation. Colorado Congressman Scott Tipton says it is unacceptable that Continue reading

New Medical Building Coming To Craig

Memorial Regional Health has received a $500,000 grant from the Colorado Health Foundation, which will help them build a new Medical Office Building in Craig. The new building Continue reading

Trucker Found Dead

The body of a California truck driver was found in the sleeper of his truck last week at Cruel Jack’s Travel Plaza west of Rock Springs. The man has been identified as 60-year-old Richard Arnold, of Modesto, California. Arnold’s truck was checked when his company reported they were unable to Continue reading

Federal Fugitive And White Supremacist Arrested

A federal fugitive was arrested Wednesday afternoon In Mesa County. 40-year-old Rodney Price was taken into custody after officers conducted a search at a home in DeBeque. Price was wanted for Federal firearms violations and also had warrants out of Mesa and Garfield County. The Continue reading

Senators Respond To State Of The Union

Colorado’s Senators both responded to the President’s State of the Union speech last night. Republican Senator Cory Gardner applauded the President’s speech, highlighting his call for unity, saying the goals the president outlined will “serve Continue reading

Winter Coats Dangerous For Kids In Car Seats

While it may seem appropriate to bundle your kids up during the winter months, parents are being reminded that bulky winter coats pose a danger to kids in car seats. Winter coats should never be worn underneath a car seat harness, as the material of the coat can compress in a crash, leaving the harness straps too loose to be effective. Car crashes are a leading cause of death nationwide for children under the Continue reading

Don’t Leave Cars On The Side Of The Road

The Colorado Department of Transportation is reminding those planning on recreating in the backcountry to be cautious when leaving their vehicle parked on the side of a roadway. Anyone leaving a vehicle unattended on the side of the Continue reading

Two Injured In Roll-Over

A Craig man and an unidentified passenger sustained minor injuries in an accident Saturday night on Highway 131, 2 miles north of Oak Creek. 19-year-old Victor Bianculli lost control, resulting in the car leaving the highway, where it rolled onto Continue reading

One Dead In Highway 13 Accident

One person was killed yesterday afternoon in a 2 vehicle accident on Highway 13 just north of Rifle. A 24-year-old male lost control around 3:30, resulting in his car sliding across the highway, where it was t-boned by a vehicle being driven by a 58-year-old Colorado woman, closing Continue reading

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