A new police officer was sworn in at this week’s Craig City Council meeting. Junior Gonzalez is now on the Craig Police force. Also at Tuesday’s meeting, City Council agreed to sign a mutual confidentiality agreement with Mammoth Networks regarding the area’s broadband project. The agreement is intended to protect proprietary information from competitors.
It’s Safety Day Friday for seventh graders at Craig Middle School. The helicopter from Classic Air Medical will be landing on the football field.
That’s Chad Bowdre with Classic Air Medical. The ambulance and fire trucks will also be there along with medical personnel from Memorial Regional Health.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are looking for another person in Frisco, who reached out and touched the leg of a moose. The moose kicked him. Mike Porras with the agency says Social Media can be a big help.
The Steamboat Police Department will be hosting a spring installment of Coffee with a Cop, Friday. Members of the Steamboat Springs Police will be at the Off The Beaten Path Bookstore from 8 to 10 in the morning. Free coffee will be available. In addition to Continue reading →
Alcohol consumption is believed to have contributed to a roll-over accident over the weekend In Craig. According to a representative with the Craig Police Department, an unidentified Craig man was driving on Ranney Street Saturday afternoon, north of Victory way, Continue reading →
The Craig Police Department has posted two videos to their Facebook page showing 2 males that are persons of interest in a recent burglary. Anyone with information on the identities of Continue reading →
Craig Police are warning residents of a new scam, where people are calling targets in Northwest Colorado and South Central Wyoming, claiming to be an employee of a local law enforcement agency. The callers tell the victims they have a warrant out for Continue reading →
The Steamboat Springs Police Department is offering a free Citizens’ Police Academy to residents interested in enhancing their knowledge of local law enforcement. The class will be held April 25th through June 27th. Each session will be taught by police department personnel. Participants must be Continue reading →
The City of Craig has officially named Jerry DeLong as the new Police Chief. DeLong took over on an interim basis for outgoing Police Chief Walt Vanatta, who accepted a retirement package from the city last August. DeLong has worked at the Craig Police Department in a variety of capacities since 1985. The City also Continue reading →