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Wyoming State Fair Schedule Condensed

This schedule for this year’s Wyoming State Fair has been compacted into 4 days, down from the 8 day schedule that the fair normally encompasses. State Fair Director James Goodrich says the change was due to a decrease in state financial support because of Continue reading

City Council Supports Permit For New Coal Pit

The Craig City Council signed a letter of support at their meeting last night concerning a proposed air quality permit for the ColoWyo Mine Collom pit. The Moffat County Commissioners are expected to sign a similar letter at their meeting next week. The permit Continue reading

UPDATE: Holiday Drive Was A Big Success

The 19th annual 93-7/102-3 KRAI and 55 Country Holiday Drive was a huge success. Hundreds of people stopped by during the two day Holiday Drive to donate new unwrapped toys, gifts for senior citizens, non-perishable food and cash. 100% of all the donations collected during the Holiday Drive will benefit the Interfaith Food Continue reading

Final Day To Donate To Holiday Drive

The final day of the 19th annual 93-7/102-3 KRAI and 55 Country Holiday Drive is going on now outside the Centennial Mall. Hundreds of people stopped by yesterday to get the Holiday Drive off to a great start with their donations. While yesterdays donations were numerous, there is still a great need for more. Traditionally the 2nd day of the Holiday Drive is busier than the first, and organizers are hopeful that trend continues this year, as requests for assistance from the charities benefiting from the holiday drive are Continue reading

The Holiday Drive Is Underway

The Annual 93-7/102-3 KRAI and 55 Country Holiday Drive is going on now! The Drive which started at 6 this morning ends at 6 tonight and continues again tomorrow from 6am to 6pm. Santa Claus and volunteers are standing by now to take your donations to benefit the Continue reading

Donate To Holiday Drive Thursday And Friday

The 19th annual 93.7 102.3 KRAI and 55 Country Holiday Drive gets underway tomorrow.  As in years past, volunteers will be outside the Centennial Mall in Craig to take donations of non-perishable food, Continue reading

Holiday Drive Is On The Horizon

The annual 93.7 102.3 KRAI and 55 Country Holiday Drive will be held on Thursday and Friday November 30th and December 1st, at the Centennial Mall in Craig. 93.7 102.3 KRAI staff will Continue reading

Wyoming Plans To Create Outdoor Rec Office

Wyoming is expected announce plans this week, to create an Office of Outdoor Recreation, according to reports. A recent report from a governor’s task force recommended re-branding the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources to prioritize outdoor recreation. The report Continue reading

Trump Nominates Gillette Native As U.S. Attorney

President Trump has nominated Gillette native Mark Klaassen to serve as the U.S. Attorney for Wyoming. Klaassen has served as an assistant U.S. attorney for Wyoming for the last eight years. He has also served as chief of staff to the general council for the Continue reading

Learn How To Stop Human Trafficking In MOCO

Free training will be available tomorrow for those interested in preventing human trafficking from coming through and happening in Moffat County. Members of the Colorado Organization for Victims Assistance, Advocates Crisis Support Services and the Craig Police Department are hosting the meeting to provide information on Continue reading

Texting And Driving Fine May Go Up

A measure that would increase the fines associated with texting and driving in Colorado passed out of a State Senate committee yesterday. The measure would increase the fine for texting and driving in Colorado  from $50 to $300. Drivers will still be able to text under certain circumstances, like when they are Continue reading

Wyoming’s Support For Trump Highest In US

Wyoming voters supported President Elect Donald Trump at the highest rate in the Country. Trump received approximately 70% of the votes from Wyoming in November’s election. Experts have attributed the dominant victory to the decline in the production of coal and natural gas, which is at least partially due to the extensive environmental Continue reading