Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

Heat Is On For Thanksgiving

The Thanksgiving Heat is On DUI Enforcement Campaign in Colorado is underway and will last through Monday the 27th. The Colorado Department of Transportation is partnering with the State Patrol, and other local law Continue reading

Thanksgiving Luncheon For Seniors In Craig

The Craig Senior Social Center is hosting a Thanksgiving luncheon for members Thursday. The lunch will be held from 11:30 to 1 at the Bell Tower.  Attendees are asked to bring  a side dish, if not able, come anyway, as there will be plenty of Continue reading

Coloradans Hit The Road For Thanksgiving

holiday-travelThe number of Coloradans traveling more than 50 miles from their homes for the Thanksgiving holiday is expected to increase for the 9th straight year.  AAA is estimating that approximately 791 thousand Coloradans or 14.5% of the population will travel away from home for the Thanksgiving Continue reading

Get Your Flu Shot Soon

flu-shot-logoThe Colorado state health department is reminding people to get flu shots before Thanksgiving. Flu season typically peaks in January after the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday seasons. Active germs become prevalent during events with a lot of people, like family gatherings. The flu sent over 16-hundred Coloradans to the hospital and so far this year, eight have been Continue reading

Thanksgiving DUI Enforcement Underway

DUIThe Thanksgiving Heat is On DUI Enforcement Campaign in Colorado begins Friday and will last through Monday the 28th. The Colorado Department of Transportation is partnering with the State Patrol, and other local law enforcement, to remove as many intoxicated drivers from the roads as possible. 283 impaired drivers were arrested Continue reading

308 Drivers Arrested Over Halloween Weekend

DUI308 impaired drivers were taken off the roads by Colorado law enforcement officers during the Halloween weekend Heat is on Campaign.  This is an increase from the 269 drivers that were arrested during the same enforcement period last year.  According to the Chief of the Colorado State Patrol Continue reading

Shop Small Businesses This Saturday

scott-tipton-AT-KRAI-300Highlighting the positive impacts small businesses have on communities across the nation, Congressman Scott Tipton yesterday encouraged his constituents to participate in Small Business Saturday. Small Business Saturday, the Saturday after Thanksgiving has become the traditional day to show support for local businesses and recognize their impact on communities.  Tipton stated that “Shopping small is a sure way to find unique, high quality items, and it’s a great opportunity Continue reading

Parade of Lights Entries Sought

Parade of LightsThe Parade of Lights will be held later this month in Craig, and entries are being accepted now. The parade traditionally happens on the 1st Saturday after Thanksgiving, and features holiday themed Continue reading

Government Offices and Banks Closed Today

4th-of-july-300Those trying to get to the bank or contact government offices today are finding that those entities are closed in observation of the Independence Day holiday. Today is considered the official observance of the day by the federal government. Many people are used to seeing those entities close on Mondays when a federal holiday falls on the weekend, however that’s not Continue reading