U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., toured Craig Station on Wednesday as part of his energy outreach program, which highlights the multiple areas in which Colorado's diverse energy portfolio is leading the country in innovation and energy independence.
Drivers slowed and pedestrians pulled out cameras as Steve Wescott and LeeRoy Brown strolled down the street. It might not sound that odd, but bear in mind — LeeRoy Brown is a goat.
Crews are battling the Disappointment Fire near Elk Springs.
EAGLE-Net representatives visited Moffat County Tuesday for the first time in five months, highlighting the procedures and problems that the broadband-internet alliance is currently facing.
Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., left, visits with Craig Station Manager Rick Johnson on Wednesday. Udall was in Moffat County to promote his energy outreach project.
LeeRoy Brown, a 6-year-old Alpine/Boer goal mix, takes a nap in the shade while owner Steve Wescott eats breakfast. Wescott made his traveling companion small padded shoes for LeeRoy's comfort as the pair walk from Seattle to New York City.
Steve Wescott and his furry traveling companion LeeRoy Brown stroll down West Victory Way in Craig on Tuesday. Wescott is walking from Seattle to New York City to raise money for Uzima Outreach and Intervention in Nairobi, Kenya. UOI is an orphanage and rehabilitation center that Wescott began with his best friend Steve Turner in 2010.