On cold, crisp December evenings, you can spot two glittering star clusters in the constellation of Taurus the Bull, high up in the eastern sky around 8 p.m. They are the Hyades and the Pleiades star clusters.
After nearly two years of service, The Memorial Hospital CEO John Rossfeld has submitted his resignation and will be leaving his post Dec. 11, according to a press release from TMH.
The firefighters were at Cafe Diva restaurant with their wives for date night.
The fourth annual Festival of Trees, hosted by Moffat County Youth United Way and Moffat County High School Key Club, begins Nov. 30 and will fill the second floor of the Moffat County Courthouse with festively decorated Christmas trees.
It’s not the scene one would expect when learning about the snowmaking process at the Steamboat Ski Area.
As the snow falls, memories of winters past flood my mind. Our family used to play in the snow frequently. What else do you do when most days the seasons are winter? Our favorite snow activity was snowmachining.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
Craig Middle School will host an informational meeting for parents at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the CMS cafeteria, 915 Yampa Ave., for seventh- and eighth-grade girls interested in playing basketball this season. Practices will begin Dec. 7 with games starting in January.
In this day and age of single-parent child rearing, it is still possible to raise a well- mannered, healthy child with self-esteem in place. Achieving this goal requires investing extra time and effort to realize results for a lifetime.
Craig local Justin Warren pleaded guilty to second-degree assault on two Moffat County Sheriff’s deputies and methamphetamine distribution on Nov. 17.
Those who were hoping for snow to kick off the holiday got their wish granted recently, and the activity may not be done yet. Craig saw about six inches of powder in the past few days, with roughly half of the cold substance falling in the wee hours of Thanksgiving Day. Precipitation looks to continue Sunday and Monday, possibly stretching through Tuesday as the area is under a “Hazardous Weather Outlook” by the National Weather Service.
The air was well below freezing Saturday night, but it was also full of the sounds and sights of everyone’s favorite time of the year. The Parade of Lights hosted by the Downtown Business Association brought the Craig community out and about to get in the holiday spirit as the Christmas season goes into full swing.
A rollover accident on Colorado Highway 13 sent one man to The Memorial Hospital in the early hours of Saturday.
All branches of the Moffat County Libraries will be closed through Sunday for Thanksgiving.
Craig health briefs for Nov. 28, 2015: National Day of Remembrance Thursday for drunk driving victims
Health-related news and announcements, and tips for staying healthy from Craig and Moffat County healthcare providers.
As members of Moffat County High School sports teams take to the field or the court to sprint, catch, tackle and more, there are also those who are also putting their athleticism to the test in rooting them on to victory. The MCHS cheerleaders will be back in action this winter, using their brief break between football season and basketball and wrestling to regroup and reenergize to put on the best possible experience for fans of the Bulldogs.
Residents in the town of Dinosaur may have access to natural gas before next winter.
Thanksgiving is a time for reflection. Warm memories, overstuffed afternoons and family. Yet rising from this cornucopia of good feelings, like a rubber chicken from a shopping cart full of cut-up fryers, is that runner-up for national bird... the Turkey.