It was a busy holiday on Colorado roads, as residents and tourists traveled for Thanksgiving celebrations with friends and family, according to a news release.
With a roster full of both experienced grapplers and younger talents who already have a leg up on the competition, Moffat County High School wrestling is ready for all comers this winter. As the start of the season approaches, MCHS coach Tanner Linsacum and his athletes are prepared to be a Western Slope powerhouse, capitalizing on the successes of last year and keeping the Bulldog tradition going strong.
Class leader Erick Ocampo said that many Latinos have poor diets that include eating unhealthy foods and eating a lot, not exercising and not getting help for health issues until the issues are very serious.
As the Moffat County Commissioners continue to sift through budget woes, we’re curious what’s next on the chopping block for our county.
The Christmas season continues in Craig and Moffat County, and here’s a handy guide to many of the area’s Holiday Happenings.
On the record for Dec. 2
Spartans seeking scholarship funding for potential players
There are months and months between now and when Colorado Northwestern Community College soccer teams will begin their second season, but as coach Lance Noble sees it, time’s a-wasting to get the Spartans prepped to rise to the next level.
The Craig branch of Moffat County Libraries, 570 Green St., will host a Christmas craft party for 4 to 6 p.m. Dec. 6. Put together a paper snowman or Christmas tree like nothing you’ve seen before.
On Thanksgiving Day, my daughter sent us a priceless video of our granddaughter, Kylee Jo, sharing the things she is most grateful. We beamed with pride as she reeled off her list: my mom and dad, my Nana and Papa, my Gigi and Pa, my dog Annie, police officers, macaroni and cheese and Donald Trump! Her sweet thoughts caused me to ponder the things I am grateful for as well.
This year when I got ready to make sweet potatoes for our Thanksgiving dinner, I hunted for a recipe that I used last year. The family had enjoyed the sweet potatoes, especially our son Jody.
Each year when the Christmas season rolls around, my mind wanders back to my childhood days when I was growing up on the ranch at Morapos. Whenever I write about growing up experiences, I marvel at how much I’ve forgotten or perhaps how I have chosen to remember things. My siblings often remember events another way. So here it goes.
Maybell Elementary School has a new principal and a new teacher this year.
Flu shots available at TMH Medical Clinic
Every fall brings a new flu bug to challenge our immune systems. The flu virus adapts each year and can be hard to predict. The flu shot is designed with the latest strains in mind and often offers good protection.
As part of the Orion National Air Rifle League, Bears Ears Sportsman Club’s youth shooting program recently completed their respective seasons, competing in meets with competitors across the country.
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