All branches of the Moffat County Libraries will be closed through Sunday for Thanksgiving.
The 5K Turkey Trot Run/Walk and One-Mile Fun Run in Hayden will give people a chance to work off their Thanksgiving feast and help raise money for a good cause. The race takes place at 10 a.m. Saturday at Hayden’s Dry Creek Park, 513 Poplar St., and promises to take place in “rain, snow, sleet or shine.” The cost is a donation to the Hayden Valley Elementary Health & Wellness Team. There will be prizes for the top three 5K finishers, as well as for kids who are able to snatch a feather from the turkeys in the Fun Run portion. Drawings will also take place, and refreshments such as hot cider will be available.
It would be a cinematic sin to reveal too much about any mystery-themed movie. However, as “Secret in Their Eyes” shows, there are worse things than spoilers.
Sometimes we are just plain scared to immerse ourselves in new and different thing for any number of reasons. It doesn’t really matter what it is because we can find justification to avoid trying something new. An illustration of this happened to me recently. My job in a library means that I need to come up with some creative projects to make the library a fun and welcoming place for elementary school students. The problem is that I have no inner artsy self. Nothing.
Just as Moffat County’s Interfaith Food Bank shelves were beginning to look rather bare, Craig Middle School students came to the rescue with a monumentally successful “Feed Moffat County” food drive.
Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., and Republican Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio introduced a bill on Nov. 19 that aims to create a funding avenue for carbon capture and storage projects at power plants and industrial facilities.
Hunting has been the catalyst for many families who have wound up settling in Craig, and the same was true for 37 year-old Archie Seals. Born in Nebraska in 1910, Archie married fellow Nebraskan, Mary McEntree in 1927. Archie was farming when World War II came, and with a houseful of both his own children and orphaned nieces and nephews, Archie was not able to join the service. His service to the war effort came through his agricultural production. German prisoners of war, who were being held in the states, were assigned to Archie to work on the farm during the conflict.
On the record for Nov. 25.
Former state Senate president Morgan Carroll, who announced she’s running against Mike Coffman in the 6th congressional district, is seen as the Democrats’ best chance at the seat. But can she beat Coffman?
Halloween and Christmas encroach upon Thanksgiving like two overgrown bullies harassing an innocent child. While still recovering from the sugar-soaked fun of Halloween, we’re besieged by the holly-jolliness of Christmas marketing. We shop for a Thanksgiving turkey amidst Christmas must-haves and sit down to eat it under the shadow of Black Friday, which creeps into Thursday, luring us into frenzied shopping sprees.
Tuesday was full of the Thanksgiving spirit in Moffat County schools, as many of them marked the occasion with special activities to teach kids about the history of the holiday.
Craig City Council recap for Nov. 24.
Craig City Council officially adopted an ordinance to increase water and wastewater rates at its biweekly meeting Tuesday night.
The holiday season is coming soon, and here are some of the early events to get you in the spirit in Craig and Moffat County.
Routt County officials view the anticipated sale of Twentymile Coal Co. to Bowie Resource Partners as a positive development.
Senior to compete for University of Colorado-Colorado Springs
Moffat County High School senior Selena Hernandez sees her favorite sport as an ideal metaphor for persistence when the going gets tough. Though she has yet to clear every obstacle of her high school career, she’s nearing a finish line that will also serve as the starting line for something even bigger and better. Hernandez signed her letter of intent Monday to run track for University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, competing in hurdles and relays.
On the record for Nov. 24.
Craig Chamber of Commerce Director Christina Oxley addressed the Moffat County Commissioners at their weekly meeting Tuesday morning regarding the funding of the Moffat County Visitor Center in 2016.
The digitization of the Three Wire Winter magazine will preserve the recorded voices of mid-Twentieth Century Routt County pioneers.
Craig Parks & Recreation is organizing a co-ed dodgeball league. Team requirements are ages 15 and older, groups of six to 10 with at least two female players. The cost is $20 per person, and games will take place Wednesday nights at Craig Middle School starting in January. The deadline is Dec. 16.