Stories for April 2000

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Wednesday, April 26

Resident supports trout limits

Private landowners could get more hunting licenses

Bill changes the amount of acreage needed to qualify

House Bill 1098 has passed the Colorado Senate and House and is now before the Senate Agriculture Committee. If approved, it will allow private landowners with 160 acres or more to be eligible for more big game hunting licenses.

City Council hung up on water, wastewater ordinance changes

House Bill 1098 has passed the Colorado Senate and House and is now before the Senate Agriculture Committee. If approved, it will allow private landowners with 160 acres or more to be eligible for more big game hunting licenses.

Racers looking for money, equipment from CouncilDisaster' strikes The Memorial Hospital

House Bill 1098 has passed the Colorado Senate and House and is now before the Senate Agriculture Committee. If approved, it will allow private landowners with 160 acres or more to be eligible for more big game hunting licenses.

Therapist offers anxiety, depression screenings

House Bill 1098 has passed the Colorado Senate and House and is now before the Senate Agriculture Committee. If approved, it will allow private landowners with 160 acres or more to be eligible for more big game hunting licenses.

Search for DOW director to be limited to Colorado

House Bill 1098 has passed the Colorado Senate and House and is now before the Senate Agriculture Committee. If approved, it will allow private landowners with 160 acres or more to be eligible for more big game hunting licenses.

Tuesday, April 25

BLM finalizes management plan

Officials now have criteria for wildland fire suppression efforts

Little Snake Resource Office Bureau of Land Management officials plan to implement a fire plan this summer that has been several months in the making.

Modem cowboy

Lifestyle doesn't reflect roots

State, BLM to swap land

The Colorado State Land Board and the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) are putting together a land swap and Moffat County is first on the list to get the deal going.

City Council set to sell old Cosgriff property

Ten city lots on Victory Way to be listed at $225,000; all Craig realtors to participate

The Colorado State Land Board and the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) are putting together a land swap and Moffat County is first on the list to get the deal going.

Hayden notes ...

The Colorado State Land Board and the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) are putting together a land swap and Moffat County is first on the list to get the deal going.

People

The Colorado State Land Board and the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) are putting together a land swap and Moffat County is first on the list to get the deal going.

Palisade shuts out baseball team

The Colorado State Land Board and the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) are putting together a land swap and Moffat County is first on the list to get the deal going.

Students could face stiffer academic requirements to participate in activities

One failing grade may keep Moffat County students from participating in extracurricular activities

The Colorado State Land Board and the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) are putting together a land swap and Moffat County is first on the list to get the deal going.

Speechster heads to nationals

MCHS senior Ben Shellhorn excited about prospect

The Colorado State Land Board and the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) are putting together a land swap and Moffat County is first on the list to get the deal going.

Sunday, April 23

Why shop Craig with high gas?

Students attending elementary schools in Craig did their part to promote Earth Day.

Baseball team shuts down Skiers

Students attending elementary schools in Craig did their part to promote Earth Day.

Board to review district teachers

Students attending elementary schools in Craig did their part to promote Earth Day.

Police department plans to equip cars with cameras

Students attending elementary schools in Craig did their part to promote Earth Day.

Blood drive scheduled to help Craig resident

Students attending elementary schools in Craig did their part to promote Earth Day.

Earth Day

Students do their part to send message

Students attending elementary schools in Craig did their part to promote Earth Day.

Soccer team continues to struggle on road

Students attending elementary schools in Craig did their part to promote Earth Day.

Saturday, April 22

Wedding announcement

Meats; Acord begin new life

Birth Announcements

Thursday, April 20

Maybell Tidbits

Manslaughter gets woman eight years in state prison

Stabbing husband lands Nelums in CDOC

Luree Highpines Nelums, 44, was sentenced Monday to eight years in Colorado Department of Corrections after being convicted of manslaughter in the June death of her husband.

Tired of tires?

Landfill offers deal

Senior scoop

Entire Columbine story not told

Personalize Resurrection

Student News

Anniversary

Richardsons celebrate golden anniversary

Obituaries / Funeral Notices

Wednesday, April 19

Obituaries / Funeral notices

Public meeting sparks action

Commissioners to establish youth care center advisory board

About 50 residents and community representatives attended a meeting Wednesday regarding the Moffat County Youth Care Center.

Tuesday, April 18

Land grab

Officials wary of proposed extension to Dinosaur National Monument

With the stroke of a pen, the drive to Dinosaur National Monument from Craig could be shorter if President Bill Clinton grants a request to the National Wildlife Federation.

Birth Announcements

Sailor's stomp Bulldog soccer team

Rep. McInnis criticizes federal administration at town meeting

Wilderness designation, land use top list of grievances

Hayden Tidbits

Obituaries / Funeral Notices

Monday, April 17

Hospital honors

Support for a plan to build an assisted living center for senior citizens in Craig is overwhelming, even surprising some Assisted Living Center Steering Committee members.

Construction of new car wash in Craig to begin first of May

Support for a plan to build an assisted living center for senior citizens in Craig is overwhelming, even surprising some Assisted Living Center Steering Committee members.

Girls team wins track meet

Support for a plan to build an assisted living center for senior citizens in Craig is overwhelming, even surprising some Assisted Living Center Steering Committee members.

Survey says community backs assisted living center proposal

Support for a plan to build an assisted living center for senior citizens in Craig is overwhelming, even surprising some Assisted Living Center Steering Committee members.

Library board denies request

Book on tape will not be banned

Support for a plan to build an assisted living center for senior citizens in Craig is overwhelming, even surprising some Assisted Living Center Steering Committee members.

Sunday, April 16

Planned Routt County burn gets out of control

Craig man dies in freak accident

Long-time Craig resident George Earl Simpson, 72, died Sunday after he was ran over by his own vehicle.

Wednesday, April 12

Fire drill saves family from smoke inhalation

Months of working with her children on what to do during a fire paid off for Bridgett Griffin this morning.

Author visits elementary students

Months of working with her children on what to do during a fire paid off for Bridgett Griffin this morning.

Leadership changes in Dinosaur

Town officials confused over some Board of Trustee election results

Area high school officials face rumors of violence

Months of working with her children on what to do during a fire paid off for Bridgett Griffin this morning.

Tuesday, April 11

Prescribed burn should improve Piceance Basin

Bulldogs = Iceberg

Sailors on Titanic downed 11 to 3

Obituaries / Funerals

Hayden tid bits

Pay utility bills automatically

City finance department offers customers new option

Safe schools bill moves forward

Legislation could put power of expulsion in hands of teachers

Opponents of Colorado Senate Bill 133 believe the bill will be too cumbersome and bring legal implications into classrooms.

Local education has problems

Monday, April 10

Oooooh! Aaaaah!

Community donations set to make explosive show

Funeral notice

Sunday, April 9

Big game harvest falls short in 1999

Number of elk bagged in Colorado down 20,000 lowest in years

Dispatchers provide lifeline to residents, officers

It's anxiety. The woman is frantic when she dials 911 at 2 a.m. because her son is choking. The only reassurance she has is the voice at the other end of the line calmly explaining what to do, both of them hoping the ambulance arrives in time.

'Moose' Barrows joins District 8 Colorado Senate race

Former Olympian, Steamboat Springs resident will challenge Jack Taylor for GOP nomination

Thursday, April 6

March ensured area will have plenty of water

There is one catch to a state Senate bill appropriating $2 million to public libraries in Colorado the only libraries that will receive funding are those who limit access to the Internet.

March Lion

There is one catch to a state Senate bill appropriating $2 million to public libraries in Colorado the only libraries that will receive funding are those who limit access to the Internet.

Maybell Happenings

There is one catch to a state Senate bill appropriating $2 million to public libraries in Colorado the only libraries that will receive funding are those who limit access to the Internet.

Baseball team steals one from Rifle

There is one catch to a state Senate bill appropriating $2 million to public libraries in Colorado the only libraries that will receive funding are those who limit access to the Internet.

Track teams to get tested at Palisade

There is one catch to a state Senate bill appropriating $2 million to public libraries in Colorado the only libraries that will receive funding are those who limit access to the Internet.

US West to improve rural phone service improved

Better telecommunications result of project

There is one catch to a state Senate bill appropriating $2 million to public libraries in Colorado the only libraries that will receive funding are those who limit access to the Internet.

Library funding depends on limiting Internet use

There is one catch to a state Senate bill appropriating $2 million to public libraries in Colorado the only libraries that will receive funding are those who limit access to the Internet.

Children's happiness focus of celebration

There is one catch to a state Senate bill appropriating $2 million to public libraries in Colorado the only libraries that will receive funding are those who limit access to the Internet.

Wednesday, April 5

GOCO initiative may mean good things for Moffat County

Vandalism at the Moffat County Youth Care Center has put a damper on a program designed to help mentally challenged people contribute to the community.

Youth Care Center site of additional vandalism

Vandalism at the Moffat County Youth Care Center has put a damper on a program designed to help mentally challenged people contribute to the community.

Grand Futures awarded grants

Vandalism at the Moffat County Youth Care Center has put a damper on a program designed to help mentally challenged people contribute to the community.

Snake River writers announce retirement

Vandalism at the Moffat County Youth Care Center has put a damper on a program designed to help mentally challenged people contribute to the community.

Grand Futures Prevention mobilizes Assets task force

Vandalism at the Moffat County Youth Care Center has put a damper on a program designed to help mentally challenged people contribute to the community.

Obituaries/Funerals

Fire partially guts area trailer

Vandalism at the Moffat County Youth Care Center has put a damper on a program designed to help mentally challenged people contribute to the community.

Tuesday, April 4

April holiday gives Extension office chance to teach 4-Hers cooking skills

Synonymous with Easter are eggs the painted, dyed or colored variety that find their way into homes and yards each year.

Winter flights over

Fate of candidates determined in April

Delegates to be chosen at county caucus

Sunday, April 2

Bids on safety center come in over budget

Costs are $2 million higher than expected

The second round of estimates for the Moffat County Public Safety Center were returned at the Moffat County Board of Commissioners meeting Friday.