Stories for February 2001

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Wednesday, February 28

Wrestling tradition begins at Craig Middle School

Moffat County High School wrestling Coach Roman Gutierrez was the middle of the mat demonstrating the proper way to throw a single leg, using high school wrestler Kyle Kostur as his partner.

Sheriffs department sells bricks

The Moffat County Sheriff's Department will sell bricks at the Public Safety Center as a fund-raiser for its scholarship program and to purchase and upgrade exercise equipment for the new building.

Shooter aims for indoor arena

At a time where the legislative docket is clotted with bills geared to keep youth from guns, a proposal that combines the two using government funding might have been frowned upon. But it wasn't.

Tuesday, February 27

Obituaries

Renovated hotel set to have grand opening Friday

A remodeling project that began some 10 months ago is coming to fruition as the new Affordable Inn, formerly El Rancho Motel, opens for business on Friday.

Monday, February 26

Obituaries

Sunday, February 25

Obituaries

Thursday, February 22

Obituaries

Tuesday, February 20

Commissioners address 15-year-old controversy

An effort by the Moffat County Board of Commissioners to save taxpayers nearly $200,000 dollars to replace a bridge is creating controversy among landowners.

Commissioners address

An effort by the Moffat County Board of Commissioners to save taxpayers nearly $200,000 dollars to replace a bridge is creating controversy among landowners.

Monday, February 19

Bulldogs beat Panthers to finish regular season

Coach Blaine Corlett was impressed with what he saw this weekend when the Bulldogs boys varsity basketball team came out early and didn't let up against Delta.

Tuesday, February 6

Bulldog wrestlers gear up for Regionals

This weekend the Bulldog wrestlers head to Grand Junction for Regionals, which will decide who sits home and who get a round-trip ticket to Denver for the state wrestling tournament.

Monday, February 5

Bulldog swimmers place second in GJ

The Moffat County High School girls swim team raced their way to a respectable finish of their regular season at Grand Junction this weekend they placed second as a team.