News for Thursday, May 29, 2008

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Council sees draft liquor licensing ordinance

There's a light at the end of the tunnel.

Rodeo team gears up for state finals

The Moffat County High School rodeo team is counting the days.

Bulldogs lead All-Star game

Moffat County High School pitchers shut down opposition

They gelled, turned double plays and looked like they had been playing together all season. They were the best baseball players from Moffat County, Steamboat Springs and Delta, and they collaborated to beat the stars from Palisade, Rifle, Glenwood Springs and Eagle Valley, 6-1, in the Western Slope League All-Star Classic at Copper Field in Rifle.

Cathy Hamilton: Mind wanders as feet walk

I'm back on the exercise track after an embarrassing rib injury kept me sidelined for six weeks.

Bill Harding: Memorial Day services a success

I wish to thank all who attended the Memorial Day services at the Craig cemetery and the services at the Maybell cemetery Monday.

TMH officials looking into name change

The Memorial Hospital is a community hospital, said Samantha Johnston, TMH service excellence officer.

Datebook for May 29

8:30 to 10 a.m. Senior swimnastics is at the American Legion Post 62 pool, 1055 Moffat County Road 7. Call 824-3625.

Police blotter for May 27

Armando Valdez Borja, 18, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on a warrant.

Craig briefs for May 29

Carnival extending stay

A calling to Northwest Colorado

Former Craig resident starts new church in Hayden

Books, papers and other office materials are strewn about the office of Pastor Bill Ditges, while in the corner stand a cowboy hat, saddle and horseshoeing tools. Ditges said these western decorations are an indication that he has never really left Northwest Colorado.

Moffat County FFA Alumni: Recycling popular

On behalf of the FFA Alumni, we would like to thank everyone who brought their computers to the first annual Computer Recycling Day. You are helping make our world a better place for our children and grandchildren.

Friends of Tanya Bohrer: Thanks for support

We would like to thank everyone for coming out to support Tanya Bohrer at her benefit auction. Also, thanks to everyone who donated items and food for the event.

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Teacher attrition rate up

Study indicates multiple factors influence teachers' decisions to quit

Drew Morris, Craig Middle School eighth-grade social studies teacher, said there are some things that can't be taught in a college classroom.