News for Tuesday, October 28, 2008



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Red Ribbon Week to supplement anti-substance abuse messages in school

Intent to prevent

Matt Beckett was greeted by hugs and high fives Monday when he made an appearance at East Elementary School.

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Birch keeps tabs from Iraq

Hayden police chief proud of department's professionalism

Hayden Police Chief Ray Birch has been in Iraq for about three months, and the Steamboat Pilot & Today reached him by e-mail to find out how things are going.

Jennifer L. Grubbs: My definition of 'hope'

There's been a lot of talk about "hope" this year.

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Twin sisters take every opportunity to vote

A mission never finished

In 1944, twin sisters Edith McLean and Ardith Cooper turned 21.

Datebook for Oct. 28


Police Blotter for Oct. 28

Moffat County Jail

Maren Schmidt: Misbehavior meets needs

Misbehavior. That's when you don't act the way I want you to when I want you to.

Jerry Bartholome: Obama questioned

To the editor:

Mary Jo Brown: Time is complex

Time, I find, is a complex thing. I find myself hurrying only to find I have time, and I end up waiting. And, when I think I am on time, I end up late. It's just me, I know, but sometimes my watch and clock seems fast or slow.

Bob Schaffer to visit Craig on Wednesday

Bob Schaffer, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in the Nov. 4 general election, plans to appear Wednesday in Craig to speak briefly and answer questions.

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College hoops on the horizon

CNCC basketball team begins play

If geography plays a roll in supporting a team, college basketball fans in Craig don't have to go far to find one.

John Vandelinder: Bulldog beat for Oct. 28

The fall sports season has pretty much come to a close, with the football team hosting Cortez in the season's final event Friday.

County awarded grant money for security

Although less than requested, Moffat County has been awarded grant money to bolster security at the county courthouse.

Craig briefs for Oct. 28

Craig briefs for Oct. 28