News for Tuesday, April 7, 2009




Craig voters elect council members, mayor

Craig voters chose four council members during Tuesday's city election.

Police Blotter for April 5

Moffat County Jail

Ex-governors to debate global warming

Since Feb. 23, Kate Nowak said she has been adjusting to a learning curve. Her progress continues this month as Yampa Valley Partners' new executive director puts the finishing touches on Fueling Thought Energy Summit 2009, planned for May 14 and 15 at the Holiday Inn of Craig.

Craig briefs: Horizons Casino Night planned for April 17

Almost all of Horizons Specialized Services adult clients in Craig require 24/7 care, said Kay Borvansky, Horizons resource development coordinator.

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Hunting a key focus

Population reductions concern local business owner at meeting with DOW

Critics of the Colorado Division of Wildlife throughout the past few years mostly have claimed there are too many elk, deer and antelope in Moffat County.

Overcoming disease with education

CDC designates April as STD awareness month

Officials from the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association contend there is a key ingredient in limiting the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Education.

Gov. Bill Ritter: Keys to state's economic recovery

These clearly are difficult economic times everywhere. Nearly every economic sector, industry, business and family is struggling. Without a doubt, tough times still lie ahead.

Interfaith Food Bank volunteers: Thanks from food bank

The Interfaith Food Bank would like to thank the many people who donated to United Way and specifically our agency as the benefactor.

RaChell Novacek: TMH staff wonderful

We have all had good and bad customer service and care issues in the past. We never have trouble sharing the bad ones, but we forget to tell people about the good ones, because they are good.

Senior Spotlight for April 7

Hope. That's one thing I believe everyone has in some amount. Small or large, it helps us to get through what it is we are facing. I heard someone once say, "Well, there is no hope for me." There is, if you believe in Jesus. That's what Easter is all about. Have a very good Easter.

Annie's Mailbox: Family has history of abuse

Dear Annie: My grandfather molested me when I was a child, and I have been in therapy much of my adult life as a result. My entire family has a disturbing history of sexual abuse and incest, passed along from father to son.

Datebook for April 7


Tracie Austin, Randi Austin and Chance Green, Jim and Dee White, Susie and Jamie Lord and families: Thank you for sympathy

The family of Jason D. Austin would like to say thank you to all our many friends and extended families for your outpouring of love and sympathy during our time of great sadness.

Horoscopes for April 7, 2009

ARIES (March 21-April 19) - In your haste to move ahead quickly, you could take on something you're ill-prepared to handle. As a consequence, instead of advancing your cause, you are likely to retard it further.

3 Bulldogs in top 3 of state after meet

A snowy Saturday morning bus drive to Grand Junction didn't give the Moffat County track coaches much optimism for the coming day.