For the 10th year, they will come for glory. They will come for a chance to be named the best. They will come for the mud.
When the city annexed Lex Burton's property, he agreed with one condition: they allow him to keep his horses, to which the city relented, but only as long as Burton was alive to take care of them. Now, that agreement has come under scrutiny.
Craig Weiher, of Craig, said he could barely hold back tears when he was waiting Friday in the terminal at the Yampa Valley Regional Airport.
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. First Congregational Church, 630 Green St., hosts its first "Junk in the Trunk" community yard sale in the south parking lot. The cost for sellers is $10 for two parking spaces and a table, if needed. Call pastor Bob Woods at 824-6836 between 9 a.m. and noon.
Arguments focus on minutes before Cynthia's death
After the first week of Terry Hankins' murder trial, the case seems to have boiled down to discerning what happened in the brief amount of time before Cynthia Hankins' death.
Throughout August and September, community members can help needy students be ready for the first day of school by donating new school supplies to Love INC.'s Project School Supply.
Officers responded to a noise complaint.
During the past several months, hydraulic fracturing has become a hot topic and subjected to much misrepresentation.
"The Axial Basin Development Company, owner of the Mt. Streeter mine at Axial and the Mt. Streeter Railroad Co. and which last year prepared a survey of the proposed railroad line between Mt. Streeter and Wamsutter, Wyo., is about to come to life again, according to the Craig Empire. The company has lain dormant since last summer, when a proposition to build the railroad proved unsuccessful.
Last met: Aug. 11
At 1 p.m. today at the Popular Bar there will be a mini billiards tournament and Billiards Congress of America sign-up social.
By Monday, the choice parking spot at Yampa Valley Golf Course might be occupied by a new car.
In Denver recently, I noticed a tour bus unloading passengers near the 16th Street Mall and instantly felt sleepy.
Well, let's see. First of all, you wait until summer is almost over, and then one day, when you have two or three truckloads of visitors show up, you sweetly say that you can't figure out how to get your swamp cooler installed into the window and running so that you can be cool.
Most of us do lots of cooking with ground beef. This week's ground beef recipe is courtesy of the Colorado Beef Council.
The Carcass Contest has just taken place. The boxes of items to be sorted, like ones from the pavilion judging (that are filled with such items as can openers, plastic spoons, paper plates, tape, staplers, scoring sheets and ribbons) have been returned to the Moffat County Extension Office.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - You and two close buddies could be at odds where minor issues are concerned, but don't fret. You'll be in complete harmony with all major concerns, and that's what counts.
Dear Annie: I'm 19 years old and haven't had a real conversation with my father in five years. My parents divorced when I was 3, and I saw my father every other weekend until I was 14 and realized he was an alcoholic. The only time he ever called was to ask me to talk to my mother about dropping the tremendous amount of back child support he owed. He also became violent toward me more than a few times. We've been estranged ever since.
One by one, large metal pieces of the elaborate scaffolding that filled the Moffat County High School auditorium are being removed.