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District administrators, school principals to take parent input
Craig resident Michelle Moore is trying to stay positive in the midst of change.
Steven Jay Heafner, 48, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of violating bail bonds and violating a restraining order.
From spending a week working cattle on a ranch to getting lost in a corn maze, agritourism activities are popping up across the state. According to a 2006 survey by CSU, 13.2 million visitors experienced agritourism in Colorado, with a total economic impact of $2.2 billion.
District, state competitions on the horizon
You could say the past few months have been hectic for Becky and Kaci Meek.
Well, now we know a little more of the history of the beginnings of the Mount Streeter mine.
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" approaches the most crucial, philosophical aspects of our existence - love, friendship, death, etc. Most impressive is the fact that the movie handles such questions in reverse.
7 a.m. to 7:15 p.m. Ongoing games in the Yampa Valley Invitational men's hockey tournament are at Moffat County Ice Arena, 600 S. Ranney. For more information, call 824-3011.
Girls win, 56-31; boys win, 69-36
In a sloppy Slope opener, The Devils committed 32 turnovers, losing to Moffat County, 56-31, in Gypsum.
Carla Roloff has a new court date and a new attorney.
Suicide prevention class Thursday
A long-time area prosecutor used part of her Friday morning to remove three framed degrees, reminders of a family heritage in law, from a wall in her office at the Moffat County Courthouse.
Why should criminal cases be covered at all?
Lawmaker seeks to change distributions of energy exploration revenue
Rookie lawmaker Randy Baumgardner, of Hot Sulphur Springs, is finding his first week in the Colorado Legislature slightly daunting.
Moffat County Commission last met: Tuesday, Jan. 6
Yampa Valley Invitational men's hockey tournament continues today
Less than three minutes into Friday night's game against Steamboat Springs, Doug Bouck made a statement.
Local folks remember pranks, critters and cold nights involved in a trip to outdoor privies
Ask older residents about their memories of "outhouses," and the first thing they recall is tipping the buildings over on Halloween. The memories come from their younger days, when tipping the privies was a common prank.