This fall, six women graduated from “Baby and Me — Tobacco Free,” a program to keep women from smoking during and after pregnancy. Funded by a grant and led locally by Hope Cook, the prenatal coordinator for the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association, the program gives expecting and new moms incentive and motivation to quit smoking and stay smoke-free.
Craig woman Lori Wagner on Friday pleaded guilty to attempted theft and criminal mischief after she was accused of stealing more than $30,000 from a Steamboat Springs real estate company.
On Friday, Gov. Bill Ritter ordered United States and Colorado state flags be lowered on all public buildings Monday in honor of U.S. Army Specialist Jonathon M. Sylvestre, 21, of Colorado Springs.
Datebook for Nov. 14
Government update for Nov. 10
The Moffat County School District and Moffat County Education Association are partnering to oppose the rescission, or cut to public education funding, scheduled to occur in January 2010 and again in the budget year 2010-2011.
Team comes away with 8 1st-place finishes
After facing tough competition in the first national meet of the year, the Bad Dogs youth wrestling team got back to its winning ways in Granby. Wrestling in the Wild West match Nov. 7, the Bad Dogs were in midseason form, coach Rodney Klimper said.
Many veterans attended the Veterans Day activities Wednesday at Moffat County High School.
Daily horoscope for Nov. 14
Police Blotter for Nov. 12
Ken Johnson’s charges stem from reported misconduct
The case against former Craig Police Detective Ken Johnson was continued Friday until 11 a.m. Dec. 8 in Moffat County District Court.
Given its status as perhaps the most important of public functions, education is a topic often discussed and debated, and one most people have an opinion about. Generally, those opinions revolve around what could be done better, both locally and statewide. On both fronts, there’s no shortage of problems.
Even with the first Moffat County High School home basketball game not scheduled before the new year, there was no problem packing the gym. During the first Midnight Madness, the boys and girls teams scrimmaged with more than 100 people in attendance at Moffat County High School.
To make “Cranberry Salad,” you’ll need: a small package of raspberry gelatin, 1 cup boiling water, a small, flat can of crushed pineapple, a 16-ounce can whole cranberry sauce, two bananas (sliced), and 1/2 cup chopped pecans.
“The Men Who Stare at Goats” shows just what you can do with enough concentration and determination.
Maybell is a ranching community 30 miles west of Craig. We love our teensy town!
First increase in 10 years a bright spot for school district
Official numbers of fundable students in the Moffat County School District have remained steady since preliminary estimates released earlier this year, school officials said.
At age 85 and a Craig resident, Ray Wagner still has strong feelings about World War II and the atrocities he said he faced and committed while overseas.