News for Wednesday, September 30, 2009

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Daily horoscope for Sept. 30

Daily horoscope for Sept. 30

Horizons receives $10K grant to help with costs

Horizons Specialized Services received a grant of $10,000 from the Front Range-based Daniels Fund to help with operating costs.

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Andy Bockelman: 'Jennifer' sets up a new body of expectations

When playwright William Congreve coined the phrase, "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned," it's a shame he didn't have an extra 300 years to stick around. After seeing "Jennifer's Body" he may have altered his most famous quote to include teenage girls.

Memorial Hospital Agenda for today

Memorial Hospital Agenda for today

Police Blotter for Sept. 27

Police Blotter for Sept. 27

Our View: Recovery rescue? Not likely

Since the national recession hit in September 2008, the tremors of that financial shockwave have been relatively light in Moffat County.

Datebook for Sept. 30

Datebook for Sept. 30

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Doak Walker Football in contention for Oct. 15 championships

With the Cardinals on a bye week, coaches Justin Gallegos and Shane Hadley took a break Tuesday night by watching their potential playoff opponents dish it out on the gridiron.

Annie's Mailbox: Parents' history not a good comparison for teen's behavior

Dear Annie: I am a normal 14-year-old teenager and can honestly say I'm no angel. I have a question. Do adults remember what it was like to be a teenager?

Ex-Craig Police Department detective arrested

Former officer Ken Johnson facing felony charges

A former Craig Police Department detective was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of attempting to influence a public servant, accessory to crime and embezzlement of public property, all felonies.

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Musical at Moffat County High School kicks off rehearsals

'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' opens Nov. 19

Moffat County High School's musical director Dan Mullens chose "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" as this year's fall musical. Until opening night Nov. 19, the cast and crew have about 9 1/2 weeks to put a final product together.

Christopher Gingrich: Players worth a roster spot

With week three of the NFL already in the books, players are finding their roles within their teams and some are even making a case to be in your fantasy lineup for the coming weeks.

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Man encounters mountain lion on Quarry Mountain trail

Mountain bike rider Dave Dietrich wasn't sure how he should feel Monday evening after coming across a full-grown mountain lion on Emerald Mountain.

Craig briefs: History club to review Lower Big Gulch School

Preserving the Last Frontier, a local history club, is scheduled to meet at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Sunset Meadows I, 633 Ledford St.