Local dispensary’s ‘Kandy Kush’ earns top honors in Aspen
"Kandy Kush," a strain grown by Steamboat's Rocky Mountain Remedies, won the inaugural Western Slope Cannabis Crown in Aspen. It beat out entries from 140 other growers in the judged contest.
No one injured in quickly contained Monday morning fire
Craig Fire/Rescue responded to a small fire Monday morning at Tri-State Generation and Transmission’s Craig Station.
On the Record for April 19, 2010
Here are some of the entries for the Craig Daily Press Your Community Snapshots photo contest for March’s categories — industry and spring break.
Thursday is Earth Day, a time to think about how the health of the environment affects our well-being and the well-being of our communities. What we eat and where that food comes from are just a couple aspects of everyday life influencing our own health and that of our natural surroundings.
Datebook for April 19
After facing one of the top three teams in the Western Slope League on Friday, the Moffat County High School varsity baseball team will play the other two this week.
Sunset Elementary School’s Relay For Life team is having a fundraiser at 5 p.m. today at Vallarta’s Mexican Restaurant, 1111 W. Victory Way. The restaurant will donate 25 percent of the night’s sales back to the team.
Moffat County girls varsity soccer falls, 3-0, against Battle Mountain
After a first half that saw the Battle Mountain Huskies score three goals against the Moffat County High School girls varsity soccer team, coach Harry Tripp said the team got a rare treat. A break. The game was delayed 15 minutes because of a lightning storm, and Tripp said he used the time to amp his team up. After the break, the Bulldogs held the Huskies scoreless, but were unable to score and fell, 3-0.
I’m writing two days into a trip to Taiwan and I feel like it’s been a week. To try to go through everything I’ve done in two days would make for a lengthy, possibly boring, summary. First, I should answer the question of why I’m sitting in a hotel in Taipei, 13 hours ahead of Craig and half a world away. I’m the Young Life Director in Craig. Our mission statement is “To introduce adolescents to Christ and help them grow in their faith.”
Dear Annie: My husband of many years has become emotionally distant. We used to spend a lot of time together, but he recently took a new job in another town and has an apartment there. We see each other once or twice a week for a few hours. I have a full-time job that I can’t leave.
Today, we celebrate the life of a great woman. As many of you know, a memorial service for Marianna Raftopoulos, a woman who contributed to our community in countless ways, will be at 11 a.m. today at St. John’s Greek Orthodox Church. Overflow will be handled at various locations throughout Craig.
Hospital contract with Quorum Health Resources expires June 30
It was a time of financial desperation for The Memorial Hospital in the late 1980s. In an effort to turn the hospital around, TMH signed a contract with Quorum Health Resources, a hospital management company based in Brentwood, Tenn. The most recent QHR contract was negotiated and signed in 2004, and is slated to expire June 30.
Horoscope for April 19
“Yep, there I was, surrounded on all sides.” That was my Uncle Blaine’s introduction to any story he was about to tell, or opinion he was sure to give to all who would listen. His reputation included running whiskey in three states and borrowing unused horses from the forest service.