Dan Minor said he is a staunch proponent of education. The dean of occupational and academic programs at Colorado Northwestern Community College’s Craig campus, Minor recently completed a creative writing class and is trying to find time to attend other classes in the future.
In August 2005, Daniel Hazen awoke in the middle of the night surrounded by lightning.
Mike Rapp, a 27-year-old new priest at St. Michael Catholic Church in Craig, was worried last week that the blue dye he’d applied to his closely cropped brown hair wasn’t going to wash out.
Although there isn’t a lack of activities for Craig Middle School students to participate in, assistant principal and athletic director Jill Hafey was hoping for one more.
Tayler Tipton, 6, is excited to start first grade this fall. Her teacher, Linda Knoche, is equally excited.
Dear Annie: Our three sons, ages 14, 17 and 20, live with us. The problem is the 20-year-old. “Justin” couldn’t keep up the pace of home schooling and bailed out with a GED. This despite my wife’s correcting all of his work before submission. He now works two hours a day and feels that’s plenty. He gives us lots of lip and attitude and does nothing to help around the house.
There will be a chance for high school and middle school athletes to undergo physicals necessary to compete in the fall sports season at 5 p.m. Monday at Kinder Family Clinic, 595 Russell St.
The Youth Leadership Team, a part of the Rural Collaborative for Runaway and Homeless Youth, is collecting food to donate to the Love In the Name of Christ of the Yampa Valley’s food pantry at Calvary Baptist Church. The group will collect food and monetary donations from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 W. Victory Way.
To the editor: As the important August primary quickly approaches, I wanted to say a word about your candidate for Moffat County treasurer, Elaine Sullivan.
A 26-year-old Craig man the All Crimes Enforcement Team arrested in July has been charged in Moffat County Court with a felony.
Moffat County Commission Last met: Tuesday, Aug. 3 Decisions: • Approved, 3-0, payroll warrant resolutions ending July 24 totaling $421,863.14.
The Craig City Council tackled two items at its July 27 meeting, both of which hint at the council’s desire to be proactive when it comes to much-needed economic development in the city.
Saturday 8 a.m. The 16th annual Craig Kiwanis Club Scholarship Golf Tournament is at Yampa Valley Golf Course. The format is a four-person scramble. The cost is $70 per player for adults and $35 per player for youths 16 and younger. Call the golf course at 824-3673 to register.
This week’s recipe is intended for children, although there certainly isn’t an age restriction. The recipe is quick to make, and there is a lot of stirring that kids will enjoy.
Love In the Name of Christ of the Yampa Valley (Love INC) is hosting collections for school supplies, classroom supplies and clothes for those in need this back-to-school season.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Don’t hesitate to heed your hunches or utilize any inside information to which you are privy that comes from someone you trust, because both are likely to be right on the money.