Kum & Go recently announced that company stores raised more than $80,000 for American Red Cross Haitian relief efforts. According to a news release, the majority of the money, $59,000, was given by customers who donated $1 at the registers of Kum & Go stores, including locations in Craig and Hayden.
Angelo Raftopoulos nets 29 points against Rifle
The Rifle High School boys varsity basketball team didn’t have an answer Saturday night for Moffat County High School’s one-two post presence.
Dear Annie: I’m 17 years old and, in a few months, will be graduating and going away to college. I’m very excited about it.
Biking through Italy, lounging in Tahiti, volunteering in Guatemala: A plethora of international adventures beckon retirees. They may have more time to travel, but older adults also may have more health concerns. Fear of sickness or injury shouldn’t prevent them or others with medical conditions from planning a getaway, however.
If given the opportunity, I would like to clarify a few things with the letter exchange between Dale Potter and myself. It was not my intent to bring into dough the faiths of your Founding Fathers. Like today, they covered a wide range of religious views.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) — Know that nothing is wrong with reversing a position or decision, especially if you begin to see some important, previously overlooked alternative.
Playing Saturday, the Moffat County High School girls varsity basketball team was hoping to rebound from Friday night’s overtime road loss to Glenwood Springs with a win at home.
The Craig Planning and Zoning Commission meeting is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. today at Craig City Hall, 300 W. Fourth St.
4 Bulldogs wrestlers qualify for state meet
If Charlie Griffiths didn’t know about sacrifice, he learned Saturday night at the regional wrestling tournament in Denver. Moffat County High School’s 145-pound entrant had to hurt himself to help his chances of winning his weight class.
It took Deborah Behringer 12 hours to sew the Earth. The blue and green quilt, which hung on a bookshelf in Downtown Books & Beads on Saturday night, depicted the entire world with different colors and fabric textures representing each of the continents.
2-day Wyman Museum event features snowmobile, cardboard box races
What’s a yacht without a “tanning babe” lying on its deck? That’s what 12-year-old Benjamin Robinson wanted to know as he stood next to his cardboard box derby entry Saturday at the Wyman Museum’s Winter Festival.
I’ve lived here for 10 years. I came here from Steamboat, and I lived in the upper peninsula of Michigan. That’s where I grew up. ... I just came in here shopping one day a year and a half ago, and I needed a job, and Shirley Balleck, the owner, hired me.