- Veldon W. Behrman Maybell
- Clarence Reinhardt Craig
- Margaret E. Hackett Baggs, Wyo.
- Louise Ann McKenna Craig
The Craig Police Department is advising local residents about an Internet scam involving “the sale or proposed giveaway of a puppy/dog,” according to a news release. The scammers are using advertisements through e-mail, police reported.
On the Record for Feb. 24, 2010
Oil company withdraws application filed in Steamboat in December 2008
Shell Oil Co. said Tuesday that it is abandoning its quest for water rights on the Yampa River to develop oil shale production, citing delays in the project because of the global economic downturn.
Although sophomores Jordan McLeslie, Emily Wellman and Ashley Wardlow said they’d never go to such extremes to look a certain way, they acknowledged that distorted body images and obsessive eating and dieting behavior are not uncommon in the MCHS halls.
After receiving input from staff and community members, Moffat County School District officials will present three 2010-11 school calendar options for vote at Thursday’s School Board meeting.
Life is about waiting. As much as it’s about the pursuit, you can’t get there until you wait. We move forward while we wait. And much like you wait in line at the grocery store, we wait our turn for the next stage in life.
Government update for Feb. 24, 2010
With the nominations announced in early February, the race for the 82nd annual Academy Awards is well under way.
Horoscope for Feb. 24, 2010
The Aging Well Program sponsors Wellness Wednesdays for adults ages 50 and older. Options include art, writing, and exercise classes. Lunch is served at each week’s lunchtime presentation. This event takes place at American Legion Post 62, 1055 County Road 7. Call 871-7676 for more information.
A Love INC Car Care Clinic for single mothers, seniors and people who are disabled is from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday at Cook Chevrolet, 1776 W. Victory Way.
Although the number of cases the All Crimes Enforcement Team processed is down from 40 cases in 2008 to 34 in 2009, commander Garrett Wiggins considers the year a success nonetheless.
Officials decide against relocating college campus
Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus will stay put, the Board of Trustees decided after a discussion during a special teleconference meeting Friday.
Dear Annie: When my mother went into an assisted-living home, she added my sister’s name to some of her accounts so sis could help pay her bills.
Some upset with potential designation
Some local officials have been left confused and upset by a document leaked Thursday from the Bureau of Land Management, which lists the Vermillion Basin as a potential site for “special management or congressional designation.”