News for Monday, June 14, 2010

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Andy Bockelman: ‘A-Team’ is A-OK action flick

Just when you thought the 1980s were long gone, remnants of the decade make a return: an endless supply of stogies, the Mohawk, the black GMC van with the red stripe. Ladies and gentlemen, “The A-Team.”

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Moffat County grad shines at all-conference game

Third baseman Halen Raymond goes 3 for 4 with a homer

Halen Raymond, a 2010 Moffat County High School graduate, played in the June 1 Western Slope League all-conference game in Rifle.

On the Record for June 14, 2010

On the Record for June 14, 2010

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Clementson named new Sailors football coach

Alum, defensive coordinator to lead Steamboat Springs High School team

Steamboat Springs High School Athletic Director Luke DeWolfe confirmed Monday that the district has decided to hire Lonn Clementson to replace Aaron Finch as the school’s new football coach.

Sports Spotlight: Izzy Pascetti

How did you get your start in your sport? “I did it last year and it was one of my favorite sports.”

MCTA workshop agenda for June 14

Moffat County Tourism Association board workshop

Craig Briefs: Rally eyes Rangely, Dinosaur public

A tea party Flag Day rally is scheduled to take place from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. today at Rangley Town Square.

Datebook for June 14

9 a.m. The Craig Book Club meets at Faith Lutheran Church of Grace, 657 Green St. The club will review a selection of books to be read and reviewed in coming months.

Business Beat: Open for your convenience

Many downtown retail businesses will be open until 7 p.m. Thursday.

Sports Briefs: Youth hockey coaches needed

Anyone interested in being a head coach for Craig youth travel hockey teams can call Rich Villa at 824-6627.

Goverment update: Moffat County Commission

Moffat County Commission Last met: June 8

Walking for fitness, fun and challenge

Marlene Griffin has always enjoyed walking, but the opportunity to travel pushed her to join a walking class to improve her endurance.

Glanville: Working on microwave mastery

I’ve been wondering lately what my generation, the in-betweeners, is leaving behind for the next bunch of yahoos working their way up.

Moffat County Commission to consider board openings

The Moffat County Commission will review letters of interest for two county board openings at its weekly meeting Tuesday.

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Dogs, handlers bond at Maybell Dog Agility Trials

Lucy, a 4-year-old Corgi, is missing an eye and has a bad knee.

Horoscope for June 14

GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — A pleasant surprise might be in store for you when the outcome of a testy situation that you believed was working out to your disadvantage does a happy turnaround and goes your way.

My Life My Words: Devon Christensen — Technology-based life

I’m originally from Arizona, but we moved to Grand Junction for about three years before I moved here. I went to two different high schools before ending up in Grand Junction.

Aging Well: Walking for fitness, fun and challenge

Marlene Griffin always has enjoyed walking, but the opportunity to travel pushed her to join a walking class to improve her endurance. Griffin, 73, has participated in a walking class for older adults in Craig for more than two years.

Annie's Mailbox: Is it OK to keep my boyfriend at home because of jealousy?

Dear Annie: I am a 21-year-old professional woman with two children. My boyfriend, “Rickie,” and I have been together for two years, and I am consumed with jealousy.

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Moffat County Mud Runs: A race through pits in the rain

One word could sum up how organizer Tim Meyer felt about Saturday’s Moffat County Mud Runs at the Wyman Museum.