Throughout the year, the Museum of Northwest Colorado and the Saturday Morning Press will partner in featuring 100-year-old images from the collection of Lewis Hellebust, an area photographer who “captured the dusty charm and vigor of the young town of Craig in 1910.”
Sheriff’s Office deputy announces candidacy
Larry Dalton, 60, a Republican, announced Monday his candidacy for Moffat County Coroner. Dalton, a patrol deputy with the Moffat County Sheriff’s Office, said he would file his candidate papers today.
On the Record for March 29, 2010
ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Group negotiations should go quite smoothly for you today, but it could be one-on-one encounters that give you fits. It behooves you to be as friendly as you can when in just such a bargaining position.
Thanks to the assistance of the Craig Daily Press, the Craig Coffee Party held its first meeting Saturday. Fifteen people signed the Civility Pledge.
“I was born and raised in Craig. My dad’s owned our company for about 35 years. I went to school at CSU and graduated in business and commercial real estate, and I figured I had a good family business to come back to, so here I am doing that."
Almost daily, we hear of another example of the people in Washington, D.C., not hearing us, or if they do, not listening or taking us seriously. Hopefully, this November we can empty Washington.
3 wrestlers win weight classes at Steamboat Springs Invitational
Wrestling Saturday at the Steamboat Springs Invitational, Craig Middle School seventh-grader Kelsey Coates ran into a bit of trouble. Coates, who typically competes in the 85-pound class, wrestled in the 90-pound class Saturday.
The reigning champion stared down the track in front of him Saturday at the Centennial Mall. As KRAI’s Frank Hanel counted down into the microphone, more than 100 people began cheering for two small dachshund’s that were supposed to take off down a racetrack, which was outlined with masking tape on the mall floor.
When the girls were very young as was I, we often had something growing somewhere in our yard. One year, while living on Washington Street, the girls argued for weeks what they should grow that coming spring.
We only own two things in this life, Abdoul Doumbia said. The food we eat and the good deeds we do. His words resonated around the Craig Middle School auditorium, complemented by a wide smile, which he offered to the audience and the performers on stage.
The Moffat County High School girls soccer teams will play today in Steamboat Springs. The junior varsity team will play at 4 p.m. with the varsity team playing at 6 p.m.
Dear Annie: I have been married to “Jerry” for 15 years. Four years ago, I discovered he was a crossdresser. I was understanding about it, and even went shopping, bought clothes and tried on shoes for him. I agreed to go away with our children so he would have “private time” to dress up on a regular basis.
The Humane Society of Moffat County’s 2011 Pet Mates Calendar Contest has begun. The contest is free. Enter by submitting your digital photos to HSMC2011@yahoo.com by May 17.
A group of 10 older adults brought plenty of cooking experience to a presentation at The Haven Community Center last year. Even so, questions during “food safety bingo” stumped at least a few of them.
The Craig Daily Press, Yampa Valley Bank and Craig/Moffat Economic Development Partnership are sponsoring a Money Matters event at 7 p.m. today at the Moffat County High School auditorium, 900 Finley Lane.