News for Monday, May 17, 2010

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On the Record for May 17, 2010

On the Record for May 17, 2010

MCHS track team qualifies seven for state meet

Two relay teams also qualify

With the state track and field meet beginning on Thursday in Denver, Moffat County High School will be well represented. The team qualified seven individuals spanning 11 events and two relay teams to compete from Thursday to Saturday.

MJK launches big sale

MJK Sales, a local hardware store, is hosting its annual sale until Sunday.

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Hundreds of Moffat County residents honor servicemen and women Saturday

The clouds broke just before 11 a.m. Saturday, bathing a slab of concrete in Craig’s City Park in spring sunshine.

My Life My Words: Irene Losolla

“I’ve always loved music. I can remember being 3 years old, that’s the earliest memory I have of singing along to the radio. For me, it’s a source of relieving stress, it makes me feel good, music can be inspiring, it’s just a lot of things.

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Little Feet Fun Track Meet nets big turnout in Craig

Rain and sleet were no match for the determination of local youth Saturday as more than 70 young athletes participated in track and field events at Moffat County High School.

Moffat County FFA team raises money selling food, projects and plants

Mary Penner, a Moffat County High School student, was surrounded by a sea of green Friday at the MCHS agriculture shop.

Horoscope for May 17

TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Keep the faith even when those around you have little hope of your success.

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MCHS boys track team wins league championship

MCHS coach Todd Trapp picks up 2nd league title of the year

By all accounts, it has been a banner season for Moffat County High School running programs.

Datebook for May 17

10 to 11 a.m. National Arthritis Foundation swimming takes place at the American Legion Post 62 pool, 1055 Moffat County Road 7. Call 824-3625.

Glanville: Horse-pucky bailouts

As I watch our economic souls gasp for air as they swirl around the bowl headed for Greece, I’m dumbfounded at the, “if we don’t do it” reasons we hear.

Craig Briefs: Meeting, open house today in Maybell

The Moffat County Libraries board is scheduled to meet at 5:30 p.m. today at the Maybell branch, 202 Collom St.

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Aging Well: Moving away from arthritis pain

Warm weather inspires movement: Long walks, hikes, bike rides, swimming and maybe yoga or tai chi in the park.

Annie's Mailbox: Put end-of-life wishes in writing

Dear Annie: I read the letter from “Confused,” the disabled 58-year-old woman whose relatives want her to dump her 73-year-old husband and keep trying to control her health care.