News for Friday, March 11, 2011



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State of the Chamber address connects organization’s past to its future

Mardi Anson reflected on the past and looked toward the future in her State of the Chamber address Wednesday night. Anson, the Craig Chamber of Commerce’s former vice president, was named president earlier this week, and her address on the organization came during the State of the County 2011 event at the Holiday Inn of Craig.

Sue Birch receives Rocky Mountain PBS award

The former CEO of the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association received the 2011 Be More Award from Rocky Mountain PBS at a luncheon Thursday.

Andy Bockelman: ‘Rango’ brings shades of Western greats to animation

Just when you thought you’d seen and heard it all, along comes a hillbilly jug band playing “Ride of the Valkyries.” And even that isn’t the most bizarre thing about the animated Western “Rango.” When his world, along with the terrarium he calls home, is shattered, a pet chameleon (voiced by Johnny Depp) separated from his owners is stranded on a desert highway.

Hayden woman hurt by falling rock on US 40

Rock crashed through car windshield east of Hayden

Lorena Gutierrez sustained minor injuries Friday after a rock fell from a cliff, struck the hood of the car, went through the windshield on the passenger side and hit her in the chest. One lane of U.S. 40 was shut down for about 15 minutes.

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Craig taekwondo students place at state tourney

At the 37th Colorado Taekwondo Institute Super Bowl on Feb. 25 and 26 in Lakewood, 15 Craig taekwondo students competed in poomse, which is composed of forms, sparring and first point sparring, and board breaking. There were 168 divisions and a total of 290 participants from ages 3 and up. The following are the results of the Craig students:

Local fuel gauge for March 11, 2011

Regular unleaded and diesel prices as of Thursday afternoon. Numbers correspond to the numbers on the photo above. Craig: 1. Loaf ‘N Jug, 2441 W. Victory Way • Unleaded: $3.49; Diesel: $3.89

H. Neal Glanville: Sickness instead of Santa Monica

As I lay in the corner last week, I pondered my next coughing fit with the weak side and his companion, Mr. Normal. Normal, by the way, was convinced he’d been the first to say I was sick. He thought it was oh so funny to try and pronounce the names on my medication bottles.

State of the County event attendance rule questioned

Craig resident Ken Wergin appealed to the Craig City Council on Tuesday night. His request regarded the Craig Chamber of Commerce’s State of the County 2011 event Wednesday at the Holiday Inn of Craig. Wergin asked council members to do something about a Chamber board decision that would have prevented him from attending the event. After discussion, the city council stated that State of the County was the Chamber’s event and not under the city’s authority.

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‘The show must go on’: TMH health care providers comment on treating Governor Hickenlooper

Just as everyone puts on pants one leg at a time, everyone needs medical care at one point or another. “That’s right,” said Marie Kettle, an emergency room nurse at The Memorial Hospital in Craig. “People of all levels need medical care. So, you treat them the same.” Still, one patient who walked through the ER doors in need of care Wednesday night was atypical for the local hospital.

Tim Douglas: Building the kingdom

In 1 Peter 2:5 (NIV), you, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood, offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. We moved here from Aberdeen, S.D., in a snowstorm in mid-November 2010. There were not as many rocks in northeastern South Dakota as there are here. I drive around town and see rocks used for landscaping and in many other creative ways.

MCHS girls golf takes 3rd in season-opening tournament

Without stepping on the fairway or getting the feel of a putting green, the Moffat County High School girls varsity golf team put on their uniforms Thursday and set out for their first tournament of the season in Palisade. The lack of practice didn’t hold the Bulldogs back, however, as the team took third place overall out of 14 teams.

Craig Chamber Board names new board president

Late last month, the Craig Chamber of Commerce Board found itself with an open board seat and no president due to the resignation of Jim Herschberg. At its monthly meeting Thursday, the Chamber board began filling those two positions. Vice president Mardi Anson was named president in a unanimous vote, and a nomination committee was formed to fill the open board position.

Karen Bunk: Terry Carwile for mayor

To the editor: I support Terry Carwile in his candidacy for mayor of Craig. He is a current city council member and is aware of problems and issues involving Craig.

Briefs for March 11, 2011: DAR to honor essay contest winners

The Augusta Wallihan Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will host its monthly meeting at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4265, 419 E. Victory Way. The meeting program will include awards for an essay contest. Students in the sixth through eighth grades wrote about the life of Paul Revere. Winners are from Craig and Steamboat Springs.

Datebook for March 11, 2011

9 to 11 a.m. Playgroup for toddler/preschool-age children takes place at the Early Childhood Development Preschool at the Moffat County School District administrative building, 775 Yampa Ave. Call Carissa at 826-9742. 5 p.m. The Elks Lodge, 43 W. Victory Way, hosts bingo. Doors open at 5 p.m. Games begin at 6:15 p.m. Call Frank at 824-6131 or 620-0874.

Rosemary Potter: Impeach the president

To the editor: President Barack Obama should be impeached. There are many reasons for this statement. Here are some:

Horoscope for March 11, 2011

Keep your eyes and mind open for new fields that could generate larger earnings for you in the year ahead. Some kind of long-range material prospects that hold favorable transformations are in the works for you.

Annie's Mailbox for March 11, 2011: Girlfriend wants a 'break'

've been dating "Trish" for almost two years. She's a few years younger than I am. I always saw myself as being single forever, but now I've learned the real meaning of love. I don't want to be apart from her. Trish recently began a new job and quickly became good friends with some of her male co-workers. These guys have rather unsavory reputations when it comes to women. Trish, however, has grown quite fond of the friendships.

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Crossword for March 11, 2011

Crossword for March 11, 2011

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Comics for March 11, 2011

Comics for March 11, 2011

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Sudoku for March 11, 2011

Sudoku for March 11, 2011


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