Dubois made sure the Snake River Dynasty would not keep going. The 6-man football team from Little Snake River Valley School had a gangbusters start, but could not hang on short-handed against Dubois in the Wyoming 6-man state championship. The Rams (11-0) beat the Rattlers (9-2) in the second week of the season, 43-36 to put an end to Snake River’s 22-game winning streak. But the Rattlers rolled the rest of the season and looked to get revenge and keep their streak of state titles alive.
At the midpoint of their season, the Craig Middle School boys basketball teams are keeping on rolling. The seventh and eighth grade teams both handled Soroco in back-to-back games at CMS Friday afternoon. The seventh grade won first by a final count of 34-7, then the eighth-graders put up a 41-9 tally to finish off a good day for Bulldogs basketball.
Government update for Nov. 10, 2012
Moffat County High School students fine tuned performances Thursday evening during a dress rehearsal for their upcoming fall musical, “Guys and Dolls.” Although still working out some of the kinks, the dress rehearsal saw no major issues. The play follows the troubles of Nathan Detroit as he attempts to secure a place for his floating crap game in New York City while his fellow gamblers Benny Southstreet and Nicely-Nicely Johnson attempt to help. The play also follows the two love stories of Nathan and his long time girlfriend Adelaide, and Sky Masterson and Sarah Brown.
Bill Guess to appear before Craig City Council for liquor license permit transfer
The doors to the Golden Cavvy restaurant may not stay closed for long if the son of the building’s owner has anything to say about it. On Tuesday Bill Guess is scheduled to appear before the Craig City Council to request a temporary liquor license permit transfer in hopes of reopening the longtime establishment under a new name, The Baker House Bar & Grill. Guess’ father, Harley, owns the building at 538 Yampa Ave. after he voluntarily repossessed the note for the property when the Golden Cavvy was recently closed by its previous operators.
On the Record for Friday, Nov. 9, 2012
After three and a half years as the counselor at Craig Middle School, Michelle Henderson’s last day was Friday. A move to Owatonna, Minnesota for her husband's job, Henderson feels it’s the right thing for her and her family. But during her last week as CMS counselor, Henderson reflected on the things she’s learned and lessons she’s left behind during her time at CMS.