News for Sunday, September 30, 2012



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Monday Morning Chat: Five minutes with stay-at-home mom Marissa David, of Craig

Five minutes with stay-at-home mom Marissa David, of Craig

Where are you originally from: "Arizona" How long have you lived in the Craig area: "11 years" What brought you to the area: "Family" What do you do for a living: "Stay-at-home mom"

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Moffat County prep sports wrapup for Oct. 1, 2012

The Moffat County boys soccer team beat Vail Mountain High School in Vail, 2-1 on Saturday. Sophomore Hugh Turner and senior Eric Silva scored for the Bulldogs, as they picked up their second win of the season and improved to 2-6. With a game from last week rescheduled to this Thursday, the Bulldogs will get to close out their regular season with three home games at Loudy-Simpson Park. The next game will come against Grand Valley High School 4 p.m. Thursday.

Woman dies in fall at Rocky Mountain National Park

A 50-year-old Littleton woman is dead after falling 40 to 50 feet from the north side of Deer Mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park.

Manning leads Denver to 37-6 win over Oakland

After throwing yet another touchdown on a play that worked exactly as it was drawn up, Peyton Manning ran to the end zone and head-butted the lucky receiver, running back Lance Ball. That was about as rough as things got for Manning on Sunday — an afternoon he spent piling on in the second half instead of catching up. Off to a fast start for the first time as a Bronco, Manning led Denver to three third-quarter touchdowns in a 37-6 rout over the Oakland Raiders — the first time Denver has beaten its AFC West rival at home since 2007. Denver (2-2) outscored the Raiders 27-0 in the second half. "He's getting more comfortable," coach John Fox said. "Let's not forget he didn't play for over a year and this is a new team, new coaching staff, new city, new field, new everything for him. The type of guy he is, he's going to get better and better."

Thousands pray for US at 'America for Jesus' rally

Thousands of conservative Christians gathered Saturday on Independence Mall in Philadelphia to pray for the future of the United States in the weeks before the presidential election. Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson and Family Research Council president Tony Perkins topped a full day of speakers at "The America for Jesus 2012" prayer rally. Robertson, a former Republican candidate for president, called the election important, but didn't mention either major political party or candidate by name.

Senior Spotlight for October 1, 2012

Autumn is in full swing, leaves falling like gentle rain, silently offering their gift of cover to the ground. Making a pattern of different shades of yellow and rustic reds. The breeze gently rearranging the design now and then. Every season has its beauty.

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Bulldog Sports for Oct. 1, 2012

The week in sports for Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School from Oct. 1 to Oct. 7.

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Business Beat: New sign business open in Craig

Plasti-Size, a new sign and plastics shop has made its home in Craig. Although new to Craig, owner Elwood Martinson said he is not new to the business, with15 years experience in making signs and seven working with plastic. Plasti-Size offers an array of services, including building signs, roadside signs, vehicle lettering, window lettering, banners, logo design, 3D cut out letters, real estate signs and installation, address signs, sandblasted cedar signs, A-frames and sandwich boards. Martinson said customers can buy any kind of plastic sheet, stocking the most common types, 4x8 white, clear and color, but can special order anything else.