News for Thursday, April 11, 2013

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The Rev. Bain White: Indebted to a heretic

Have you ever thought about what caused the early church to decide what works should be included in the New Testament? It is a question that has been asked of me numerous times, and surprisingly enough, I often respond by saying that the books in the New Testament that we consider to be canonical came about in part through the actions of a person determined to be a heretic.

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Yampa Valley police chiefs weigh in on gun control

With much of the country engulfed in a passionate debate about gun control, the Yampa Valley’s police chiefs jumped into the conversation Thursday and questioned the enforceability of some of Colorado’s newest laws.

Bulldogs girls soccer wins third straight

More than a week off from practice didn’t slow the Moffat County High School girls soccer team in its return to the field Thursday.

US Postal Service delays cuts to delivery schedule

Congressional resolution prohibits 5-day delivery schedule

In light of a recently passed Congressional resolution, the U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors announced Wednesday it would postpone plans to transition to a new national delivery schedule. The impact to Craig and Hamilton is not expected to be significant.

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Horizons' Pick-a-dish Fundraiser successful in first year

Horizons Specialized Services client Melinda Orr teamed up with Layle Dees, of The Memorial Hospital’s Mountain Cafe, to create a winning dish, taking first place in the judge’s choice category during Horizons' inaugural Pick-a-dish Fundraiser on Thursday night.

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Craig riders finish strong in snocross

Xtreme Mountain Racing, which pits snowmobile riders from Colorado, Wyoming and Utah against one another, finished its season with more championships for Craig riders.

The record for April 12, 2013

The Record Police, fire and ambulance calls — some minor calls omitted

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Woman extricated from vehicle after 2-car crash

A Craig woman was transported to The Memorial Hospital in Craig with neck pain after a two-car collision at west Victory Way and Barclay Street. The crash took place at 9 a.m. just west of the Moffat County Courthouse.