News for Friday, April 12, 2013

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4 in a row for Moffat County girls soccer

For the second day in a row, the Bulldogs girls soccer team didn’t allow a goal and took the win. On Friday, it was Rifle High School who fell to Moffat County, which now is sporting a winning record at 4-3 for the first time this season.

Over a Cup of Coffee: A recipe from Aunt Lila

his week, I was thumbing through the recipe cards in my old metal recipe file. I started the file before I was married, so it contains some recipes from my mother and other relatives. I took out a recipe for “Never Fail Mayonnaise” that was given to me by my Aunt Lila Osborn, who passed away some years ago.

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Wyman Museum seeks return of Clyde's antlers to complete remodel

Wyman Museum employees are hoping to have a key piece of the museum’s history returned to help complete the design of the remodeled trophy room: Clyde the elk's antlers.

Pipi's Pasture: Spot-on-the-Hip and other cows

This morning, as I looked out on Pipi’s Pasture, I was thinking about how gentle Pipi is. In fact, all of the cows in our little herd are tame. We need to be able to work them on foot or by four-wheelers, we need to walk out among them to vaccinate and ear-tag calves, and we need to check them at night during calving season.

John Williams: Now is the time to act

While everyone is still reeling from the onslaught against their loss of liberty and the stomping on our constitutional rights by the Colorado Legislature, now is the time to act. If you are not a member of the National Rifle Association and Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, now is the time.

Lois Stoffle: Why I volunteer

Since retiring from my “real” job at Yampa Valley Electric Association, I have been volunteering at the hospital for several years. My first position was in the business office for one day a week, helping with filing and making copies and such.

Fuel Gauge for the weekend of April 13, 2013

Local gas prices as of 5 p.m. Friday, April 12, in Craig.

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CMS students participate in poetry reading

Casandra Cruz and nine other Craig Middle School eighth-graders read poems in front of their families and friends Thursday at Downtown Books as part of the Carol Jacobson Memorial Poetry Contest.

Baumgardner resolution against federal water permit requirements passes committee

House Joint Resolution 13-1004 calls on the U.S. Forest Service to rescind a 2012 directive that stipulates water rights revert to the federal government upon termination of a special-use permit.

Government update for April 13

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3 car crashes close Rabbit Ears Pass for 3 hours Friday morning

U.S. Highway 40 at Rabbit Ears Pass was closed for three hours Friday morning because of three car crashes in less than a quarter mile stemming from poor road conditions.

The record for April 13

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

Moffat County baseball doubleheader postponed

The Moffat County baseball team's home games for Saturday against Cedaredge have been rescheduled because of field conditions.