News for Tuesday, July 9, 2013

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TMH Board of Trustees meeting agenda for Thursday

What: The Memorial Hospital board of trustees meeting

Craig Briefs: County fair is seeking entries for horse show

The Moffat County Fair Open Horse Show entries are due Monday.

Craig City Council says 'no' to recreational marijuana

Craig City Council decided to opt out of allowing recreational marijuana in city limits, highlighting that the voters made their decision about the issue last November with 54 percent of Craig against and 46 percent in favor.

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Moffat County football working to be strong for season

Practice begins for the football season August 12, which means returning players from across the state have just over a month until the hitting begins. Players from Moffat County High School worked hard at a team camp along with scrimmaging in June, and some of the Bulldogs have continued to pour time into their upcoming season in the weight room.

Lance Scranton: Conspiracies are everywhere!

I’ve definitely got a conspiratorial streak that runs through my sensibilities and every once in a while I veer off into wondering about things. I could blame the heat, but I try hard to stay out of it because I know that too much heat can cause people to think crazy thoughts.

The Record for July 10, 2013

The daily police and jail report for Craig and Moffat County

Stephanie Pearce: If you say it, it will come

I have always believed that when you speak things out loud they seem to have a chance of happening. For instance, have you heard ranchers say that we need rain and they say out loud that it will rain when their hay is on the ground? What usually happens? It rains when their hay is on the ground. When we tell ourselves that we can accomplish something, what usually happens? We accomplish it. When we tell ourselves we can’t? We usually don’t.

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Whittle carvings settle into permanent homes in Craig

Carvings from the 2013 Whittle the Wood Rendezvous main competition are now being placed around town in their final resting places.

City council to discuss recreational use of marijuana in Craig

Tonight, Craig City Council will discuss what the city wants to do with Amendment 64, concerning recreational marijuana.