News for Tuesday, June 25, 2013




Craig briefs: Colorado Highway 317 resurfacing project is underway

The Colorado Department of Transportation, Shell and Moffat County are resurfacing an 8.5 mile section of Colorado Highway 317 east of Hamilton.

Cheryl Martin announces retirement

After 33 years of service to the Moffat County Ranchers and Farmers through the Farm Service Agency, Cheryl Martin has decided to open the next chapter in life.

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18 Craig residents graduate from GOAL Academy

On June 8, the Colorado State Fair Events Center in Pueblo was the home to the GOAL Academy Class of 2013 graduation. GOAL Academy hosted graduates and their families who travel from across the state to participate in this milestone ceremony.

The Record for June 26, 2013

The daily police and jail report for Craig and Moffat County

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TMH golf tournament another big event at Yampa Valley Golf Course

The golf scene in Craig is now in its busiest season, with the conclusion of one successful tournament not spelling a break, but leading into the beginning of the next. Last weekend The Memorial Hospital Foundation hosted its annual golf tournament at Yampa Valley Golf Course, to the tune of 108 players making up 27 scramble teams at the fundraising event.

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Have goat, will walk across the country for charity

Drivers slowed and pedestrians pulled out cameras as Steve Wescott and LeeRoy Brown strolled down the street. It might not sound that odd, but bear in mind — LeeRoy Brown is a goat.

Confusion swirls around ambulance service in Dinosaur

Emergencies in Dinosaur could become more drastic after August, potentially leaving those in need of medical care stranded for an hour and a half until an ambulance from Craig comes to their aid.

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Moffat County, Steamboat athlete to play junior hockey in Chicago

Jarret Walt, a Moffat County High School graduate and member of the Steamboat hockey team, was drafted ninth in the NA3HL draft earlier this month. He will play hockey in Chicago.

Lance Scranton: Fill your summer downtime with good literature

I hope your summer is allowing you to slow down a bit and fill up your time with some good literature. On a tablet or a good old-fashioned book, it’s worth your time to take some time to read this summer.

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Moffat County High School graduate Skylar Tripp signs with Hesston College

Moffat County High School alumnus Skylar Tripp prepares to take her rising star to Kansas as a member of the Hesston College Larks women's soccer team in Hesston, Kan.

James and Mary Lou Terry: Enjoyable anniversary

A fun 65th Wedding Anniversary