News for Sunday, March 3, 2013



Hayden boys basketball faces tough test at regional tournament

They have to beat them all at some point. At least, that’s what the Hayden High School boys basketball team is telling itself after it was disappointed Sunday by the regional basketball pairings.

Rankin off to strong start in rookie legislative session

If the mark of a good state lawmaker is how many bills he can pass during a legislative session, then House District 57 Rep. Bob Rankin, R-Carbondale, is putting together a solid rookie season at the Capitol in Denver.

New app geared to hunters, anglers

How to prepare game or fish is a question every hunter and angler faces, whether it’s in the field or back at the cabin. A new interactive application, from the designers of FishMate and HuntMate, aims at making those preparation decisions a little easier.

Parks and Wildlife accepting limited license big-game hunting applications

Applications for deer, elk, pronghorn, moose, sheep, goat and bear are due April 2, according to a Parks and Wildlife news release.

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Bulldog sports for the week of March 4

The coming week in sports for Craig Middle School, Moffat County High School and other local sports.

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Sandrock Ridge Care & Rehab to host book signing for resident author

A self-described old, hillbilly, country kid, Sandrock Ridge resident Anna Mae Fleming Adams said she’s learned what’s important in life and has taken care to preserve it in her book “The Snake River From Three Forks to Columbine.”