November 6, 2012, midnight
October 9, 2012, 5:19 p.m.
October 8, 2012, 11:28 p.m.
- Knob and Bruce Engagement
The Bulldogs trailed 45-38 entering the fourth quarter of a foul-fest against The Classical Academy, but ended up the better team in the fourth, getting baskets and defensive plays from everyone they put on the court down the stretch.
The Bulldogs were in a fight with Jefferson Academy through almost three quarters Friday in Craig in a regional semifinal game. But they were able to put together a big run — something else Moffat County has done all season long — to secure a 53-40 victory and advance to the regional final.
No one was injured when a Greyhound bus caught fire west of Craig on Friday afternoon.
We hope Shadow Mountain residents support an effort to create a special improvement district that would fund the replacement of water and sewer lines on individual homeowners’ properties.
Local gas prices as of 5 p.m. March 8
Due to incoming weather, Moffat County High School canceled travel plans for the boys swimming and track and field teams this weekend.
Agendas for the Moffat County Commission and Craig City Council meetings next week.
YVDP unveils new FastFacts design, economic data points
The Yampa Valley’s economy is continuing its slow recovery out of the Great Recession, according to recently released data by Yampa Valley Data Partners.
CNCC, the Colorado Workforce Center and the Craig Daily Press will host the CNCC Discovery Expo from 2-7 p.m. March 26. The event will provide information on transfer degrees, careers and local jobs.
It’s the first year CMS have participated in the competition. Sixth-graders chose a topic to research and present that fell under the theme “Turning points in history: People, ideas and events.”
During the past 10 to 15 years, two of the three bighorn sheep herds in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness Area have experienced population declines possibly resulting from bacterial pneumonia, according to a Parks and Wildlife news release.
A special-interest group has filed suit against the U.S. Interior Department over federal coal mining leases in four Western states, including Colorado. Trapper Mine and Colowyo Coal Co. are both cited in suit.
Moffat County and city of Craig police, fire and ambulance calls
During a lunch conversation about sharing winter roads in Colorado with whipping winds, blinding snow, tire-spinning ice and fellow travelers driving like idiots, a friend said that when road conditions are bad, she counts the miles until she can exit the freeway and its massed, slow-moving cars interspersed with crazed drivers intent on passing.
Shell Oil’s acknowledgement that some its wells here haven’t produced as expected should give some pause to anyone expecting an imminent boom for Moffat County