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Classrooms at Hayden High School were locked down Thursday morning while firefighters extinguished a truck fire in the parking lot.
The so-stupid-its-funny show follows school teacher Leon Tolchinsky as he attempts to break a 200-year-old curse of stupidity cast upon the village of Kulyenchikev in order to be with the woman he loves, Sophia.
The Colorado First Conservation District is accepting orders for trees and shrubs. The average cost of each tree is less than $1, with a wide variety of species available to plant this spring.
In February, news of a cruise ship stranded at sea for five days of heat, stench and plastic bags instead of toilets eclipsed all other current events. Evidently stymied politicians don’t interest us as much as people like ourselves bobbing around on a smelly ship, eating cold waffles and sleeping on mattresses dragged on deck.
Based on her remarks after being named a Peabody Energy Leader in Education, Lori Hornstein’s commitment to education was clear.
The family of Peggy Burch would like to express its sincere thanks to many.
Second-graders in Cheryl Arnett’s Sunset Elementary School class invite the community to bring their smartphones and tablets from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday to the Museum of Northwest Colorado.
Routt County hunter Lonny Vanatta waited nearly 30 years for the opportunity he got recently to go bow hunting in Mexico.
Congressman Scott Tipton, R-Cortez, will be in Craig Wednesday to thank voters for their support during the November general election. The three-stop Craig tour begins with a “coffee with Congressman Tipton” event from 8 to 9 a.m. Wednesday at Cool Water Grille, 337 W. Victory Way. Coffee, tea and Danish will be served.
Cheryl Arnett’s second graders are preserving the stories of older generations with modern day technology. The Sunset Elementary School students have been using iPads to record the oral histories of Craig community members speaking about their experiences and knowledge concerning exhibits at the Museum of Northwest Colorado in Craig.
Two Moffat County girls basketball players were selected to play in the Colorado All-State basketball games this weekend. Kori Finneman and Lisa Camilletti, both seniors for the Bulldogs this year, are part of the top 16 players in 3A as selected by the Colorado Coaches of Girls’ Sports.
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