News for Saturday, March 23, 2013



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Moffat County swimming loses dual to Montrose

Despite the loss, Brenden Carta won the 200-meter freestyle, and Chris Kling took the 100-meter free to give the Bulldogs two victories on the day.

Bulldogs Roundup: Baseball splits doubleheader at Grand Valley, girls soccer falls at Vail Mountain

On Saturday, the Moffat County baseball team split a doubleheader with Grand Valley, 15-1 and 10-9; and the girls soccer team scored its first goal of the season but fell to Vail Mountain, 3-1.

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Bulldog sports for the week of March 25

The upcoming week in sports for Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School

Coffee with Congressman Tipton event Wednesday in Craig

State Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Cortez, will be in Craig on Wednesday to thank voters for their support during the November election.

Oak Creek bottle bomb suspect was focus of Craig police investigation before Friday car chase

An Oak Creek man is in custody at Moffat County Jail after leading multiple law enforcement agencies on a more than hourlong car chase Friday.

Craig Briefs for March 23, 2013: Hayden church selling donuts to raise money

Hayden Congregational Church is selling Krispy Kreme Donuts as a fundraiser for an upcoming youth mission trip to Venezuela.

Editorial: Bill offers promise

There’s still plenty of time — and political gamesmanship — that could alter the current proposed version of Sen. Mike Johnston’s changes to how Colorado funds its public schools, but what is included in the recent versions offers a lot to like for Moffat County parents and educators.