November 6, 2012, midnight
October 9, 2012, 5:19 p.m.
October 8, 2012, 11:28 p.m.
The spring season is coming to an end, with summer looming in the near future.
Moffat County’s Passport to Reading program celebrated the end of the year last week with a barbecue and party for participants.
Craig showed off its Western heritage and sports prowess Saturday evening as part of Grand Olde West Days. The Wild West Weekend that took place at the Moffat County Fairgrounds on Saturday delivered a full slate of rodeo events and performances before a crowd of hundreds. Those attending were treated to bronc riding by cowboys young and old, as well as watching the youngest group of cowboys take on mutton busting and sheep hooking.
This last week was an eye opener for me.
Horse races and obstacle courses kicked off the Grand Olde West Days on Sunday, bringing farm horses and ranchers from across the state together to compete in the Draft Horse Show and Feed Team Race.
A beautiful Memorial Day weekend was the perfect way to kick off the recreation season at Elkhead Reservoir. The lake, a few miles northeast of Craig, opened its boat ramp to the public last week and with cooperative weather for the first weekend, locals were out to enjoy all of Elkhead’s opportunities over the holiday weekend.