Bulldogs to travel to Montrose, will host March 9 dual with Meeker as season continues
As one wrestling season ends another gets started, and Craig Middle School athletes began with a boom. CMS won its home tournament Saturday in the gym at Moffat County High School, taking the top overall spot against eight visiting teams.
Lady Bulldogs defeat Grand Valley to move on to regional round
Regular season wins and losses are a thing of the past now, and Moffat County High School girls basketball has only one thought on their mind at this point — time for regionals. MCHS girls won the 3A Western Slope League district championship Saturday in a highly physical 40-34 game against the Grand Valley Cardinals.
Sports provide an atmosphere for young people that instills confidence, perseverance and other positive values, and when athletes have strong support through and through, there’s no telling what they can do. The editorial board would like to take this opportunity to recognize wrestling as a positive part of the Moffat County community.
Friday win against Cedaredge puts Lady Bulldogs in championship game
Moffat County High School basketball has seen many victories on its home court, but during the past several years, the wins on the floor of Central High School in Grand Junction mean almost as much given the time of the season. MCHS girls hoops secured a spot in the 3A Western Slope League district championship after a Friday win in the semifinals against Cedaredge at Grand Junction.
Hollywood’s biggest night is nearly upon us, with the stage set for the 89th annual Academy Awards Sunday. With trophy magnets and small successes alike on the ballot this year, anything can happen as we await the announcement of which movies of the past year will take home the gold. My predictions for how the night will go can be found below.
It’s been warm and spring-like, but undoubtedly there will be lots more snowy days before spring really arrives. That means that there’s still time left to enjoy soup, like this week’s recipe for “Broccoli Cheese Soup.” The second recipe for “Spanish Noodles” is quick to prepare and yet good, a recipe to fix when you don’t have much time.
I had a birthday awhile back, and my husband Lyle came home from the post office carrying a package that was slightly bulged on one side. It was from my sister, Darlene Blackford, and before I got a chance to open the box, she called. She said that when I opened the gift I was to keep in mind that it had several possible uses.
The Bureau of Land Management – BLM has been conducting a Bait and Trap gather in Sand Wash this winter. To date they have removed forty-three horses. The harsh winter weather with snow and mud shut the effort down in December. So far their efforts for continuing have been futile.
In a strong show of support for his first eight months of work, the school board extended the contract of the Superintendent of Schools — David Ulrich.
News and events in education.
When Rocky Mountain Remedies co-owner Kevin Fisher began selling medical marijuana in August 2009, he knew he was going into a business filled with uncertainties.
We’ve all heard it before — washing off makeup before bed keeps your skin fresh and healthy, but do we know what happens to our skin when we don’t wash our face at night?
Have you considered cross-training? Cross-training involves incorporating different types of exercises such as walking, swimming, biking, or resistance training into your fitness routine. Cross-training can lead to workouts that are more fun and beneficial.
Following two incidents in the past week involving youth and guns, the Craig Police Department is urging parents to teach their kids about gun safety.
For over 40 years this Craig man cared for people from cradle to grave. An exhibit at the Museum of Northwest Colorado that opened in May of 2014 commemorates the lifework of Dr. Elmer P. Monahan, Jr.
News and events in health care.
Annual lab work is a good way to receive a snapshot of your current health.
When Janet Panebaker thinks of hospice, she thinks of friendship. As a hospice volunteer, Panebaker will do anything she can to help out a patient or family – household chores, grocery shopping, errands. Mostly though, she just listens.
10:41 a.m. On the 2000 block of Crockett Drive, officers responded to a call from a man who thought his computer was shocking him.
A special Fifth Quarter event will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday as Bear River Young Life hosts an indoor soccer tournament at Boys & Girls Club of Craig, 1324 E. Highway 40. Registration is open to middle school and high school ages, and the cost is $5 for a co-ed team of five. Refreshments will be provided and spectators are welcome.