The Buffaloes ended Moffat County's season in a hard-fought regional final game.
The boys basketball team now will play in the state quarterfinals Thursday in Colorado Springs.
People make all kinds of sandwiches. Years ago, when our boys were small, my husband Lyle mixed up mashed bananas and peanut butter and made sandwiches for them. I’ve heard of onion sandwiches, and our son Jamie puts potato chips in his bologna sandwiches.
The citizens of Meeker and Rio Blanco County have been informed by the board of county commissioners that there will be “public hearings” about the proposed design of the “justice center” which they propose to locate where the historic Meeker elementary school now stands.
Craig Daily Press columnist Janet Sheridan will have a book signing and reading at Off the Beaten Path Bookstore at 4 p.m. Saturday in Steamboat Springs.
The Moffat County boys take on Bishop Machebeuf on Saturday for a shot at the Great 8.
The Bulldogs hit six 3s to beat Middle Park in the regional semifinal Friday.
Loudy-Simpson Park pond has undergone a dramatic transformation during the past several months. “Last year that pond was only about a foot and a half deep,” said Roy Tipton, director of Moffat County Development services. Now, though it’s not full of water yet, it’s between 10 and 12 feet deep. A perfect depth for healthy fish and clean water.
The biggest reason I care so deeply about the elderly is because of what happened to my late grandmother during her almost six-month stay at two nursing homes — one in Santa Fe, N.M., and one in the Denver metro area.
Applications are due on March 17 for community members interested in having direct input to Hayden School District's ongoing superintendent hiring process.
The legislative update for March 7.
With warmer weather heading our way, many area folks are heading out to the “low country” — generally west of Craig. One unusual Moffat County destination that used to be a year-round hot spot for many locals was Juniper Hot Springs. The springs, about 20 miles southwest of Craig, were used by the Utes and possibly the Fremont people before the first settlers arrived in the late 1800s.
The Steamboat Springs Composite Squadron prepares for the Regional Recognition Round of Cyberpatriot on Saturday.
The government update for March 7, 2014.
The daily cops roundup and jail report.
The President’s science and technology advisor - Jan. 11, 2014. I cringe at how ludicrous global warming climatologists must feel these last two winters. Nature is pooping in their nest. Did he mean “extreme heat” instead of cold? Can they have it both ways? However, they shouldn’t be making excuses. They should be elated that winter seems to be coming back with a vengeance. But what if it continues? It puts them in the position of hoping for bad news. It’s called schenfreude.
This week, the monthly Moffat County 4-H Newsletter arrived in the mail. When I saw the Hamilton Busy Beavers 4-H Club mentioned with the 4-H Council, I was reminded of those years long ago when I was in 4-H. I belonged to the Hamilton Busy Beavers Club, and I don’t like to think about how many years ago it was!
This is an easy way to dress up asparagus.
The city of Steamboat Springs and Colorado Group Realty broker Randall Hannaway announced this week the five new executive hangars proposed for the airport all have been reserved, and initial construction could start as early as this spring.
March is National Colorectal Cancer month
It’s reassuring to know that as long as you get recommended colon cancer screening tests you will most likely avoid colon cancer. That’s because colon cancer starts out as a benign polyp in your colon. Once removed, your cancer risk at that site is gone. Screening tests don’t usually treat problems they only detect problems. An exception is a colonoscopy — colonoscopies allow physicians to both detect suspicious polyps and remove them all in the same visit.