As of late Thursday afternoon, the Wolf Fire, 10 miles west of Elk Springs in Moffat County, was 50 percent contained.
Civic engagement was alive and well at Thursday evening’s school board candidate forum hosted by the Bears Ears Tea Party Patriots.
Lady Bulldogs lose 3-0 in Homecoming game with Grand Valley
The Lady Bulldogs finished their home season Thursday night with a 3-0 defeat by Grand Valley in a game that was also their pink game and Homecoming competition. MCHS girls knew going in it would be a tough one, and the Cardinals showed why they’re ranked second in the 3A Western Slope League, downing the Lady Dogs quickly in 25-14 and 25-12 sets to start.
On the record for Oct. 8.
Hillary Clinton’s gun-control plan has guaranteed that gun violence, and how or whether to address it, will play a central role in the 2016 election.
Classic Air Medical introduced the newest addition to it’s fleet of emergency medical response aircrafts Wednesday evening at Craig-Moffat Airport.
When you’re looking at red, dusty landscapes without another human being in sight, you can either get motivated or get depressed. No, I’m not talking about being in Utah, rather the do-or-die hero of “The Martian.”
Firefighters are working to contain the Wolf Fire 10 miles west of Elk Springs in Moffat County.
It was clear to everyone during Wednesday night's community reception that Steamboat Springs has a choice of five qualified candidates to fill the role of the city's new police chief.
Former Routt County Commissioner Dan Ellison, who died Oct. 3, helped to advance the county’s Land Preservation Subdivision ordinance which incentivizes developers to cluster homes within rural subdivisions, leaving hay meadows intact.
Bulldogs conquer Colorado Rocky Mountain School, fall to Basalt
With two similar game scenarios — a tie at halftime — in both of their games during Homecoming Week, Moffat County High School boys soccer had a great outcome in the first instance. The other, not so much. MCHS had its highest-scoring game to date this season Tuesday with a 7-3 triumph in Carbondale against Colorado Rocky Mountain School.
Craig and Hayden experienced a nearly one-and-a-half hour power outage Saturday afternoon, according to Yampa Valley Electric Association spokeswoman Tammi McKenzie.
Bulldog shoots 91, 96 in two-day event
By the end of Tuesday afternoon, Mike Bingham couldn’t help looking back a few months, a time when he normally would have been out at Yampa Valley Golf Course perfecting the game he loves. With his attention on a summer job during the warm months, the only practice time he got was about two hours the whole season, which he certainly saw hurt him during his big moment. Bingham represented Moffat County High School Monday and Tuesday at 3A State Championships, shooting a 187 overall to place 55th out of 84 competitors.
When they last headed onto the gridiron, the Moffat County High School varsity football team endured a lot of moisture, but the forecast is clear for later this week, which hopefully means smooth sailing as the Bulldogs look to take another conference victory. The Moffat County Homecoming football game with Basalt takes place at 7 p.m. Friday at the Bulldog Proving Grounds, and it looks to be quite a show.
Members of Moffat County Education Association are joining forces with educators statewide to address the issue of too much testing in public schools.
On Saturday, Oct. 3, members of the Northwest Colorado Chapter of Parrotheads conducted their semi-annual cleanup of the Pebble Beach area along the Yampa River.
Jerry DeLong told the council the police department is still down three officers, and recruiting efforts are ongoing.
Moffat County Commissioners Chuck Grobe and Frank Moe met with Finance Director Mindy Curtis Tuesday afternoon to work on the county’s 2016 budget.
The Craig Middle School boys basketball teams will host an informational meeting for parents of interested players at 6 p.m. Thursday in the CMS auditorium, 915 Yampa Ave.
Hayden Police Chief Greg Tuliszewski hit a milestone in his career last week when he received the executive certification from the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police.