Break out the island attire, Craig Fire/Rescue is hosting the 77th annual Firefighters’ Ball and Hawaiian Luau on Saturday night at The O.P. Bar and Grill, 534 E. Victory Way. The tropical themed festivities, which are 21 and older, begin at 6 p.m. and last until midnight. Tickets are $10, and will be available at the door.
5 sign Friday for Spartans, multiple players in line to join men’s women’s program
Craig’s Colorado Northwestern Community College campus brought on multiple talents this week, with five players signing their letters of intent for the men’s team during a Friday press conference.
The Yampa Valley Young Professional Balls Out Co-Ed Softball Tournament scheduled for this weekend has been rescheduled to take place Aug. 20 and 21. Organizers opted to push the fundraiser event back to give people more time to sign up and have also lowered the registration price, which is now $150 down from $200 per team. Players must be 18 years old or older, or 14 and older with parental consent. The deadline to sign up is Aug. 13.
The Committee to Grow Craig hosted an event Thursday night to promote its petition for a vote on retail marijuana in Craig.
I finally collected enough first hand reports to answer the age-old question, “How do you stop a runaway mule?”
Education news for Moffat County.
Government update for the week of July 25.
Have you ever read something in the holy scriptures that just shook you to your very core, scared the “bewillikers” out of you, and forced you to examine your country, your faith, your schools, your politics, and yes, even your very being? For me, when I read these words from Amos, one of the Minor Prophets, writing prior to the Assyrian invasion of the Northern Kingdom of Israel in approximately 760-750 B.C., they shook me to my core.
If you’re looking for a way to stay in shape without hitting the gym, try dropping in on Craig Parks and Rec Sand Volleyball.
This past month my sisters, Charlotte (Allum) and Darlene Blackford, and our brother, Duane Osborn, spent the day together, talking about growing up on the ranch when we were young, emphasis on cooking since we have been working on a cookbook that we started some years ago.
Do your hands ever get dry and flaky? If so, try using hand lotion to keep them moisturized and healthy. Often times, hands that don’t get the proper treatment and can crack, making them painful.
This coming weekend the cattle on summer pasture will be moved to another pasture, just across the county road from where they are now. No big deal, but the move can be, and usually is, very interesting — especially in the heat.
Green tea has a number of antioxidants that benefit your body and brain. According to authoritynutrition.com, green tea helps your internal organs function better and boost your brain power.
The focus in diabetes management is shifting from maintaining daily sugar levels to preventing complications caused by the disease. This shift in approach, coupled with new treatment options, makes for a promising new future for patients with diabetics.
You’ve heard of the goose that laid the golden egg. How about the duck with the golden ticket? A $500 grand prize will be the big draw of the second annual Rubber Ducky Race for Hospice on Aug. 27 in Craig. The event, hosted by Northwest Colorado Health (formerly Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association) will include a total of $1,000 in cash prizes.
This is a versatile dip — experiment with different flavors. Try with roasted red peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, artichoke hearts or different herbs, such as thyme, mint, rosemary or cumin.
Health news across Northwest Colorado.
So far this year, there have been 58 deaths involving a motorcycle rider, a 14 percent increase compared to the same time period last year.
A Colorado coalition it gathering signatures for a ballot measure that would triple the state’s current cigarette tax, from $0.84 to $2.59 per pack.
Craig Fire/Rescue responded to a hayfield fire Wednesday about 5 p.m. near Moffat County Road 29 and the entry to Elkhead Reservoir