The Colorado Northwestern Community College women’s softball team recently started its season, 4-2, at the Las Vegas Classic Tournament in Henderson, Nevada.
The season is in the books for Moffat County High School boys C-Team basketball, and that book reads 14-3. The younger Bulldogs finished their year with a home game against Steamboat Springs, taking a 55-30 victory, the fourth win over the Sailors this season.
Legislation aimed at returning millions of dollars to four Northwest Colorado Counties was pulled from the Senate floor Thursday morning.
A poem from Baxter Black.
Late last fall, when meteorologists were predicting the upcoming winter, some experts suggested that the elements of the 2016 winter might be powerful for some parts of the U.S., even likening the winter to a monster. I don’t know that the winter has been monster-like, but residents of Northwest Colorado might agree that it’s been “powerful.” When I think back to my childhood winters on our Morapos ranch, this one seems similar to those times.
Valentine’s Day will be here soon. This week’s column features a cookie recipe with pieces of maraschino cherries in the ingredients, a pretty cookie for the holiday. Also included in the column is a recipe for a pork chop casserole — not necessarily for Valentine’s Day but because it is delicious.
It is an uncommon occurrence today for a small family business to get passed from a parent to a son or daughter, but that was the case with Loyd’s Cleaners, which is still in operation today on Breeze Street. Kelsey Eugene Loyd was born in 1923 in Burlington, Colorado, where his father owned a men’s clothing store in conjunction with an in-house dry cleaning plant.
I may not have a Facebook page of my own, but I frequently use my husband’s account to stalk our family and friends. This habit has become a source of constant contention in our marriage. He is always telling me to get my own Facebook page and to quit commenting on the posts of his friends because he claims I make him “sound like a girl.” His protests only cause me to laugh in response. After 35 years of marriage, I have embraced the idea that “What’s mine is mine and what’s yours is mine too!”
By Matthew 22:5, “But they paid no attention and went off, one to his farm, and another to his business.”
The pot industry continued to explode in 2015, with more than $9.1 million in sales in Steamboat Springs.
Cherish the Little Things, Art Walk, Taste of Chocolate, holiday dance next week
Year after year, downtown Craig becomes a hub of activity in mid-February as multiple events provide a place to delight the senses. Next week will be a busy one as four favorite events come up: the 21st annual Art Walk, 10th annual Taste of Chocolate, fifth annual Cherish the Little Things Art Show and second annual Valentine’s Dance.
Bananas are available for purchase year round, making them an easy snack with a health boost anytime of the year.
Government update for the week of Feb. 8.
Burning calories helps you maintain a healthy weight, but what if you're always on the go and have a difficult time fitting in a daily exercise routine?
Nail biters have more at risk than having short, stubby and unattractive nails.
It’s 5:30 p.m. on a Tuesday and you just picked up your toddler from day care. She’s fussing and tugging at her ear and she feels hot. What do you do? You have two options — either call her primary care physician’s after-hours line, or take her to the walk-in clinic at The Memorial Hospital’s Walk-in Clinic.
On the record for Feb. 5.
No one was inside and the building was mostly used for storage, Craig Police Department Commander Bill Leonard said.
The Downtown Business Association is hosting a free Valentine’s dance from 5 to 9 p.m. Feb. 13 on the upper level of the Center of Craig. The dance will take place during Taste of Chocolate/Art Walk. Live music and dancing is on the roster. Call Noelle Leavitt Riley at 970-756-1308 with questions.
The Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Team from Craig Middle School would like to give a shout out to the Craig McDonald’s for donating 155 hot and delicious breakfasts to sixth, seventh and eighth grade students who were honored at a breakfast Jan. 15.