The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
Business news across Northwest Colorado.
The Grand Futures Prevention Coalition Zombie 5K returns Oct. 29 at Loudy-Simpson Park as the undead and their terrified living victims alike get some exercise.
October is a great time of year to make meals with squash, including the delicate and delicious butternut squash.
The start of the school year and cooler weather create the right conditions for head lice that’s spread through head to head contact.
Spartans lose last home games against Utah State University Eastern
The Spartan warriors of “300” faced impossible odds but never quit fighting until the final breath left their battered bodies, and though the stakes weren’t life or death Saturday at Loudy-Simpson Park, so did their modern-day namesakes continue to fight through the final whistle. Colorado Northwestern Community College women’s and men’s soccer teams completed their regular seasons with dual defeats to the Golden Eagles of Utah State University Eastern.
All things considered, Moffat County High School volleyball coach Erin Knez has no complaints about how Saturday’s game went. The MCHS varsity took a loss to Cedaredge in three straight sets during a weekend match that was full of changes.
50 young horses will be removed, about 200 mares will be treated to reduce herd fertility
Clouds of dust kicked up by crazed horses running for freedom from low-flying helicopters as emotional bystanders sob in protest has become a traditional scene when the Bureau of Land Management gathers wild horses and burrows from public lands in the U.S., but the next gather in Northwest Colorado will introduce a new tradition. For the first time BLM’s Little Snake Field office will use a bait and trap method to gather 50 young – 1- to 3-year-old – wild horses living in the BLM Sand Wash Herd Management Area in Sand Wash Basin about 45 miles west of Craig said BLM Little Snake Field Manager Bruce Sillitoe in the BLM Decision Record for the project.
The Craig Daily Press is asking readers to submit photos for the newspaper’s annual Hunting Photo Contest.
In a season that has been full of injuries and close calls, Moffat County High School football had what may have been one of the biggest blows yet this year. MCHS lost, 20-8, to the Basalt Longhorns in a Friday night fracas that saw the Bulldogs fight until the very end.
Government update for the week of Oct. 24.
News and events relating to health care.
News and events in education.
The Steamboat Today and Craig Daily Press websites were down for several hours yesterday because of a cyber attack.
David Novak had it made in the shade as the owner and operator of a flight school in the Seattle area. He also served as a contracts manager for Boeing Defense & Space and as regional manager for a telecommunications company. But, the high-rolling lifestyle came to a crashing halt — quite literally — when David staged a small aircraft accident in an attempt to fraudulently obtain insurance money.
Last month one of my columns didn’t get printed — it happens sometimes. Anyway, I haven’t taken time to go through all of my flash drives to find out which one it was. I think it was a column featuring one of Geraldine Coleman’s recipes, I just don’t know which one. Also in the column was a recipe for pumpkin cookies. Since then I have had a request for a pumpkin cookie recipe, with spices. So this column includes both the cookie recipe and a recipe for a dip that you might just use at a Halloween party.
We usually don’t think of our homes as hazardous areas, but people fall in their homes more than anywhere else. According to the National Institute of Health, six out of 10 falls happen in the home. Thankfully there are simple ways to reduce your risk of falling while at home.
Lately the evenings here at Pipi’s Pasture have reminded me of Halloweens past. It’s the full moon that we can see through the naked branches of the poplar trees that grow along the yard fence. It’s the scattered dark clouds that make the bright sky seem a little eerie — like Halloween.
How big is too big? (When it comes to marijuana growing facilities in unincorporated Routt County)
Bulldog boys place 2nd, girls 4th; Riley Allen, Makenna Knez each take 6th with best times
The runners of Moffat County High School cross country are headed to state. MCHS boys placed second as a team and girls fourth Friday at Delta’s Confluence Park at the 3A Region 1 meet, qualifying the entire Bulldog bunch for the state championships Oct. 29 in Colorado Springs.