The Bureau of Land Management – BLM has been conducting a Bait and Trap gather in Sand Wash this winter. To date they have removed forty-three horses. The harsh winter weather with snow and mud shut the effort down in December. So far their efforts for continuing have been futile.
In a strong show of support for his first eight months of work, the school board extended the contract of the Superintendent of Schools — David Ulrich.
News and events in education.
When Rocky Mountain Remedies co-owner Kevin Fisher began selling medical marijuana in August 2009, he knew he was going into a business filled with uncertainties.
We’ve all heard it before — washing off makeup before bed keeps your skin fresh and healthy, but do we know what happens to our skin when we don’t wash our face at night?
Have you considered cross-training? Cross-training involves incorporating different types of exercises such as walking, swimming, biking, or resistance training into your fitness routine. Cross-training can lead to workouts that are more fun and beneficial.
Following two incidents in the past week involving youth and guns, the Craig Police Department is urging parents to teach their kids about gun safety.
For over 40 years this Craig man cared for people from cradle to grave. An exhibit at the Museum of Northwest Colorado that opened in May of 2014 commemorates the lifework of Dr. Elmer P. Monahan, Jr.
News and events in health care.
Annual lab work is a good way to receive a snapshot of your current health.
When Janet Panebaker thinks of hospice, she thinks of friendship. As a hospice volunteer, Panebaker will do anything she can to help out a patient or family – household chores, grocery shopping, errands. Mostly though, she just listens.
10:41 a.m. On the 2000 block of Crockett Drive, officers responded to a call from a man who thought his computer was shocking him.
A special Fifth Quarter event will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday as Bear River Young Life hosts an indoor soccer tournament at Boys & Girls Club of Craig, 1324 E. Highway 40. Registration is open to middle school and high school ages, and the cost is $5 for a co-ed team of five. Refreshments will be provided and spectators are welcome.
The February thaw uncovered the remains of a pet dog earlier this week leading to investigation of possible animal cruelty or dumping that proved to be unfounded.
The educational experience is not limited to the classroom, and each year many groups in Northwest Colorado pitch in to help local kids get a unique and enriching encounter unlike any other. Since 2012, Missoula Children’s Theatre has visited Craig as part of its program to work with young actors in all 50 states and multiple countries.
Children can learn a great deal from adults, but when those who are just a few years older work with them, both young kids and teenagers can benefit from the experience. As with other branches of its national organization, Boys & Girls Club of Craig employs teen staff members to oversee and engage in activities with its members.
When funding for certain school programs in Northwest Colorado becomes difficult, one group is there to provide a little boost. Moffat County Booster Club works to bring in money to support various athletic and extracurricular endeavors. The group, which was first formed in 2012, is a non-profit organization with a mission statement to enhance school spirit and promote Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School by providing resources wherever needed.
A call comes in the middle of the night that a child needs a place to sleep for the night. Or maybe the child needs a place to sleep for a year.
Many of us have parts of our childhood we’d like to forget, but for just as many, drawing a complete blank can be just as upsetting. For those who need motivation to piece together both the painful and pleasant parts of their life, that’s why a movie like “Lion” exists.
Two of the community’s oldest service clubs have a single focus — ensuring that kids see clearly.