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Weather Watch: Midweek storm to shift to sun by weekend

Easter in Northwest Colorado isn’t a holiday that comes with any guarantees in the weather, but indicators look good for outdoor egg hunts this year.

Musician John Farrell to perform free concert, visit schools

A free concert for the whole family will be available Monday night at Craig Middle School, with singer-songwriter John Farrell bringing his style of music to the area.

Healthy Eating: High Altitude Hard-Boiled Eggs

Use this method for preparing hard-boiled eggs when you live above 5,000 feet.

Mary Jo Brown: Spring is nourishment for the soul

April is the month for Easter and is usually full of dazzling sunshine, greening of lawns and flowers blooming. All of those might be reasons that spirits soar and we continue our growth gracefully, joyously and creatively as we learn about ourselves and the beauty within us.

Moffat County girls overwhelmed by Coal Ridge offense

The Bulldogs girls soccer team lost its third straight game Saturday, falling 5-0 to Coal Ridge.

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Bulldog Sports for the week of April 14, 2014

Next week's sports schedule for Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School.

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Moffat County swimming looks strong in home meet

The boys team hosted District 51 and Glenwood Springs in Craig on Saturday.

Routt County seeks animal response team volunteers

The Routt County Animal Response Team currently is looking for volunteers to help evacuate animals and run sheltering facilities in Routt County in the event of an animal emergency.

Health briefs for April 12, 2014: Blood drives in Craig next week

Representatives from Bonfils will be in Craig April 15 for blood drives at multiple locations.

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Your Health: Man up to preserve your body

TMH’s March MAN­­ness program is winding down, and men’s final chance to participate in discounted health screenings is Tuesday. Despite the name, the effort was extended an extra two weeks into the first half of April to accommodate increased a greater demand than expected as well as to hopefully encourage more men to participate.

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Spring signals Moffat County Fair is nearing for 4-H

As warm weather returns to Craig, 4-H youths start working more with their old friends and are introduced to new ones.

Subway says chemical almost out of its bread

Subway said an ingredient dubbed the “yoga mat chemical” will be entirely phased out of its bread by next week.

Over a Cup of Coffee: Easter morning breakfast casserole

There are several recipes around for breakfast casseroles. I especially like those that you refrigerate overnight and then pop in the oven the next morning.

Duane Koukol: For my plant friends

To all my friends at the power plant, hi!

Craig briefs: Community Easter egg hunt is April 19

Registration begins at 10 a.m., and the hunt will start at 11 a.m. A host of activities also will be on hand, including face painting, a bouncy house, petting zoo and photo booth.

Grand Valley rallies vs. Moffat County soccer again

The Bulldogs scored first once again but couldn't hold off a potent Cardinals attack Friday.

Coloradans testify in favor of Endangered Species Act amendments

Four pieces of legislation that would amend the Endangered Species Act faced a House Natural Resources committee hearing Tuesday. These bills would boost the transparency of agencies that list species as threatened or endangered and would change the litigation process regarding the ESA. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., attended the hearing and defended the legislation, saying that the ESA, which is more than 40 years old, is due for an update.

Moffat County real estate transactions for December 2013 and January 2014

Editor’s note: The Craig Daily Press will print real estate transactions as they become available from the Moffat County Assessor’s office. Due to a computer update and other duties, the assessor’s office is currently trying to catch up on real estate filings.

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Coal production down at Routt County's Twentymile mine

Routt County’s Twentymile Coal Co. in 2013 produced the least amount of coal since at least 2001.