The Bulldogs are missing lots of starters from last year's team but believe they have the capability of being a winning group this year.
Cholesterol levels are far from just a grown-up matter, and Northwest Colorado medical professionals hope to emphasize that parents should keep their child’s readings in mind.
Perhaps it’s a craving for Mexican casseroles that sent me to my files, searching for casserole recipes. Most of the Mexican casserole recipes I use are pretty similar in ingredients and preparations, so I was hunting for something a little “different.”
New nutrition labels proposed Thursday for many popular foods, including ice cream, aim to more accurately reflect what people actually eat. And the proposal would make calorie counts on labels more prominent, too, reflecting that nutritionists now focus more on calories than fat.
Underscoring that excess regulation impacts small businesses’ ability to create jobs and grow the economy, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., voted Thursday to pass legislation to provide additional review and scrutiny in the regulatory process, according to a press release from Tipton’s office.
The Obama administration quietly issued a health law fix Thursday to help states that have had technical problems running their own enrollment websites.
The Bulldogs will play Aspen on Saturday for the third time this season to try for the district championship
Literacy coordinator given $1,000 check in Friday ceremony
Tiffany Trevenen received the Peabody Energy Leaders in Education Award for her work as the literacy coordinator for East, as well as her years of service to Moffat County School District.
Each time the season is about to change her at Pipi’s Pasture, I just can’t help myself — I have to write about it. After all, it brings changes to what is going on in the agricultural community and, for that matter, the rest of our community as well.
The MCHS girls basketball team will play for a second straight district championship Saturday in Palisade.
Tom Soos, emergency management coordinator for Moffat County, has entered the race for Moffat County Commissioner. He’s vying for the District 3 seat that Moffat County Commissioner Tom Mathers will leave in 2015.
The government update for Feb. 28, 2014.
According to the latest data from the Colorado Department of Labor, the unemployment rate in Moffat County continued its gradual descent through the end of 2013. CDL estimates place the December 2013 unemployment rate at 5.2 percent. That’s down from the December 2012 rate of 7.5 percent, and is a continuation of the downward trend in the 12-month moving average unemployment rate that began in November 2012.
The legislative update for Feb. 28.
The daily cops roundup and jail report.
With the receding mounds of snow around Craig, it is apparent that golf season is not so far off. It won’t be long before the links are open and winter-white legs get revealed in Bermuda shorts pulled from the bottom of dressers drawers. This week’s photograph also was pulled from the bottom of a drawer.
The Republicans and Democrats of Moffat County are getting into gear for election season. The precinct caucuses for both parties will take place Tuesday and be an opportunity for voters to select delegates for the state assembly and their choose local candidates.
The Obama administration official at the New York City panel missed a chance to explain an important aspect of the law that gets to the “what’s in it for us” question.
The mild tasting and crunchy fiber-rich “cruciferous” vegetable is excellent source of vitamin C and K.
Even 10 minutes is better than none.