The best ways to keep yourself healthy and on the field, according to Craig's physical therapy experts.
Saturday is the last day to submit your hunting photos for the Craig Daily Press’ Hunting Photo Contest. Whoever submits the best hunter photo will receive a $250 gift certificate to Murdoch’s. Send photos to editor@CraigDailyPress.com.
The other week, I asked readers for popcorn ball recipes, and I got two calls — one for popcorn balls and the other for popcorn candy. I can hardly wait for the weekend so that I have time to try the recipes.
There were lots of awards and other recognitions during the 2013 Moffat County 4-H Achievement Night, held Nov. 13 at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion. In fact, there were so many that this week’s “From Pipi’s Pasture” has more results to report.
Craig Daily Press sports columnist Nate Waggenspack on the fun rivalries renewed during the holidays.
Switzerland’s Lara Gut is on a streak, and the 22-year-old continued what has been a breakout season with a win at the first downhill of the World Cup season at Beaver Creek.
The word “giving” has a strong meaning in Craig, especially when it comes to the annual KRAI and 55 Country Holiday Drive. Last year, the radio station collected more than $25,000 in cash donations and close to 8,000 pounds of food. “This thing is monstrous for the community,” said Frank Hanel, owner and general manager of KRAI.
Customer appreciation gestures are not new in the endeavor of downtown businesses to attract customers. One such giveaway event held in December 1939 certainly would draw the ire of many people if it were repeated today. At that time, the entire country was pulling out of the throes of the Great Depression, and a spirit of hopefulness was pervading our nation. Growth also was being experienced in Moffat County, and throughout Northwestern Colorado, cash was more readily available, allowing people more freedom to travel and enjoy a bit more discretionary spending.
The members of the Moffat County High School speech and debate team have begun their season with a promising outset. A first-place overall finish at their most recent meet at Grand Junction High School showed what the group is capable of, as they competed in a variety of events testing their proficiency for communicating.
Law Week will take place at Moffat County High School from Dec. 2 to Dec. 6. The event is intended for history and government classes and includes a question-and-answer session with members of the Craig Police Department, Moffat County Sheriff’s Office and Colorado State Patrol.
Moffat County football will play in the Western Slope League or the Northwest League in 2014.
Have you ever sat down with your grandparents and it took forever for them to tell a story or get to the point? What about the stories that you’ve heard over and over again? I know that it might be more beneficial to us if we could speed things up or stop them in the middle of retelling a story we’ve already heard, but I wonder how that makes them feel.
It’s hard to imagine that the cute throw rug Aunt Elizabeth bought for her back porch could bring her harm. Yet it’s just the thing that might cause her to slip and fall. Falls are a major health risk and a leading cause of disability in people older than 50. If you have an elderly relative, prevent falls by making simple changes in the home and in your loved ones' health habits.
Celery is an excellent source of vitamin K which is needed to maintain healthy, balanced blood. It is also a good source of folate, vitamin A, potassium, fiber and vitamin C. It is considered a “negative calorie food” because it is thought to require more calories to digest than the amount of calories contained in one serving.
Are exercise excuses slowing you down? Find the time and make exercise a priority. Some of the toughest exercises can be done in just 15 minutes. A gym is not the only place you can find your fit body. There are so many great workouts that can be done at home on videos, on television, or just with some good music in your own living room. Maybe you are unaware of a good exercise plan?
Do you have questions about health insurance? A representative from the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association will be available to answer questions from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays — Dec. 3, Dec. 10 and Dec. 17 — in December at the Boys and Girls Club in Craig.
It’s just training, of course. But there is no one who wouldn’t want to trade places with Switzerland’s Lara Gut in the Raptor women’s World Cup field going into Friday's downhill at 10:45 a.m at Beaver Creek.
The Craig Daily Press is seeking hunting photo submissions for its Hunter Photo Contest. The newspaper will collect submissions through Saturday. Whoever submits the best hunter photo will receive a $250 gift certificate to Murdoch’s.
The Hayden community Thanksgiving Dinner was as much about the community as it was the food.
In the world of young-adult literature, some books only get less dynamic as they go. Although some series disappoint even when expectations are at their lowest, at least there’s one series that keeps “Catching Fire” after an auspicious introduction.