A helicopter was used to find and rescue a hunter who got lost and hiked a couple miles into Wyoming on Monday.
Young readers are sure to enjoy the playful, rhythmic storyline of this week’s picture book. “The Scarecrow’s Dance” was written by Jane Yolen and illustrated by Begram Ibatoulline.
Craig Middle School was represented Saturday at the Colorado Middle School Cross Country State Championships at Denver’s Fehringer Ranch Park by four Bulldog runners.
Children with food allergies use teal pumpkins as a signal that treats are safe
No one likes to be left out, but that’s often what happens to kids with food allergies during Halloween trick-or-treating. “One in 13 children in the U.S. has a food allergy, a potentially life-threatening disease that presents many challenges for millions of families across the country,” said Food Allergy Research & Education a group that supports allergy research as well as safety and access to health care for those with food allergies. The Teal Pumpkin Project is one way to raise awareness and help children to know that treats are safe.
Something you learn when playing fantasy football is that it really is a weekly game. You might draft a team for the whole year, but your main focus is to win every week. There will be some mistakes made, such as not starting someone who really goes off and has a huge day, or dropping a player too early in the season and said player finishes near the top in his position. Seemingly small mistakes early on can lead to misfortune later on and derail your hopes of a fantasy championship.
Supporters, staff and residents of Sandrock Ridge Care & Rehabilitation filled the county chambers on Tuesday morning to address the commissioners about financial concerns.
The Whorling Women local yarn-spinning group twisted fiber into 20 miles of yarn during the week of Oct. 3 to 9 in their first year competing in the week long, worldwide Spinzilla competition. They helped Colorado place first in the United States said Lorrae Moon of Yampa Valley Fiberworks that sponsors the local spinning group.
Craig fire responded to a motor vehicle accident just before 6:30 Sunday evening involving a truck pulling a camper and a car.
As near as I can determine, this is my 100th column for The Craig Daily Press. I wanted to say thanks to Renee Campbell and Noelle Leavitt Riley for allowing me to continue writing after Bryce Jacobsen initially invited me to write all those years ago. Craig has become a special place for me over the past 18 years and my family has been blessed to be a part of a community that cares deeply about its people and isn’t afraid to exercise their opinions and let others know what they think.
The star that marks the eye of Medusa is a most remarkable star named Algol, which means the “Demon Star.”
The Steamboat Teen Council is a group of teens in the Yampa Valley who work together to create a community in which teens have a voice in social, political, and environmental issues.
Bright orange pumpkins dotted the hay fields at the Wyman Living History Museum Sunday morning, which outlined the landscape with colorful cartoon scenes from the 1966 children’s favorite — “It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.”
Last Tuesday, Oct. 11, we were honored to join the staff of the Rio Blanco Water Conservancy District and Konnie Billgren, the executive director of the Rangely Chamber of Commerce for a face-to-face meeting to discuss the conservancy district’s proposed water storage project on the White River at Wolf Creek.
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.