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CNCC soccer teams fight through series with Snow College

Spartan players fall to Badgers, continue to gain experience

The weekend warriors of Colorado Northwestern Community College soccer had another trying set of home games, though things continue to be looking up for the program overall. Men’s and women’s soccer fell to the Badgers of Snow College in two games apiece Friday and Saturday.

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Parrotheads create weekend paradise in Craig

Art n’ the Park n’ Lot provides hot spot for artists, music, family fun

Art can come from any variety of sources, and a vacant lot made a lovely way to spend the day Saturday in Craig. The Northwest Colorado Chapter of Parrotheads hosted Art n’ the Park n’ Lot during the weekend, perching at the corner of Victory Way and Tucker Street with booths featuring the works of local artists and craftsmakers, as well as games, hula hoop and limbo contests, live music, a silent auction and more elements of the laidback atmosphere for which the group is known.

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Craig Middle School volleyball victorious in Saturday tournament

Moffat County High School struggles on the road against Coal Ridge

It wasn’t quite a perfect sweep, but it was a day Craig Middle School athletes will keep in mind for a while. All four CMS seventh- and eighth-grade volleyball teams were undefeated in a Saturday triangular home tournament bringing in Steamboat Springs and Rifle.

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Craig briefs: Kmart in Craig set to close Dec. 11

Sears Holdings, the company that owns Sears and Kmart announced the closure of 60 stores system-wide including the Kmart in Craig, according to store manager David Ross.

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How are Moffat County Commissioners' attendance records?

Communication key part of Moffat County commissioners' responsibilities

As elected officials, the three Moffat County commissioners are tasked with maintaining the harmony required for progress by communicating with various departments, boards and organizations.

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Moffat County golf keeping heads down for regionals

Three-day stretch ends strong as Mike Bingham places 2nd at Gunnison

The final week of the regular season had some rough spots for Moffat County High School boys golf, but the Bulldogs are set to capitalize on recent highlights for its biggest tournament to date. MCHS tees off at the 3A Region 4 Tournament at Devil’s Thumb Golf Course in Delta with a Sunday practice round followed by the real thing Monday morning.

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Patrick Mosbey: Deeply offended

I recently was DEEPLY OFFENDED when (CK), quarterback for the 49er’s refused to stand during our national anthem. He claims that he as a minority has been “oppressed” by America.

Multiple families: Thanks first responders

The families of Terry Carwile/Kathryn Deitz, Don Cook, Dennis and Sherry Fredrickson, and Wayne Quick are indebted to the firefighters and other emergency personnel who responded to the rangeland fire that broke out the afternoon of Sunday, Sept. 11, north of Craig.

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Government update for the week of Sept. 19

Government update for the week of Sept. 19.

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On the record for Sept. 16

On the record for Sept. 16.

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Fitness Tip: Don’t forget to eat!

When you’re working out, burning calories and building muscle, it’s important to eat three meals a day and to have healthy snacks throughout the day.

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Superfood Tips: Add nuts to your diet

Nuts add a bountiful boost to your diet, and they’re great snacks.

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Health care professionals raise concerns about Amendment 69; supporters say it will cure state’s health care ills

Although a number of ColoradoCare supporters who have spent years championing universal health care say Amendment 69 could be a cure for Colorado’s health care woes, many hospital officials fear bad results should voters approve the initiative this November.

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Education Briefs: Oh the places you’ll go

Education news briefs.

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School starts for G.O.A.L. Academy students

The official start of the school year for students enrolled in the Guided Online Academic Learning Academy or G.O.A.L. Academy is Monday. Enrollment opened on Aug. 15 so that means that some students have already begun their classes. “It’s going really well. We have this rolling start and kids start once they enroll,” said Aryn Henneke, principal for the northern region.

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Our View: Citizens should make pot decision, not elected officials

After the Steamboat Today reported that marijuana dispensaries sold $6.1 million in recreational and medical cannabis products through July of this year, it leaves us scratching our heads as to why our elected officials are not putting it on the ballot.

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Kmart in Craig set to close Dec. 11

Sears Holdings, the company that owns Sears and Kmart announced the closure of 60 stores system-wide including the Kmart in Craig, according to store manager David Ross.

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Health Briefs: Senior Social Center Board meets Sept. 19

Health news for miners, new USDA program for addiction recovery and teen reproductive health classes.

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Thinking About Health: Obesity rates fall but are still higher than in 1990

Is the message that the nation is getting too fat beginning to sink in? The answer is “yes but,” says the Trust for America’s Health, a nonprofit, non-partisan group that aims to protect the health of communities and make disease prevention a national priority. And a study of health care quality and quantity across the nation suggests some reasons why things are not improving uniformly.

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YVEA taps state grant to energy nonprofit to help usher in solar for households with modest incomes

Yampa Valley Electric Association hosts new solar array in Steamboat Springs intended for households with modest incomes.