The sophomore ran her first 400 of the season and broke a 13-year-old record for the Moffat County track team.
The Bulldogs scored first in each half of Tuesday's game but couldn't keep the Cardinals out of their own goal in a 4-2 loss.
The Steamboat Pilot & Today is asking that an arrest warrant and supporting affidavit be unsealed in the case against the 24-year-old woman charged with two counts of child abuse resulting in the death of her 3-year-old son.
Decked out in lab coats and hard hats, carrying questionnaires and pens, high school students carefully eyed various cuts of meat Monday afternoon. They were scribbling against the clock, evaluating retail-packaged meat for type and quality. When their time was up with the retail section, the group of students spun around to confront hunks of cattle and hog carcasses.
A coach can have a lasting impact on a player in ways that even the coach might not even imagine. I remember Coach Kushner always telling me, “Lance, you know who your biggest enemy is — it’s not the guy across from you — it’s the guy inside your head!” As I embarked on my own coaching career, his words become more meaningful with each passing season.
The daily cops roundup and jail report.
This week’s book, written by Elizabeth Sims and published by Writer’s Digest Books, is not only filled with valuable information about the writing process, but it’s fun to read, too! “You’ve Got a Book In You” (a stress-free guide to writing the book of your dreams) is written in a humorous, down-to-earth style. Sims has dedicated the book “to anyone who has ever looked at a shelf full of books and thought, ‘I wonder if I could do that.’”
Norm Yoast, eighth-grade science teacher at Craig Middle School, was not expecting to get pulled into a midday assembly Monday. He certainly wasn’t expecting an award. Peabody Energy awards educators and school staff across the country to celebrate the valuable work schools do.
Hayden, Soroco and Steamboat Springs track and field teams competed in the Eagle Valley Invitational during the weekend, with a pair of Tigers boys posting top-tier finishes.
Craig and Moffat County's local business news.
Craig Rotary is selling sponsorships for its American flag program. Each contribution sponsors a flag that will be placed along Victory Way and Yampa Avenue for patriotic holidays throughout the year.
It may only be for a short time, but the moderate climate in store this week may be just the kind of weather Northwest Colorado residents have wanted out of spring.
With the changing weather we have been experiencing, it is hard to decide what to wear since a person doesn’t know if its going to rain, snow, be windy or sunny. I realize that I don’t really need as much to get ready for the day as I used to. Makeup, jewelry and fancy clothes are not a necessity for me now; it’s more of a matter of attitude.
The Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees took action at its regular monthly meeting Thursday night.
I was looking on Facebook at the You Know You Grew Up in Craig page the other day. I noticed a kid had asked what people who grew up in Craig did as a teenager for fun. He said the kids nowadays hang out at Murdoch’s, but they were getting bored with it. I read this post and the 86 responses at a family dinner. We laughed and talked about the things we used to do. It’s funny how different generations did things differently.
The latest sports news for Craig and Moffat County.
The coming week in sports for Craig Middle School and Moffat County High School.
Laurel Watson's book on the saloons and brothels that popped up as Northwest Colorado was being settled was a hit at the Museum of Northwest Colorado.
So far, we have looked at polyunsaturated fat, monounsaturated fat and the unique type of fat in coconut oil. Today we will touch on trans fat.
Substance abuse is a difficult subject with adults, but when children and teenagers are factored in, there are even more details to take into consideration when trying to curb behaviors, and taking a serious approach to the issue is vitally important. Grand Futures Prevention Coalition will host a town hall meeting at 6 p.m. April 10 at Colorado Northwestern Community College to discuss the levels of substance abuse among young people within the community.