Enrollment is up at Colorado Northwestern Community College’s Craig campus for the third year in a row, according to numbers recently compiled by the college. Total enrollment throughout the college’s two campuses and service areas is also higher at 1,118 students, a 2.4-percent increase over last year.
The concurrent enrollment program through Colorado Northwestern Community College gives high school students an opportunity not only to get a jump on their college education, but to do so without spending a dime.
Bears Ears Tea Party Patriots will host a forum for Moffat County Board of Education candidates from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday the Colorado Northwestern Community College Bell Tower building in room 201.
Upon visiting the team that spoiled their Homecoming ceremonies last year, the Moffat County High School varsity football team thought it was only fair to even up the score. The Bulldogs won their Western Slope North League opener Friday night with a 24-7 defeat of the Battle Mountain Huskies in Edwards that improved them to 3-2 overall and 1-0 in the 2A WSNL.
The buckaroos of Northwest Colorado have earned a respite after a long month in the arena, but you can be assured they won’t be slowing down too much as the weather gets colder. The Moffat County High School and Colorado Northwestern Community College rodeo teams each ended their early seasons last week, MCHS at Elizabeth and CNCC at Logan, Utah.
During the time of year when the leaves are changing colors, the hues of royal blue and white remain ever the same. It’s Homecoming Week at Moffat County High School starting Monday, and the Bulldogs are looking back on the years in style with a retro theme that celebrates decades past.
Dinosaur National Monument will be celebrating its 100th anniversary this weekend with a variety of scheduled events and free entry to facilities.
Steamboat Springs Transit Manager Jonathan Flint said Wednesday he has a much better feeling about the upcoming winter bus schedule this year than he did last year.
Government update for the week of Oct. 5.
On the record for Oct. 2.
Getting diagnosed with breast cancer — any cancer — is scary. It’s hard to avoid thoughts of “what if,” especially when there is a lag between diagnostic appointments or procedures. Yet, breast cancer is survivable for many, and getting regular check ups increases those odds tremendously. Early detection often means early stage — and early stage means treatable.
A heartfelt thank you to all who helped in any and all ways during Tim’s battle with Lewy Body Dementia and final illness. Especially to Evelyn Pomeroy, Dan Davidson, Marie and Joe Shaffer, Lois Stoffle, Dr. Jon Hamilton, Stace Toye PA, the ambulance crews, nurses and doctors at The Memorial Hospital, and Kathy Gush and Care Givers at Sandrock Ridge Care Center.
We would like to take this opportunity to give a big “Thank you!” to the Hampton Inn, Brothers Meats and Vallarta’s for your generous donations of food to our students here at GOAL Online Academy.
There were so many people who helped while the wife was in the hospital, that I would like to say thank you and I appreciate the help and support I received.
The Classes of History of the American West at Moffat County High School extend a hearty thanks and note of appreciation to the Friends of Moffat County Education for their recent funding of our field trip to Dinosaur National Monument.
The credit for this week’s “From Pipi’s Pasture” goes to my sister, Chalotte Allum, of Fort Collins. One early morning, a couple of weeks ago, Charlotte called me and said that she had an idea for my column. Charlotte gets up early, and that particular morning she was waiting for it to be daylight so that she could use the natural light to choose the colors of fabric she was using to make a quilt. One thing led to another, and pretty soon Charlotte was thinking about the time we all spend “waiting.”
This week’s recipe comes from Geraldine Coleman of Craig. She sent me a packet of recipes the other day, which included a recipe for “Best Ever Meat Loaf” and then how you can make a “Frosted Meat Loaf” from it. I love meat loaf, and this recipe is a little different because it calls for cream of mushroom soup. I haven’t made it yet because I discovered that I don’t have any mushroom soup in the pantry. Next week!
About horses I’ve known… My first was named Maggie. A Standard bred. I was in the third grade. Father gave me an old cavalry saddle, split down the middle, light enough I could lift it. It was so uncomfortable I rode bareback.
A 30-year-old Steamboat Springs man has been charged with distributing heroin. Matthew J. Klodt was arrested Tuesday night by the All Crimes Enforcement Team multi-agency drug task force.
Ulises Silva claims Bulldogs' second hat trick in Thursday game
The Moffat County High School boys soccer team visited Aspen School District Stadium on Thursday afternoon and experienced a hard-fought 4-2 victory over the host Skiers.