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Beauty Tip: Drybrushing a refreshing way to exfoliate

Drybrushing is a simple but effective technique for giving your skin and your whole system a refreshing recharge.

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Healthy Eating: Hard-cooked eggs at altitude

This recipe is easy and makes perfect hard-cooked eggs at higher elevations.

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MRH Living Well: Women’s health, OB/GYN services gain new space at hospital

Women who are used to going to The Medical Clinic on Russell Street to visit their OB/GYN physician are in for a nice surprise — a new, bright, large space dedicated solely to women and their health needs. The new space is more than aesthetically pleasing, it also provides a more efficient, effective way to care for patients.

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Sasha Nelson: Judging Horizons' Pick-a-Dish reminds that best food comes from the heart

Insights from behind the judges' table at the fifth annual Pick-a-Dish contest and fundraiser.

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Moffat County soccer stays tough, though Grand Junction breezes by

Conditions were both a blessing and a curse this week on the Moffat County High School soccer field. MCHS girls lost 7-0 to Grand Junction Thursday as the Bulldogs returned home after a week away from their turf.

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Fitness Tips: Fitness at work

If your job involves sitting at a desk most of the day, a few simple additions to your daily work routine can improve your efforts to stay fit and healthy.

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Superfood Tip: Try goldenberries for a satisfying sweet and sour snack

Next time you feel like reaching for a sweet treat, try reaching for a handful of goldenberries instead. Nature’s own “sweet tart,” the berries are packed with antioxidants, Vitamin A, potassium and iron have a relatively low sugar content.

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From Pipi’s Pasture: Coloring Easter Eggs

When my sisters, brother and I were growing up on the ranch, we looked forward to coloring Easter eggs — perhaps as much as hunting them.

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Over a Cup of Coffee: Making Easter Salads

Awhile back, Patty Myers, of Hamilton, sent me a recipe for “Raspberry Salad.” I put off making it until Easter, so it’s on the menu for Sunday dinner. Patty got the recipe from Berdna Nicodemus. I featured the recipe in a previous column, but I’m repeating it this week just in case you want to go out and buy the ingredients and make it for your holiday dinner, too.

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Scholarship Happenings: Need help paying for college? Check out these local scholarships

High school scholarships with applications due in April and May.

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Faith Column: Happy Resurrection Sunday!

This Sunday is Easter Sunday. At the Journey, we prefer to refer to this Sunday as Resurrection Sunday. It seems that “Easter” has been co-opted by confectioners and greeting card connoisseurs.

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Double trouble: Moffat County, Steamboat baseball split games in Craig

Sailors win first game 17-13, Bulldogs come back to take second 5-1

The Highway 40 rivalry continued anew Thursday night on the home diamond of Moffat County High School as the Steamboat Springs Sailors came to play, but a doubleheader between the blue and red saw each team earn both a win and a loss — Sailors winning 17-13 and Moffat County 5-1.

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Hayden museum to get help from experts

At a museum, sunlight, temperature and humidity can mean disaster for treasures that help tell the story of a community.

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Moffat County School District 'optimistic' about finances

Despite unexpected revenue losses, the school district is on track to end the 2016-17 financial year in good shape and cautiously optimistic that state funding will be the same or improve.

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Weekend Roundup: Holiday happenings, sporting chances

Easter weekend in Craig brings with it some holiday fun as well as other opportunities to get out enjoy the springtime.

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CDOT preps for 2018 bridge repairs at east entry to Craig

Highway 13 bridge to be complete before July 4

The bridges of Moffat County will continue to receive much-needed maintenance from the Colorado Department of Transportation this year and next. As crews wrap up repairs on the Colorado Highway 13 bridge south of Craig, CDOT engineers are already gearing up for another round of bridge work to start in 2018.

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Wanted: Craig, Hayden police seek man for assault, felony menacing charges

Craig and Hayden police departments are asking for help in finding Tanner Eugene Sholes, 34, of Craig.

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Moffat County Youth Wrestling tournament Saturday: Craig Sports Briefs for April 14, 2017

Moffat County Youth Wrestling will host its home event, the Levi Weber Memorial Youth Tournament all day Saturday at Moffat County High School, 900 Finley Lane. Weigh-ins begin at 6:30 a.m. for athletes 8 and younger, with matches starting at 9 a.m. Weigh-ins for the 10U, 12U and 14U ages are at 11 a.m. with bouts at 1 p.m. First place honors in each bracket include a medal and champion t-shirt, with medals also going to second and third place. Concessions will be available all day and admission is $3 per person, free to kids under 5.

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Rep. Bob Rankin: Your money, your state

I’m afraid to start writing a column about state government this month. Can mundane details about only 600 legislative bills and a mere $28 billion of spending attract your interest? I worry that you, the dedicated readers of my monthly wanderings, are all focused not on Colorado’s issues but on the president’s latest tweet. How to keep you reading a whole 500 words when the TV is reporting about Russia, the Supreme Court and Syria and who knows what’s next?

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Puberty blockers should not be used on trans children

The transgender movement in America has officially gone too far.