A few years back, I wrote a column called “How Much are You Worth?” I went back and read it this last week. It still speaks to me, especially in this month of November. This is the month where we really concentrate on the things we are thankful for. I’m so thankful for knowing my worth and knowing I am increasing in value as the years go by.
As the Program Director of Early Childhood Education at Colorado Northwestern Community College, I have the opportunity through this venue, to share valuable information with families concerning their children, ages 0 to 8, which is considered the Early Childhood years.
Moffat County Board of Education agenda.
News from across Moffat County and Colorado
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
We’d like to thank the community for donations to our First Responders Dinner.
The Knights of Columbus Council 4131 would like to thank the community of Craig and all hunters for their support of the Tootsie Roll Drive.
Assistant City Attorney Dan Foote said prior to August, the city was hearing from as many as two new individuals each month who wanted to get in on the local marijuana industry in some form.
12U group 1-1 in weekend games, improving from previous season
After one day, the Craig Youth Hockey Association Peewee team already has a better record than they had all last season. The Craig Cougars 12U team split two games with the Summit Lightning Saturday in home games at the Moffat County Ice Arena that saw them open the regular season with a 5-3 win.
Chamber event sells out tickets for event dinner, comic, silent auction
Saturday night was a time for the Craig community to get cracking. The satisfying crunch of a fleet of king crab legs was a sound welcome to diners ready for a meal fit for royalty as part of Crabfest 2015, hosted by the Craig Chamber of Commerce at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion.
The Colorado Department of Transportation began a safety and improvements project in April on the 11-mile segment of State Highway 9 between Kremmling and Silverthorne, according to a CDOT news release. The work is expected to last until mid-July 2017.
It’s time for us to publish healthy recipes from others in our community. Do you have a recipe that is relatively easy to prepare from commonly found ingredients that you would like to share?
Colorado Exchange open enrollment began on Nov. 1, and runs through Jan. 31, 2016. UnitedHealthcare offers a variety of health plans on the Colorado Exchange and knows the process for picking a plan can often be confusing. It’s important to understand your health plan options in order to select a plan that will help enhance your health and possibly save you money in the year ahead.
Health-related news and announcements, and tips for staying healthy from Craig and Moffat County healthcare providers.
It has been a year since the TMH Babies Happen Here moms gave birth! Little Quincey Loya and Cashlin Wagner are thriving and enjoying life. We checked in with Daina, Cashlin’s mom for highlights of her first year.
BCA Pool League is several months into its seventh season at The Popular Bar, 24 W. Victory Way. After seven weeks of action, The Untouchables with team captain Jean Haskins lead the 9-ball league, and in 8-ball, Roy Butler’s Get-R-Done have the best scores.
On Election Day, the Local Marketing District measure passed with 51.9 percent of voters agreeing to increase the county’s lodging tax by 4 percent.
Performances for musical take place next week
If there’s one thing to learn from the Moffat County High School theater program’s upcoming stage spectacular, it’s that big things come in itty-bitty packages, so prepare for magic, comedy, romance and all you can possibly imagine contained within the MCHS auditorium. The curtain goes up next week for the MCHS theater program’s fall musical, “Aladdin, Jr.” The adaptation of the Disney film premieres Thursday night as MCHS and Craig Middle School thespians prepare to enchant the crowd.
Government update for the week of Nov. 13.
It won’t be long before Moffat County Courthouse decks its halls in celebration of the holiday season.