CNCC holds foundation board retreat

The Annual CNCC Foundation Board Retreat wrapped up on Sept. 27 on the CNCC Rangely Campus.

Craig education briefs for Oct. 3, 2015: Bears Ears Patriots to host school board forum Thursday

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.

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CNCC Craig campus enrollment up third year in a row

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.

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Study shows positive link between dual enrollment, college attendance

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.

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Moffat County, CNCC rodeo finish fall with gusto

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.

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Moffat County High School Homecoming promises great time

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.

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Dinosaur National Monument celebrates 100 years

Dinosaur National Monument will be celebrating its 100th anniversary this weekend with a variety of scheduled events and free entry to facilities.

TMH Living Well: Regular check-ups, exercise increase chance of breast cancer survival

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.

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Craig Sports Briefs for Oct. 2, 2015: Doak Walker results — Week 6

The sixth week of Craig Parks & Recreation’s Doak Walker tackle football league has come and gone, with players in grades three through six still hitting hard.

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Running events in Craig enable support of great causes

Your footwear is going to get some extra miles this October. Numerous running opportunities will be available coming up in Craig, all of which are for good causes in addition to the exercise in the fall environment.

Four running for two open Hayden School Board seats

The two with the most votes will replace outgoing eight-year board members Vance Fulton and Sharon Nereson.

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Jimmy Westlake: Three defunct star patterns of fall

In 1929, the International Astronomical Union, or the IAU, sat down to weed through the hundreds of constellations that had been invented over the centuries, and when the smoke cleared, 88 star patterns remained.

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Bulldog Sports for the week of Sept. 28, 2015

The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.

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Craig Middle School football teams take down Meeker

CMS volleyball has varied home tourney with Steamboat, Hayden

While the majority of Moffat County High School sports had the weekend off from competition, Bulldog pride was still abuzz Saturday at Craig Middle School. CMS football met with Meeker’s Barone Middle School in its final home games of the season, while the volleyball teams hosted a triangular tournament with both Steamboat Springs and Hayden.

Craig education briefs for Sept. 26, 2015: Wine tasting to benefit CNCC Foundation scholarships

The Colorado Northwestern Community College Foundation will host Uncorked, an evening of wine tasting, hors d’oevres, entertainment and live and silent auctions, from 6 to 10 p.m. Oct. 17 at the Clarion Inn & Suites.