Whether they’re striving to provide funds for local students, working with veterans, encouraging aspiring athletes or just organizing a game of Bingo, the Craig Elks do their part to make their community a better place.
Board seeks waiver from PARCC assessments
For the average person, the term “pupil count” sounds pretty straightforward: count the number of kids in the classroom, and you have your pupil count. But when it comes to funding Colorado’s public schools, not so.
The Youth Career and Job Fair will be held from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. March 12 at the Colorado Northwestern Community College Craig campus.
The school board has allotted extra time during its work session for public comment regarding the district’s budget and budget process, in addition to the regularly allotted public comment time during the meeting.
At the Tuesday night Craig City Council meeting, the Shadow Mountain Village improvement project, Yampa Valley Regional Airport and Colorado Northwestern Community College were the main topics of discussion.
Bulldogs finish 1-15, ready for new beginning next year
Bulldog hockey finished its season on a positive note this past weekend, getting its only win of the year in a 3-1 match against Aspen Saturday at Loudy-Simpson Park Ice Arena that brought pride to athletes’ faces as they moved on to another phase by saying farewell to the team’s seniors.
Six-year-old Ashlynd Hippely may be young, but her artistic efforts apparently captured the hearts of many Craig residents at the Cherish the Little Things art show Feb. 12 to 14.
Distracted driving likely was cause of crash
The investigation report for a December crash indicates Torivio Tovar was not texting at the time the accident occurred.
The Yampa Valley Chapter of Safari Club International will host its seventh annual fundraiser banquet March 21, 2015 at the Craig Clarion Inn & Suites, 300 S. Highway 13. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m., and live and silent auctions will follow.
Graduation rates in Moffat County fell from 86.8 percent in 2013 to 84.6 percent in 2014 but still remained above the state average of 77 percent and the state’s expected graduation rate of 80 percent, according to calculations based on Colorado Department of Education data released in late January.
Craig education briefs for Feb. 21, 2015: Colorado Northwestern Community College to host Black History Month event
Colorado Northwestern Community College in Craig will host performer Charles Pace playing the part of Frederick Douglass at 11 a.m. Thursday in room 185 of the main academic building.
The spring sports season will begin soon at Moffat County High School, and an informational meeting for families of students participating in baseball, track and field, girls soccer, girls golf or boys swimming will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday in the MCHS cafeteria, 900 Finley Lane.
At its regular monthly meeting, the Colorado Northwestern Community College Board of Control approved a motion to formally seek bids for the repair of the Trapper Fitness building roof and discussed the college's new fossil repository status and paleontology program.
Scholarship Bulletin is compiled from information provided by Moffat County High School and other organizations. Does your organization or school have scholarships available for students? Send scholarship information to Daily Press education reporter Lauren Blair at lblair@CraigDailyPress.com or 970-875-1794.
An informational meeting for Little League baseball will be held at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Craig Middle School cafeteria, 915 Yampa Ave. Organizers plan to get Craig teams with kids ages 12 and younger involved in a league in Rifle with a season that runs from April to June.