Even people who aren’t diagnosed with a condition such as Seasonal Affective Disorder can feel down in the midst of coldness, darkness and restricted mobility. “That’s when your diet and nutrition and regular exercise are extra important,” said Physical Therapist Danika Friedley. “Those factors are the most natural ways to get endorphins and (improve) the healthy function of your body.”
The winter is going by fast for Craig’s AJ Stoffle, who returns to the National Sport I and II divisions of AMSOIL Championship Snocross, complete with sponsorship by Ski-Doo, among other companies. Stoffle is 18th of 57 racers in his circuit and competes in Deadwood, South Dakota, this weekend at the US Air Force Deadwood Snocross. Among his accomplishments this year have been 12th-place overall finishes in the AMSOIL Snocross National in Duluth, Minnesota, and the Pirtek Snocross National in Shakopee, Minnesota.
“They’re going to apply (themselves), because whatever they choose is something that’s important to them,” Sunset Elementary School Principal Jill Hafey said. “And it’s going to stay with them.”
The a cappella class at Moffat County High School was devised by Choir Teacher Grace Pomeleo, in her first year of teaching, and veteran staff members say they can’t recall any a cappella class at the high school before.
Registration is open for two sessions: a college level class scheduled for June 14 to June 25, and another for July 5 to July 16.
Mike Taylor, the Moffat County School District’s facilities director, noted a number of maintenance concerns — ranging from an elevator to classroom locks — at a recent school board work session.
The Moffat County High School home basketball games against Roaring Fork will feature a quacking good time for the crowd. The Chuck-a-Duck fundraiser for the program is available at all home events and features numbered rubber ducks available for $1 apiece or six for $5 at the door. Buyers can toss their ducks into the MCHS Bulldog collar at center court during halftime of the varsity boys game, with multiple prizes going to those who hit the target.
The schedule is set for the Moffat County High School varsity football 2016 season.
A project at the Boys & Girls Club of Craig is giving middle school students a chance to draft a letter seeking enhanced mental health services to City Council or another public organization.
Early this Tuesday evening, Jan. 19, the waxing gibbous moon will perform a prime time eclipse, or occultation, of the bright star Aldebaran, for folks living in the western United States.
In an effort to gather feedback on the school district’s upcoming budget, a group of Moffat County School District staff members is working to form a committee made up of community members and district employees to present budget recommendations to the school board.
Missoula Children's Theatre returned to Craig this week production and featured performances of "Red Riding Hood" Saturday afternoon in the Moffat County High School auditorium that included dozens of local kids in a twist on the famous fairy tale.
As Lexi Weber sees it, the thought of a typical punishment such as detention doesn’t hold as much sway with students as some adults might think it does.
The Moffat County School District instructional coach team will be hosting three DigiDog after school Tech Camps at each school. Second through eighth-grade students will dive into learning experiences where they will learn how they can use technology to investigate, communicate, collaborate, create, model and explore concepts.
Jim Loughran and Steve Maneotis will host a basketball camp for boys in grades five through seven Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:35 to 5 p.m. at Sunset Elementary School, 800 W. Seventh St, starting Tuesday. There is no cost for this program, which will teach basic skills in the sport and help players develop a love for the game. The clinic will last about a month and organizers plan to host a tournament at the end of the run.