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Family excels in two languages in Moffat County School District

Four children flourish at their studies, learning English, working to preserve Spanish

“He didn´t want to stay in school,” said Nestor’s father, Rogelio Arellano. “The first day that she took him to kindergarten, he was like, ‘Don’t leave me! Don’t leave me!’

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Craig teen Austin Niehus will appear on a TLC show this Wednesday

Documentary depicts Austin's meeting with a girl who, like Austin, has Goldenhar's Syndrome

Austin will appear Wednesday in a series called Two in a Million on the TLC cable network, after TLC representatives got in touch with him via social media. Locally, Wednesday’s show will air at 8 p.m.

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Moffat County students find consistent dance spot in Craig

After two years at Centennial Mall, Just Dance provides a creative home for hundreds of students

Jeni Giedd has been running the studio a long enough time to see students she taught as toddlers take the helm as dance instructors themselves.

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Education Briefs: CHSAA holds art competition

The student's name and school will appear as credit on the front cover of the book. Two winners will be selected by the CHSAA staff, and each will receive $250.

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CNCC men’s rodeo gains regional honors, berths for national competition

Moffat County High School athletes go at it in Golden

The Colorado Northwestern Community College rodeo men’s and women’s teams recently competed the end of their season, and many of the Spartans are on their way to the College National Finals Rodeo. The CNCC men were named the Rocky Mountain Region Reserve Champion team following the season finale at Colorado Mesa University’s Maverick Stampede this past weekend.

Scholarship Happenings for Craig and Moffat County

Scholarship listings for students.

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Our View: We need to rally for our school district by supporting a mill levy

Where is the rally for our school district and our children’s education?

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Morris Ververs accepts Moffat County School District's offer for independent contractor post

Ververs will be in Craig Thursday for the school board meeting

“He’s looking forward to the challenge,” Darrell Camilletti said.

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Moffat County Board of Education budget work session focuses on strengthening communication

The school board plans to hold a meeting at 4 p.m. on Thursday to continue budget work

“The district doesn’t know really where the board is headed with cuts,” Amy Ward said. “And so what we have are a lot of people going, ‘I don’t know if I’m secure here.’”

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Colorado Court of Appeals visits Steamboat Springs High School

The Colorado Court of Appeals visited Steamboat Springs High School Thursday, where judges heard arguments on cases involving property hunting rights and a possible methamphetamine overdose.

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Moffat County Board of Education plans to offer Morris Ververs job as 'independent contract consultant'

Move comes as tough budget talks continue

Morris Ververs, from Simla, Colorado, served for 10 years as superintendent of Klawock City School District in Alaska.

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Community ponders ways to nourish Moffat County School District

Fifth stakeholder meeting channels frustrations and suggestions to aid school district

The gathering of about 50 people, held at Colorado Northwestern Community College, also included recapitulation of budgetary recommendations.

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Craig Sports Briefs for April 13, 2016: Craig Middle School track opens season Saturday

The Craig Middle School track and field program will commence its season this weekend with the Bullldog Invitational at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at the Moffat County High School track, 900 Finley Lane.

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Stakeholder meeting about Moffat County School District budget set for Wednesday evening

Participants crafted budget recommendations during the last meeting, held on March 23.

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Students ready to share knowledge of U.S. Constitution

After writing strong essays and traveling to the state Capitol, Moffat County students give local presentations

Nine Moffat County fifth-graders had the chance to travel to the Capitol Building in Denver last month to learn about government and to share what they’d absorbed in their study of the U.S. Constitution, in a trip sponsored by the Augusta Wallihan Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Now, the students are bringing their knowledge about the U.S. Constitution to various local venues.