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.
The next lineup of the Moffat County School District Board of Education will have some tough issues to tackle in the coming years, one of which could be whether to institute changes to the school calendar.
Whereas last week’s school board candidate forum addressed a handful of hot-button issues, Tuesday night’s forum covered a broad spectrum of questions, from student testing to evaluating teachers to what changes candidates would most like to see in the school district.
Moffat County Ice Arena opened to the public this week, and soon skaters will be hitting the ice more and more. Craig Youth Hockey Association is looking to fill its rosters for upcoming seasons with new and returning talent. CYHA is offering discounts to families signing players up for the first time. The registration fee for any of the teams — Squirts, Peewees, Bantams, Midgets — will be 50 percent off for new players. Additionally, families already involved in the organization who refer new athletes will receive their own discount of $100 off for bringing a new member to Midget team, $75 for Bantams, $60 for Peewees and $50 for Squirts. Age is determined by birth year: 10U Squirts were born in 2005 and 2006, 12U Peewees 2003 and 2004, 14U Bantams 2001 and 2002 and 18U Midgets 1997 to 2000.
The Craig Daily Press asked four questions of each candidate for the Moffat County School District Board of Education. Here are their answers.
Five candidates are vying for three at-large seats on the Colorado Northwestern Community College Craig campus board.
Moffat County High School’s pattern of win-loss-win-loss has been broken. Shattered, more like it. The Bulldogs were at their finest Friday for the Homecoming game against Basalt, taking a 38-7 win against the Longhorns.
Education news for Craig and Moffat County
Civic engagement was alive and well at Thursday evening’s school board candidate forum hosted by the Bears Ears Tea Party Patriots.
Lady Bulldogs lose 3-0 in Homecoming game with Grand Valley
The Lady Bulldogs finished their home season Thursday night with a 3-0 defeat by Grand Valley in a game that was also their pink game and Homecoming competition. MCHS girls knew going in it would be a tough one, and the Cardinals showed why they’re ranked second in the 3A Western Slope League, downing the Lady Dogs quickly in 25-14 and 25-12 sets to start.
Bulldogs conquer Colorado Rocky Mountain School, fall to Basalt
With two similar game scenarios — a tie at halftime — in both of their games during Homecoming Week, Moffat County High School boys soccer had a great outcome in the first instance. The other, not so much. MCHS had its highest-scoring game to date this season Tuesday with a 7-3 triumph in Carbondale against Colorado Rocky Mountain School.
Members of Moffat County Education Association are joining forces with educators statewide to address the issue of too much testing in public schools.
The Craig Middle School boys basketball teams will host an informational meeting for parents of interested players at 6 p.m. Thursday in the CMS auditorium, 915 Yampa Ave.
If you are an early riser, you might have noticed several bright objects in the pre-dawn sky and wondered what they are.
The Annual CNCC Foundation Board Retreat wrapped up on Sept. 27 on the CNCC Rangely Campus.