The Moffat County School District Board of Education took action at its regular monthly meeting Thursday night.
This year, the CNCC spring break trip won’t be during spring break. Instead, the college is offering a trip to Barcelona and Girona, Spain, from May 14 to 22.
Before any project can be started, the people involved must ask themselves a simple question. What do you want to achieve? That was the inquiry posed to those in attendance Saturday morning and Monday night at community meetings hosted by Moffat County Council on Aging to gauge interest in creating a senior center in the area. Held in the Colorado Northwestern Community College Craig campus Academic Building and overseen by CNCC President Russell George, the summit drew a number of people wanting to discuss the possibilities.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
The Missoula Children’s Theatre will be returning to Craig with another week-long, intensive program for young thespians. This year’s feature will be “Blackbeard the Pirate,” and auditions are Monday afternoon at the Moffat County High School auditorium.
Moffat County High School will offer a new run of Driver Education courses starting Monday.
Communication. The topic was an important one during the monthly Sunset Elementary School Accountability Committee meeting Tuesday night, as parents, teachers and school administrators convened to discuss recent and upcoming happenings in the school.
A bus headed to Rangely for a Steamboat Springs Middle School girls basketball game hit a deer Saturday.
There will be no classes Monday for students within the Moffat County School District.
Massage, wellness business to relocate to Trapper Fitness
Dana Armstrong will begin as the massage therapy instructor for Colorado Northwestern Community College, with her first class scheduled for Tuesday. The new job is something of a return for her, having received her certification in the discipline from CNCC.
The first semester of MCHS’s 2013-14 year ended Dec. 20, marking the first full term under the new block schedule format. After returning from winter break Monday, students, teachers and administrators were looking forward to getting back to the system to which they’ve grown accustomed these last four months.
After more than two decades of service with the Hayden School District, Superintendent Mike Luppes is resigning. A national search for his full-time replacement will begin soon.
Moffat County High School will again host the reading program One Book, One MCHS. This year’s selection is “The Book Thief.”
Yampa Valley Electric Association again is accepting applications for its annual all-expenses-paid trip to the nation's capital for upcoming high school juniors and seniors, but no students have yet to apply.
Concerned Parents of Moffat County School District held its first public meeting Thursday afternoon in the commons area of Centennial Mall.