The Bulldogs and Tigers split a pair of games Saturday in Hayden.
Members of Moffat County High School’s National Honor Society will be offering a special Halloween activity to Craig and Moffat County children.
The libraries of Craig’s elementary schools have gotten a little bigger in their inventory. As a result of last year’s Passport to Reading program where students achieved 5,733 total stamps in the mock passports that charted their reading progress, Craig schools received $5,000 in grant money from local groups: $2,000 each from Friends of Moffat County Education and Craig Rotary Club and $1,000 from Human Resources Council of Moffat County United Way.
The eighth-graders from CMS lost, then won against the Cowboys.
National drug prevention campaign Red Ribbon Week is scheduled to run from Oct. 21 to 29. The effort, one of the largest anti-drug programs in the country, teaches people of all ages about both the dangers of illegal drugs and the illegal use of legal drugs.
The coming week in sports for Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School.
Routt County Undersheriff Ray Birch said Friday night that 27-year-old Nicolaus House Demetrian was apprehended by FBI agents while he was having a drink at a bar in Des Moines, Iowa.
Mind, body and soul. Those are the three elements of younger children that older kids like Dakota Ahlstrom and Tracer Hickman hope to enhance with some handy tools and techniques they’ve learned in recent weeks. Ahlstrom and Hickman attended the 2013 Triple Play Leadership Summit at Colorado Springs’ Olympic Training Center in September. The two 16-year-olds represented the Boys & Girls Club of Craig, along with supervisor Kari Neuman, the club’s program director.
Fire swirled in the air after the Craig Fire/Rescue lit an enormous bonfire behind Moffat County High School on Thursday night, warming the young crowd in commemoration of homecoming week.
As part of Homecoming week, MCHS announced the recipients of royalty honors Thursday, with seniors Jay Hayes and Allie Ehlers taking the distinction of Homecoming King and Queen.
Students across the Moffat County School District have been looking a little different these days. As part of Homecoming week, Moffat County High School, Craig Middle School and local elementary schools have participated in dress-up days this week. MCHS and the elementary schools have been following the Homecoming theme of Disney, while CMS has its own set of days.
The wonders of outer space are part of the Sky Dome Planetarium, which has set up in Craig for the coming week. The educational program, part of Mobile Ed Productions, is sponsored by Friends of Moffat County Education, which also brought the company’s geography- and geology-themed Earth Dome to Craig last year.
Moffat County High School’s Homecoming starts this week with a multitude of activities for Bulldogs of past and present to show their school spirit.
Moffat County citizens can perform their civic duty come November and vote on state, county and municipal issues. While the 2013 coordinated election hasn’t exhibited the same frenzy as a general election, there still are some hot topics that have riled up Moffat County and Colorado residents. Mail-in ballots for the November election will go out starting Tuesday to voters around Craig and Moffat County. Among the issues for which residents will be voting for or against are state educational funding, local term limits and potential county secession.
Nearly 700 educators spanning seven school districts in Northwest Colorado gathered at Steamboat Springs High School on Friday to take part in the second Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services professional development day.