Tuesday was full of the Thanksgiving spirit in Moffat County schools, as many of them marked the occasion with special activities to teach kids about the history of the holiday.
Craig City Council recap for Nov. 24.
Craig City Council officially adopted an ordinance to increase water and wastewater rates at its biweekly meeting Tuesday night.
The holiday season is coming soon, and here are some of the early events to get you in the spirit in Craig and Moffat County.
Senior to compete for University of Colorado-Colorado Springs
Moffat County High School senior Selena Hernandez sees her favorite sport as an ideal metaphor for persistence when the going gets tough. Though she has yet to clear every obstacle of her high school career, she’s nearing a finish line that will also serve as the starting line for something even bigger and better. Hernandez signed her letter of intent Monday to run track for University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, competing in hurdles and relays.
On the record for Nov. 24.
Craig Chamber of Commerce Director Christina Oxley addressed the Moffat County Commissioners at their weekly meeting Tuesday morning regarding the funding of the Moffat County Visitor Center in 2016.
Craig Parks & Recreation is organizing a co-ed dodgeball league. Team requirements are ages 15 and older, groups of six to 10 with at least two female players. The cost is $20 per person, and games will take place Wednesday nights at Craig Middle School starting in January. The deadline is Dec. 16.
Driver tried to avoid hitting a deer
One person is dead and another was transported to The Memorial Hospital after a vehicle roll over crash on Highway 13 near mile marker 112 early Monday morning.
Head down to Yampa Avenue and Victory Way Saturday night to watch the Parade of Lights.
Across Northwest Colorado, law enforcement is witnessing an influx of heroin.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
Craig Parks & Recreation will offer Red Cross lifeguard training for ages 15 and older during Winter Break. The cost is $125, and participants must pass a pre-course swim test held from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Moffat County High School pool, 900 Finley Lane, on Dec. 8, which is also the registration deadline. Class size is limited, and early registration is encouraged.
Business news across Colorado.
Government update for the week of Nov. 23.