Baseball in Northwest Colorado means having to play in all kinds of weather, a fact both teams knew as Moffat County High School hosted Steamboat Springs Wednesday afternoon. What they didn’t expect was that the day would go so long. Steamboat took the game, 6-3, against MCHS in a game that lasted 10 innings and saw a small amount of snowfall as the Bulldogs and Sailors fought hard for nearly four hours.
The Senior Social Center will start offering exercise from noon to 12:30 p.m. Thursdays. Exercises might take place outside depending on the weather.
The Moffat County High School girls golf team has had a lot of drive in the past week. Most recently, the ladies of the links played in the Rifle Invitational Tuesday at Rifle Creek Golf Course, the team gaining ninth place out of 10 with a group score of 347.
City Hall was packed Tuesday night as Craig welcomed a new mayor and council members who will now assist in governing the city.
The Moffat County High School girls varsity soccer team overcame quite a bit stacked against it Tuesday to finish with its first shutout of the season, winning, 1-0, against Aspen.
Craig Police Department on the record.
Bonfils will host a community blood drive from noon to 6:30 p.m. May 5. Those wanting to donate blood can do so inside the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion at 640 E. Victory Way.
Business news across Craig, Moffat County and Colorado.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
Craig will host the 2015 annual meeting for Colorado-Wyoming Association of Museums Wednesday through Sunday, a convention for museum professionals across Colorado and Wyoming to learn more about gathering local and regional history, creating exhibits and utilizing communities to enhance the remembrance of the past.
Hospital displays new technology during health fair
People taking their health seriously is always encouraging for a medical establishment, which means Saturday was a real shot in the arm for The Memorial Hospital. The third annual Community Health Fair provided Craig and Moffat County residents an outlet to learn more about the well-being of their own bodies with a variety of health screenings available at a low cost.
Bulldog defense struggles in 30-6 game
MCHS lost, 30-6, in a home game with Rifle that got out of hand quickly.
The Moffat County High School boys swim team placed fifth in the District 51 Invitational Saturday at the El Pomar Natatorium at Colorado Mesa University. Though the group of aquatic athletes was unable to take as many points as larger schools Montrose, Glenwood Springs, Durango and the D51 consortium, the 200-yard freestyle relay team of Jesse Kurz, Chris Kling, Jacob Briggs and Steamboat Springs’ Brenden Carta sped to their best time of the season, one minute, 42.47 seconds, a third place finish that will send them to the 4A State Championships May 15 and 16 in Thornton.
Girls 4th, boys 6th overall
The Moffat County High School track and field teams saw some great results Friday afternoon during the Coal Ridge Invitational in New Castle. MCHS girls placed fourth overall and boys were sixth in a day that saw more wins than any other so far this season.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife will reopen the Byers Canyon Shooting Range in Hot Sulphur Springs on Wednesday.