On June 8, the Moffat County Sheriff’s Office’s 26th annual High School Scholarship Golf Tournament was held and all had a great time.
Guys: If you make it to 100, you will be surrounded by women.
This past week I checked our rhubarb.
Here at Pipi’s Pasture, the past few days has me remembering those hot summer days on the ranch when my siblings and I were growing up and how we kids passed the time to keep cool.
The Moffat County Collaborative Council for Children and Families is seeking input from parents to identify the community’s unmet needs for children and families.
Three fires continued to burn in western Moffat County Friday, but no structures or people are expected to be threatened after a busy 24 hours of battling fires in Northwest Colorado that began Thursday afternoon. The Wild fire and Hacking fire ignited Thursday on Wild Mountain in the western part of the Dinosaur National Monument and have burned an estimated 362 and 10 acres, respectively, as of late Friday, according to a news release from monument officials.
Carvers at the 14th annual Whittle the Wood Rendezvous have just about finished up their carvings, as the festival turns to its weekend activities.
Local gas prices as of Friday evening, June 14.
Veterans of Foreign War and the American Legion held a flag-burning ceremony on Friday at the VFW post in Craig, where they ignited roughly 800 retired flags given to them by the community. The ceremony was in commemoration of Flag Day, which was recognized nationally on June 14.
The Northwest Colorado Fire Management Unit and the Moffat County Sheriff’s Office is reminding residents about guidelines for agriculture and debris burning.
As a candidate, I’d like to tell you why I’m interested in serving on the Yampa Valley Electric Association board and a little about the perspective I’ll bring should the membership choose to elect me as the district 5 representative.
The family of Les Hutton would like to thank everybody who sent cards, food, flowers and, most of all, prayers.
The Moffat County Board of Commissioners sent a strongly worded letter to the director of the Bureau of Land Management on May 28 deriding the proposed oil shale regulation amendments for inaccurate descriptions of oil shale development, failure to consider the economic impact of the proposed regulations and failure to abide by the 2005 Energy Policy Act.
I sighed, scowled and fidgeted as the problem I needed to solve stomped around in my head, trailing a mob of what-ifs.
Moffat County Commissioners voted Tuesday to approve a loan slated to fix water and sewer lines in the Shadow Mountain modular home development. The entire project, which includes replacing the roads and sidewalks, will cost roughly $6.3 million and will take approximately three years to complete.