At its monthly work session and meeting Thursday, the Moffat County School District Board of Education discussed the future of Maybell School, ideas for increased cooperation between MCSD and other educational organizations in Craig, and heard updates on statewide assessments.
Moffat County is one of seven counties in the United States that was chosen to participate in an Innovation Challenge Workshop to help diversify coal-reliant counties.
Craig Sports Briefs for March 27, 2015: Hunting application deadline approaching, class offered to assist in process
The deadline to apply for limited licenses from Colorado Parks & Wildlife for this year’s hunting seasons is April 7, and CPW will host “License Application 101” for those who need assistance with the endeavor. The class will take place at 6 p.m. April 1 at the Steamboat Springs CPW and Forest Service office, 925 Weiss Dr., in Steamboat.
Jaguar Terrill recently snagged something big. The Craig native and Moffat County High School graduate won more than $15,000 at the Mike Cervi Jr. Memorial Pro Classic in February in Casa Grande, Arizona.
The Preserving The Last Frontier will meet at 1:30 p.m. Saturday on the second floor of Sunset Meadows I, 633 Ledford St. The program will be given by Paul Bonnefield on the history of the Sand Wash wild horses. Open to the public. For more information call 970-824-6761.
The Moffat County Commissioners convened for their regular Tuesday morning meeting, but it was no ordinary gathering — they had a scheme up their sleeves.
Their faces may have been close to the blue and purple on their uniforms and those of their latest opponents, but the Moffat County High School girls varsity soccer team wouldn’t let a little breeze keep them down. It was a hard-fought loss for MCHS, as they fell in overtime, 5-4, against Middle Park, during a windswept Tuesday afternoon game.
The Moffat County High School varsity baseball team lost both games of a Saturday doubleheader against Gunnison in Montrose.
In conjunction with a few prominent community partners, the Yampa Valley Electric Association is set to launch a new program designed to save members and customers money.
Agenda for Moffat County Commissioners' Tuesday meeting.
One Craig business is slicing with the best of them. Brother’s Custom Processing took home seven awards at Hands Across the Rockies, the Wyoming-Colorado Meat Processors Associations’ annual convention recently at Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
The Moffat County High School girls and boys varsity track teams placed seventh and 12, respectively, Saturday at the Mickey Dunn Invitational in Grand Junction, with the Bulldogs among the top finishers in many events. In her first meet of the season, Kayla Pinnt won the 100-meter dash at a time of 12.27 seconds. She also joined Emma Samuelson, Lauren Samuelson and Ary Shaffer to take the win in the 4x200 relay at one minute, 47.49 seconds.
For the Wagner family, the beginning of spring means less and less and eventually none of their favorite activity until the next winter, but they’ll have some vivid memories. The Wagners recently completed a season of snowmobile racing, with youngest member Tallyn doing especially well. The kid who just turned 10 revved his engine with some of the best young talent around, most of them much older than he is.
The Safari Club International Yampa Valley Chapter aimed for a big turnout this year at its seventh annual fundraiser, and it hit its target and then some. It was a considerable crowd Saturday evening for the SCI banquet at the Clarion Inn & Suites, as residents dove in to dinner and more provided by the group, which focuses on promoting hunting and wildlife conservation.