Beginning in June, coaches are coordinating efforts to make sure student-athletes can increase their performance potential.
During the month of May, to a quarter of our school population, their entire focus is Graduation on Memorial Day weekend in our high school gym. Without a doubt, the students have worked very hard and their accomplishments are varied and significant.
This upcoming weekend, Grand Olde West Days and Wild West Weekend will be in full swing. Everyone should get out and take advantage of all the community has to offer this weekend.
May now is going over the hump, and we are past the middle of the month. We’re entering into the phase of school terms ending, vacations being planned, carnivals to attend and all sorts of other neat stuff.
Back in the days before satellite TV, cellphones, video players, Netflix and laptops, many ranchers in the West were isolated from civilization.
When my sisters and I were kids, Dad and Mom sometimes planned a full day of shopping in Craig.
We’ll be branding calves at our place this weekend.
A pervasive joke about the shopping tendencies of men and women alleges that a man will pay $2 for a $1 item he wants, while a woman will pay $1 for a $2 item she doesn’t want.
I still have fond memories of my high school baccalaureate.
The Moffat County High School girls soccer coaches would like to thank the families, friends and countless fans who came to support the girls throughout their season.
Although we have only three months of sales tax data for 2013, the data for the first quarter actually give us a pretty good idea of how collections are likely to shape up for the rest of the year because of the predictable monthly pattern in sales tax collections.
When seniors graduate and are “out on their own,” they discover that many of these idealized quotes no longer make practical sense. Paths after high school can present some very challenging hazards, a few roadblocks and even the realization that the path isn’t leading to the place they thought it would.
Thank you, generous community. The board of directors and staff of the Interfaith Food Bank would like to thank the community for its donations of food and money to our local food bank.
A large hill of rocks sits behind our house.
I’ve been pondering the state of veterinary medicine in the new millennium.