The building the HiWay Bar now resides in hosted the J.L. Norvell Mercantile Company, pictured above in this undated photograph, until 1915.
Casey Kilpatrick, a Moffat County High School teacher, was named the new MCHS boys varsity golf head coach last week. Kilpatrick served under former head coach, Ken Harjes, for two years as an assistant coach.
Sandy Sorensen, Craig Middle School seventh- and eighth-grade science teacher, examines eighth-grader Ian Day’s mousetrap car Tuesday morning during the school’s annual mousetrap car rally in the CMS gym. The event was part of a physics unit that included lessons about simple machines, like levers, wheels and axles.
Tanner Hampton, 14, a Craig Middle School eighth-grader, tweaks his mousetrap car Tuesday during the school’s 15th annual mousetrap car rally in the CMS gym. Students used a variety of materials, including CDs and vinyl records, to construct their cars.
The Craig Veterans TeleHealth Clinic, 785 Russell Street, will be hosting an open house from 2 – 4 p.m. Thursday. The event will provide an opportunity for local veterans and their families to learn about VA health care programs and the services provided by the TeleHealth Clinic.
Brenden Spencer digs for the puck in a face-off against Crested Butte on Saturday at the Moffat County Ice Arena. The Moffat County Bulldogs club hockey team lost 7-1 on Saturday and 6-1 on Sunday to Crested Butte.
Moffat County Bulldogs goalie Trent Parrott dives on a puck during the Moffat County Bulldogs club hockey team’s Saturday game against the Crested Butte Wolf Pack. Parrott had 115 saves in the club hockey team’s three losses over the weekend.
The Moffat County High School varsity wrestling team took five wrestlers to the Warrior Classic on Friday and Saturday at Colorado Mesa University. Senior Jake Blevins was the lone Bulldog grappler to place, finishing sixth in the 160-pound weight class. Freshman Ashlee Griffiths, sophomores Jesse Demoor and Brayden Peterson and junior Garrett Stewart, pictured above, also competed, but did not place.
Ivan F. Wymore
Judy Anne Eaton Gerini
Craig resident Amanda Reed, center, helps Jadence Vasquez, 7, a Ridgeview Elementary School first-grader, pick out a gift for a family member Tuesday in the school library. Reed was among several volunteers who manned a temporary store for students, which also was offered at Sunset Elementary School this year. Reed helped form the event, which is in its third year and allows students to purchase affordable gifts for their family members.