The Big Blue Football Camp, which teaches basics of the sport to young players from kindergarten through fifth-grade, is set for sessions May 8 and 9 at the Moffat County High School practice field.
Colorado State Patrol trooper Matt Normandin, left, and Craig Police Department Sgt. John Forgay stand next to a deposit box during last year’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. This year’s drug take back event is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in the Centennial Mall parking lot, 1111 W. Victory Way, between Village Inn and O’Reilly Auto Parts. Police encourage residents to bring unused or expired prescription and over-the-counter medications for disposal.
Curly (Will Sasso) finds himself on the wrong end of a seafood dinner at a high society function, much to the amusement of pals Moe (Chris Diamantopoulos) and Larry (Sean Hayes) in “The Three Stooges.” The movie is a recreation of the classic comedy team, focusing on the Stooges as they set out to save their childhood orphanage.
Caitlin Harjes, an Moffat County High School sophomore, performs a solo rendition of “These Boots are Made for Walking” by Hazelwood during Saturday’s annual Craig Concert Association talent show. Harjes performed twice during the event, she also performed “Wide Open Spaces” by Susan Gibson with Denim Girls band mate Nicole Ferree.
Silas Canto, 13, performs a solo version of “Sultans of Swing” by Dire Straits Saturday during the Craig Concert Association’s annual talent show. Canto has been playing the guitar since he was three years old.
Travis Walsh sings “Unanswered Prayers” by Garth Brooks during Saturday’s Craig Concert Association talent show.
Emily Counts waits for her cue before beginning her vocal solo of “People Help The People” by Birdy during Saturday’s Craig Concert Association talent show.
Denise Hainault performs “Deep Purple” by De Rose during Saturday’s Craig Concert Association talent show.
Nicole Ferree, left, and Caitlin Harjes, also know as the Denim Girls, perform “Wide Open Spaces” by Susan Gibson during Saturday’s Craig Concert Association talent show.
Dallen Gillett, of Boom Sonic, waits for his band mates to get ready before performing “Sonic Boom,” an original arrangement by Trey Choice, during the annual Craig Concert Association talent show.
Scott Stanford, general manager of the Steamboat Pilot & Today, leads a field trip with about 90 Moffat County School District students in first through fifth grades Friday morning in the printing press room at the newspaper’s office in Steamboat Springs. The students are part of the Craig Daily Press’ annual Newspapers in Education program, which teaches young writers about being reporters. The trip to Steamboat Springs marks the final field trip of the year for students. They watched the press run and saw their stories and photos in print.
Moffat County High School junior Bubba Ivers unfurls a fastball during the second half of an MCHS varsity baseball game against Palisade. The Bulldogs went 0-2 on Saturday, losing 12-2 and 6-2.
Moffat County High School senior Carlos Maldonado takes a cut at a pitch during the MCHS varsity baseball team’s Saturday home game against Palisade. With a pair of losses to the league leaders, MCHS has a season record of 3-11 overall and 1-7 in the Western Slope League.
Coach Justin Folley and his Moffat County High School varsity baseball team confer on the pitcher’s mound Saturday afternoon during a doubleheader with Palisade. The team fell, 12-2 and 6-2, over the weekend.
The evil queen (Julia Roberts), left, stares down her kind and beautiful stepdaughter, Snow White (Lily Collins), in “Mirror Mirror.” The movie is a twist on the fairy tale favorite about the princess who meets seven dwarves while in exile from her kingdom.
Dave and Denise Hainault share a quick kiss Saturday night after performing in the annual Craig Concert Association talent show. The couple performed “You’re There” by an unknown artist. The song is a satirical look at the evolution of marriage from newlywed bliss to the competition for bathroom privacy.
U.S. Marine Corp Lance Cpl. Kaleb McCarthy cuts the cake during his welcome home party Sunday at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4265. McCarthy invited the oldest Marine veteran in attendance, Jim Meineke, to be served the first piece. The ceremony symbolizes the passing of the Marine Corps. tradition from the youngest Marine back to the oldest.
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Kaleb McCarthy poses with his wife of almost two years, Alexis, during a welcome home party Sunday at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4265. The couple currently resides in Oceanside, Calif., where McCarthy is stationed for mandatory readjustment classes. They plan to move to Colorado Springs sometime after McCarthy is discharged in early August.
Amanda Boyd, a secretary at AccuComp Accounting, shuffles through paperwork the day before the April 17 income tax deadline. Boyd, 25, was born and raised in Craig and has also worked with her family in the long-standing local business, Ike & Son Transmission & Auto.