Casey Kilpatrick, Moffat County High School boys golf coach, demonstrates swing technique during the first week of practice. Kilpatrick, in his first year as head coach of the team, said he has big plans for his time as coach.
Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed Brett Barkey as the new district attorney in the 14th Judicial District on Monday, replacing Elizabeth Oldham, who resigned the office for a position in Arapahoe County. Barkey, a Hayden resident, is also running for the office as a Republican in November's election.
Antique tractors line the track at the Moffat County Fairgrounds for Saturday’s antique tractor pull event.
Cages of chickens line the rabbit and poultry barn Saturday at the Moffat County Fairgrounds.
Moffat County Commission candidate Chuck Grobe races in a kayak against other local candidates Saturday at the Moffat County Fair.
Rick Barnes, a Moffat County Commission candidate, paddles in a kayak race between local candidates Saturday at the Moffat County Fair.
Ashlie Hadley, 6, tries to pet Oreo, a myotonic goat, Saturday at the Moffat County Fair.
Lorraine Counts, left, talks to Moffat County Commission candidate John Kinkaid about her myotonic goats.
John Kinkaid, left, and Rick Barnes, right, collide in a kayak race between local Moffat County Commission candidates Saturday at the Moffat County Fair.
Ventriloquist Mark Hellerstein banters with his puppet during a Puppets and Things on Strings performance Saturday at the Moffat County Fair.
Delaney Baker bounces in a plastic bubble Friday at the Moffat County Fair in the WOWBubbles attraction. Fair coordinator Carol Haskins said the water attractions were “big hits" this year.
Homer F. Wilson
Football players run drills at team camp earlier this summer. Players will be able to put helmets and pads back on this week for the first time since June, as practices for fall season sports at MCHS got under way today.
Bulldog sports for August 13, 2012.
Alison Douglas, 18, of Craig, an employee at WOWBubbles at the Moffat County Fair, poses in front of the pool where she worked. Alison was responsible for moving the large plastic balls so participants could safely get in and out without falling in the water.
Tristen Counts, a participant in Saturday’s cowboy baby contest, stands with his myotonic, or fainting, goat Coco at the Moffat County Fairgrounds. The cowboy baby contest was part of a full Saturday slate of activities during the final weekend of the 2012 Moffat County Fair.