Lisa Camilletti (14) wheels between defenders to put up a shot during the girls basketball team's game against Grand Valley Thursday at Moffat County High School. Camilletti had 10 points and the Bulldogs won, 52-31
Moffat County sophomore Joe Camilletti dribbles between Grand Valley defenders during the third quarter of their game Thursday night at MCHS. The Bulldogs won, 84-43
Moffat County High School junior Taft Cleverly goes up for a layup at the tail end of a fast break. Cleverly scored 14 for the Bulldogs, who beat Grand Valley, 84-43, Thursday night in the MCHS gym.
Kori Finneman looks forward with a pass Thursday at Moffat County High School. Finneman led the MCHS girls basketball team with 11 points as they beat Grand Valley, 52-31.
Moffat County School District superintendent Joe Petrone, left, talks with Sandrock Elementary School principal Kamisha Siminoe, center, and Craig Middle School principal Julie Baker, right, Thursday evening while helping serve dinner at St. Michaels Catholic Church in Craig. MCSD administration helped serve and clean up dinner Thursday evening.
Part three of a three-part series exploring physician turnover at The Memorial Hospital in Craig focuses on the administration's procedure for looking into quality of care issues, the board's role when it comes to physician retention and community communication. From top right corner, Dr. Kristie Yarmer; below, TMH CEO George Rohrich; below, CMO Dr. Scott Ellis; below, TMH chief of organizational excellence Jennifer Riley; below, Dr. Jeffrey Womble; far left, Dr. Stan Pense; center Dr. Troy Phillips and right, Dr. Pamela Kinder.
Oak Creek Fire Protection District Chief Chuck Wisecup said in November that the devices found were plastic bottles filled with aluminum foil and a cleaning agent suspected to be toilet bowl cleaner.