Young visitors who peer through what looks like a squirrel’s hideaway on the other side of this display will find themselves “wanted” inside the Moffat County Tourism Association’s new office. The office also will offer activity packets for children and their families touring the county.
The Moffat County Tourism Association’s new office in Centennial Mall contains several display cases, including this one, exhibiting arrowheads, antlers and other natural finds. MCTA Director Melody Villard plans to put the finishing touches on the new office before it hosts an open house from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
A photo inside the Moffat County Tourism Association’s new office shows a panoramic view from Harper’s Corner Road near Dinosaur National Monument in western Moffat County. A box on the left is filled with bones, arrowheads and other items for young archeologists to excavate.
A mountain lion, provided by the Museum of Northwest Colorado, peers down at visitors browsing through the Moffat County Tourism Association’s office. The agency’s new location in Centennial Mall also includes informational displays about Moffat County’s geologic attractions and activities for children.
An assortment of animal mounts are displayed inside the Moffat County Tourism Association’s office designed to showcase attractions in the county. The office, located in suite 117 inside Centennial Mall, 1111 W. Victory Way, will host an open house from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The event is free and open to the public.
A photograph of wild horses at Sandwash Basin dominates a wall inside the Moffat County Tourism Association’s new office in Centennial Mall. The office encompasses about 2,500 square feet, including storage space, and is laid out in the shape of Moffat County, MCTA Director Melody Villard said.
Clarene Ione Yonkers
Jasmine Alberni submitted this photo captioned “lavender flower” to the Craig Daily Press as part of its Your Community Snapshots photo series. To submit photos, bring your submission to the newspaper at 466 Yampa Ave., or submit online at www.craigdailypress.com/submit/photo. Be sure to include caption information.
The regal Chamberlain Hotel at Fort Monroe just before
Well flames north of town.
A view from the family homesteaded ranch.
Miles Englehart, a Little Snake River Valley School (Wyo.) senior shown above in a game earlier this season, scored 17 points Saturday against Burlington to help lead the LSRV boys varsity basketball team to a second consecutive state title. Head coach Paul Prestrud said the Rattlers’ 28-0 record and state title was in large part due to the play of Englehart and fellow seniors Rex Stanley and Daniel Wille.
Caelee Criswell, a Little Snake River Valley School (Wyo.) senior shown above in a game earlier this season, and the four other LSRV girls varsity basketball starters each scored in the first quarter to give the Rattlers an early 22-10 lead en route to a 53-38 victory over Cokeville in the 1A state championship game. The state title is the first for the Rattler girls since 2002.
Haley Brumback fields a call at the front desk of Bob Johnson Insurance Agency, 690 W. Victory Way. Brumback, 33, a Craig native, recently began working at the State Farm affiliate after moving back to town with her teenage son.
Joe Tonso, wearing orange, and Bill Spicer, yellow, pause for a photo while enjoying one of the many open parks maintained by the Northwest Colorado Snowmobile Club. Despite a late start to the season, Tonso said conditions are now prime for riding.