Bubba Ivers, a Moffat County High School junior, struggled in his first game on the mound, walking seven batters in a 15-3 loss to Emery in the opening game of the Montrose Tournament on Friday. Justin Folley, the MCHS varsity baseball head coach, said with such a young team early season woes are expected, but the Bulldogs are making strides in the right direction.
Daniel Brown, of Craig, putts on the eighth-hole green Friday at Yampa Valley Golf Course. Brown, the 2011 Men’s Club champion, said with the course opening two weeks earlier than normal, he is able to keep his game in shape as he prepares to defend his club title.
Barb Simms, of Steamboat Springs, drives out of the eighth-hole tee box Friday at Yampa Valley Golf Course. Simms said Steamboat players come to Craig to play in the early season so they don’t have to travel around the state while the Steamboat courses are still closed.
Adele Bravo, right, a literacy interventionist for Boulder Valley School District, testifies Monday before the Colorado House Education Committee. She voiced concerns about the resources required by House Bill 12-1238, also known as the Colorado Early Literacy Act, which is still under deliberation in the House.
Deb Durbin, a special education/Title I paraprofessional, takes notes as Sabastian Hershiser, a Sandrock Elementary School third-grader, reads aloud during a September 2011 Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills test. A proposed bill making its way through the Colorado House of Representatives would aim to ensure all students read at grade level before they leave third grade.
Alan Webber and Byron Willems
The remnants of the synagogue at Capernaum are shown here in this photo taken by Craig pastor Len Browning.
The garden of Gethsemane, pictured here, is one of several key locations in Jesus’ ministry that Len Browning saw during his tour of Israel in early February.
En Gedi, desert oasis, is shown in this photo provided by Len Browning, lead pastor at The Journey. David is believed to have fled to this region of Israel when pursued by Saul.
Len Browning floats in the Dead Sea during his tour of Israel in early February.
Caesarea Philippi, located near Lebanon, is shown here in this photo taken by Len Browning of Craig. It’s one of several places he visited on his tour of Israel that holds New Testament significance.
The sun rises over the Sea of Galilee in this photo taken by Craig resident Len Browning. Browning, lead pastor of The Journey, said he had long wanted to visit the country.
Len Browning, right, smiles after being baptized in the Jordan River in Israel during a tour of the country early last month. “I saw it as a baptism in a commitment to what God’s asking me to do,” said Len, lead pastor at The Journey at First Baptist.
The Dome of the Rock stands against a backdrop of modern construction in this photo taken in Jerusalem by Len Browning, lead pastor at The Journey at First Baptist in Craig. He and 15 other pastors and their wives traveled through Israel during a week-long tour in early February.