Local children mingle and bowl Sunday nights at Thunder Rolls Bowling Center, which hosts leagues for three age groups every week, with certified coaches there to help bowlers improve their game.
Two boys from the bantam (ages 7-13) league at Thunder Rolls Bowling Center prepare to bowl Sunday evening, while a high-roller (ages 14-18) bowls in the background. Many of the newer participants in youth leagues bowl without an approach so they can initially focus on their arm technique
Karrie Booth, owner and manager of Holistic Health and Fitness in Craig, sits with her dog Rampage. Booth says the best advice for those trying to start their weight loss or fitness journey is to set a goal and believe.
Cole White (11) chases down a loose ball against Little Snake River School last Thursday. White the seventh grade basketball teams from Craig Middle School split their two games against Rangely Saturday morning.
From left, Blaine Kawcak, Amanda Dschaak, Jeremy Mccollom and Juan Alvarez stand in front of MJK sales and feed original feed location on Ranney Street. The Kawcak's want to make sure everyone knows both locations are open for business.
Ty Stewart sits at his desk working at the MJK Sales and Feed located on Ranney Street. Stewart is helping to convert the older location into a building and design center targeted towards contractor and commercial customers.