Children went through an obstacle course testing their agility and taekwondo techniques at Northwest Colorado Taekwondo class Monday afternoon at 420 Breeze St. Here, a white belt works her way through the kicking station of the course.
Children in the Taekwondo class at Northwest Colorado Taekwondo practice their punches while warming up before a class Monday afternoon. Paul Cruz started the karate classes three years ago in Craig, and hosts students ages 3-54 six days a week.
Kendra Halder poses with the antlers from the bull she killed in GMU 15 during the second elk hunting season this year. Halder has been hunting for two years.
Kendra Halder, 13, of Yampa, stands over the bull she killed during the second elk season in GMU 15 this year. The 6x6 was her first bull, and bigger than anything either of her parents has ever killed.
Craig resident Charleah Firestone sits with her harps in her home. She will be giving performances at 2 p.m. December 1 and 6 p.m. December 3, at the Moffat County Public Library in Craig.
Chelsee Camblin was the recipient of the Moffat County Cattlewomens $250.00 scholarship. Chelsee is currently attending college in Casper, Wyo.
Emily Wellman was the recipient of the $500.00 scholarship sponsored by the Moffat County Cattlewomen and Moffat County Cattlemen organizations. Emily is currently attending college in Glenwood Springs.
Debra Ann Harris