Colorado House District 57 candidates Democrat Jo Ann Baxter, left, and Republican Bob Rankin, right, debated in a candidate forum hosted by the Craig Daily Press on Thursday.
Candidates for Moffat County Commission District One John Kinkaid, left, and Dave DeRose, right, debate during Thursday’s candidate debate hosted by the Craig Daily Press at J.W. Snack’s.
Moffat County Commision District Two candidates Chuck Grobe, left, and Rick Barnes, right, smile before their debate Thursday at J.W. Snack’s.
Senior Jacob Teeter cuts up field on a kick return in the first half of Thursday's game. Moffat County lost to Glenwood Springs, 35-18. The Bulldogs are now 1-4 in the Western Slope League.
Bubba Ivers escapes pressure from the Glenwood Springs defense Thursday night at the Bulldog Proving Grounds. Moffat County lost, 35-18, and is now 3-4 on the season.
Steamboat's Hanson Buchner and Moffat County's Alex Perez battle for a ball Thursday. Steamboat won the game, 4-1.
Sunset Elementary School, the only school in the Moffat County School District with a priority improvement rating from the state, hosted a School Accountability Committee meeting Tuesday night. Principal Zack Allen explaind to a group of concerned parents how the ratings are assigned and what the numbers behind Sunset's rating mean.
Chargers ball carrier breaks free Tuesday night at the Bulldog Proving Grounds. The Cook Chevrolet-sponsored team was taking on Anson Excavating's Broncos in the Craig Parks and Recreation Doak Walker Super Bowl. The Broncos prevailed, 32-28.
A runner from the Broncos, sponsored by Anson Excavating, tries to get around the corner Tuesday during the team's Doak Walker fifth and sixth grade league Super Bowl vs. the Chargers from Cook Chevrolet. The Broncos would win in a thriller, 32-28.
Craigdailypress.com tonight offers a twin bill of live streaming events: a candidate forum slated for 5:30 p.m. at JW Snacks, and the MCHS football game against Glenwood Springs slated for 7 p.m. at the Bulldog Proving Grounds.