Jacob Baron, retail services specialist at O'Reilly Auto Parts, stands in an aisle of hoses and belts in the back of the store. Baron enjoys reading philosophy books, contrary to his lifestyle as a mechanic and automotive student at Colorado Northwestern Community College.
Physicians, employees and administrators at The Memorial Hospital took part in the Pink Glove Dance Competition by participating in a choreographed video. To watch the video and support the hospitals efforts, visit www.pinkglovedance.com/competition.
From left, Barbara Larson, Donna Griffiths, Carol Camilletti and Loretta Earle stand courtside before the Moffat County varsity volleyball game last Thursday. All four were honored for surviving breast cancer, and all four are relatives of MCHS volleyball players (Lauren and Alex Samuelson, Ashlee Griffiths, Lisa Camilletti and Charlie Earle, respectively).
Judi Whilden is the new early childhood education program director at the Colorado Northwestern Community College.
A sign for Pankey's Smoked BBQ now features a closed sign posted on it. Pankey's closed after a little over a year in business.
Ashlee Griffiths, a sophomore on the Moffat County High School volleyball team, presents her mother, Donna, with a pink flower before Thursday night's varsity match. Griffiths was one of four cancer survivors honored by the volleyball team.
Lauren Samuelson (front) and Kelsie Pomeroy (behind), go up for a block Thursday during the Moffat County volleyball team's game against Aspen High School. The Bulldogs, wearing pink for breast cancer awareness, won in five sets, 22-25, 25-22, 25-19, 21-25, 15-9.