Senior Alan Flores tries Tuesday to beat the defender during Moffat County High School's boys soccer game vs. Colorado Rocky Mountain High School at Loudy-Simpson Park. Flores scored two goals, but Moffat County lost, 4-3.
Moffat County High School junior Nestor Arrellano dribbles the ball Tuesday during boys soccer team's game against Colorado Rocky Mountain High School at Loudy-Simpson Park. MCHS lost the game, 4-3.
Britany Nielson, left, and Cammy Winder take a break from cleaning to show off their new paint job Thursday inside of Gymfinity Gymnastics. Gymfinity will have its grand reopening from 4-6 p.m. Saturday. Winder and Nielson hope to generate more participation in the gym with its programs for kids.
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Part of an overnight outdoor education experience, fifth grade students of East and Sunset Elementary watch a fire simulation by firefighters Hawk Fick, front, and Alex Farinetti of the Craig Bureau of Land Management. Fick and Farinetti lit matches on a board, representing trees in a forrest to demonstrate how quickly a fire can spread, considering factors such as wind and slope.
Connor Winn, of Sunset Elementary, takes his turn to spray the hose, as firefighters Hawk Fick, left, and Alex Farinetti of the Craig Bureau of Land Management look on. Fifth graders from Sunset and East Elementary schools took part in an overnight outdoor education experience Thursday and Friday at Yampa River State Park.
Moffat County High School quarterback Bubba Ivers looks to throw during the team's 45-0 loss to Rifle High School last Friday. Ivers and the Bulldogs offense will need to be better through the air and on the ground in order to get a win over Steamboat Springs High School.
Nancy Vallem, far left, listens with boyfriend Ben Hawks as Elder Smith, far right and Elder Campbell, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, talk with them about things to work on during the week. Elders Smith and Campbell, missionaries stationed in Colorado, were at an appointment Wednesday at Vallem's apartment, and discussed topics such as fasting and tithing.
Ben Hawks, left, listens to Elder Smith, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' stake in Craig, during an appointment. Elder Smith is a missionary stationed in Colorado and currently serving the stake at Craig. Young men of the faith are encouraged to go on missions, lasting two years, in service to their faith.
Randy Baumgardner, left, R-Cowdrey, and Breckenridge Democrat Emily Tracy engaged in their first public debate Saturday for the office of Colorado Senate District 8. The debate was hosted by Club 20 and held at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction.