Master of Ceremonies Todd Hagenbuch gives the background of student members of the Equestrian club from Colorado Northwestern Community College's Rangeley campus. The students were auctioned off Saturday evening, during the live auction portion of the CNCC Craig campus fundraiser dinner. Students were bid on for three hours of work.
Members of the girls cross country team warm up on the track Monday afternoon at Moffat County High School. The team took sixth place at the Liberty Bell Cross Country Invitational Friday, racing against all Class-4A schools.
Tricia Vaughn, a second year student at Colorado Northwestern Community College's Craig campus, places her bid for an item during the silent auction portion of the CNCC Foundation Fundraiser dinner. Almost $4,000 was raised between the silent and live auction items, which will go to help build residential facilities at the Craig campus.
Moffat County resident Josh Dalton is shown here with two Pike he caught. Submit your favorite photos — of any subject matter —by bringing your submission to the newspaper office at 466 Yampa Ave., or submitting online at www.craigdailypress.com/submit/photo. Be sure to include caption information.
Daughters of the American Revolution members from left to right, LuAnn Kline, Arloa Gerber and Peggy Cisar ring bells at noon Monday on the corner of Yampa and Victory Way to celebrate Constitution Day. A part of Constitution Week, the ladies rang bells for 15 minutes, along with participating churches in town. A nationally recognized holiday, schools receiving federal funding are mandated to teach about the constitution on Sept. 17.
Amelia Seim (middle-left, wearing and holding MCHS gear), a third-grader at Sunset Elementary, poses with her classmates and her contest-winning drawing. Johnson's design for the Moffat County High School fall sports programs won an annual contest held among the third grades at elementary schools in Craig.
Filipe Leite, who is filming his own documentary on a two year horseback trip from Canada to Brazil, is stopped in Craig for about a week while his horses rest. Riding through 12 countries, Leite is sharing his story through modern mediums such as Twitter, Instagram and an online web series.
Jason Kawcak stands at the top of a mountain after completing a backpacking trip with the Bear River Young Life Group his senior year of high school. A new mural on the Young Life building is based on the photo, a tribute to Kawcak who died in an accident at work last July. David Pressgrove, area leader for Young Life said the photo represents Kawcak embracing life.