Downtown Craig was quiet Friday afternoon, but business owners were optimistic about what an Indian casino in nearby Hayden could do for tourism and economic development in Moffat County.
Bubba Ivers, the Moffat County High School quarterback, attempts to juke a Rifle High School defender. The Bulldogs lost 45-0 to Rifle at the Bulldog Proving Grounds Friday night.
Michael Samuelson (middle), a Moffat County High School senior running back, tries to hit the hole on a run during the first quarter of the MCHS football game against Rifle High School at the Bulldog Proving Grounds. After rushing for over 100 yards last week, Samuelson was mostly held in check by the Rifle defense.
Moffat County High School quarterback Bubba Ivers is stuffed by a Rifle High School defender during the Bulldog's 45-0 loss to Rifle Friday night. Ivers and the MCHS offense moved the ball several times, but were set back by penalties in almost every drive.
Sandrock Elementary second grader, Robert Schmidt, reaches down to pet Jerry, a golden doodle certified therapy dog as classmate Avery Chadd looks on. The students sat during a presentation on service and therapy dogs by Shannan Koucherik. Koucherik joked about Jerry's tough job as a therapy dog having to be pet all day.
Second graders from Sandrock Elementary watch an agility demonstration during their field trip to the Meeker Classic Sheep Dog Trials. Students had the opportunity to see many different interactions between humans and dogs at the event.
Shannan Koucherik holds Mik, the border collie, as Sandrock Elementary second grader as Marcus Pech pets him. Koucherik gave a presentation to students on service and therapy dogs during their field trip to the Meeker Classic Sheep Dog Trials. Students had to ask permission before they could pet the dogs.
Members of the Colorado Northwestern Community College softball team pose for a picture with the Craig Blue Fusion youth softball team at Woodbury Sports Complex Sept. 1. The CNCC players came to host a fast-pitch softball clinic for girls ages 8-18, and taught them basic softball skills. For more information about Blue Fusion, contact Jason Marshall at 824-2594.