Ricardo Malta of Grand Valley pins Shandon Hadley during their match Thursday night at Moffat County High School. The Cardinals beat the Bulldogs, 39-30.
Shandon Hadley wrestles Grand Valley's Ricardo Malta Thursday at Moffat County High School. Hadley lost to Malta in the 132-lb. match.
Ashlee Griffiths tries to work her opponent into a pin during the 113-lb. match between Moffat County and Grand Valley Thursday night at MCHS. Griffiths did get the pin, but Moffat County fell to Grand Valley, 39-30.
Amber Dodd and Kevin Stewart
Zach Beauchamp, a senior lineman on the Moffat County High School football team, earned a 3A All-State Honorable Mention selection from the Denver Post. He was a team captain and led the Bulldogs in sacks on the season.
Fire investigators think a heating element on this heater-treater failed Thursday igniting a fire near a pump jack on Colorado Highway 394 and Moffat County Road 33. Craig Fire Rescue firefighters contained the fire at about 2:15 p.m. No injuries were reported.
Layle Dees, The Memorial Hospital in Craig's new executive chef, cuts Rice Krispie treats, a staff favorite, Thursday in the kitchen.
A fire near a pump jack location on Colorado Highway 394 and Moffat County Road 33 is contained. No injuries have been reported and investigators believe the heating element on a heater-treater failed, igniting the fire.
Hayden Valley Elementary School kindergarten teacher Laura Voorhees and her class pose with a check from the Peabody Energy Leaders in Education program. Peabody Energy Colorado Director of Human Resources Scott Harrell and Peabody Energy Leaders in Education Program Manager Maureen Moore, both in the back row, joined the class for the photograph.
Hayden Valley Elementary School kindergarten teacher Laura Voorhees reacts Thursday morning after learning she won the Peabody Energy Leaders in Education Award. Peabody Energy Colorado Director of Human Resources Scott Harrell and Peabody Energy Leaders in Education Program Manager Maureen Moore visited the school and presented a gift basket and a check for $1,000 to Voorhees during a school assembly.