Kaitalyn Reed, a freshman at Moffat County High School, drives to the basket Tuesday afternoon at MCHS. Reed finished the game with six points and the Bulldogs rolled to a 69-8 victory.
Brayden Peterson of Moffat County High School tries to pin an opponent last weekend in Las Vegas. Peterson and the Bulldogs wrestled at the Centennial Bulldog Grappler tournament.
Shadow Mountain, pictured here from the east, is long overdue for road and service line improvements. Several citizens said the sidewalks also are in need of work. Craig City Council on Tuesday the invited the Moffat County Commission for a workshop to discuss the latest developments about the joint $4.5 million project.
Moffat County Commissioner Tom Mathers joins his new colleagues, commissioners Chuck Grobe and John Kinkaid, Tuesday in commission chambers for the first meeting of 2013. Mathers welcomed dozens of residents to the swearing in ceremony of Grobe and Kinkaid in the upstairs conference room of the Moffat County Courthouse.
“I like to call this "change day," Mathers said. "We’re going to welcome in two new commissioners. I told them they’re going to get sworn in today, and sworn at for the next four years.”
Moffat County Commissioner John Kinkaid, left, signs his official documents Tuesday after being sworn in by Moffat County Court Judge Sandra Gardner.
“William Henry Harrison served office for 30 days," Kinkaid told dozens of spectators who attended the ceremony in the upstairs conference room of the Moffat County Courthouse. "He insisted on riding a horse to his inauguration against the advice of his friends on a very cold day.
"William Henry Harrison served 30 days as President of the United States and it is my intent to beat him as your Moffat County Commissioner by three years and 11 months.”
Moffat County Commissioner Chuck Grobe, left, is sworn into office Tuesday by Moffat County Court Judge Sandra Gardner.
“I’m really excited about the possibilities," Grobe told a packed crowd in the upstairs conference room at the Moffat County Courthouse. "I’m really excited about becoming a commissioner, so I just hope I represent everybody the best that I can, and study and learn from all of you."
14th Judicial District Attorney Brett Barkey, center, with his Moffat County team. From left, Kathryn Brown, Moffat County deputy district attorney; Donna Zulian, district administrator; Conor Hagerty, Moffat County deputy district attorney; Denetta Dunlap, Moffat County office manager; Doug Winters, Moffat County chief investigator; and Erin Larson, Moffat County legal assistant. Not pictured, Matt Tjosvold, Moffat County chief deputy district attorney.
14th Judicial District Attorney Brett Barkey, center, with part of his Moffat County team. From left, Kathryn Brown, Moffat County deputy district attorney; Conor Hagerty, Moffat County deputy district attorney; and Doug Winters, Moffat County chief investigator. Not pictured, Matt Tjosvold, Moffat County chief deputy district attorney.
14th Judicial District Attorney Brett Barkey, center, with his family Tuesday after being sworn into office by Chief Judge Michael O'Hara. Also pictured, from left to right, are Brad Barkey, Jennifer Middleton, Margaret Barkey, and Richard Barkey.
After the ceremony Barkey said he was excited to get to work after spending the last several months since the election putting his team in place.
"I’m really excited about what we can accomplish," Barkey said. "Service and excellence in what we do are two of our core values, and we’re going to work on the very best courtroom presentations because that’s where we are most visible to the public.”