The annual Little Britches Rodeo is scheduled to take this place starting Friday as part of the festive spirit of the holiday weekend.
Walk-a-thon runs through July 26
You’re going to be using your feet at certain points in the day, so you might as well put them to work for a good cause. The Yampa Valley Pregnancy Center is seeking participants for its FUNdraiser Summer Walk-a-thon. A registration event Saturday to herald the kickoff of the event brought in about 30 people, a number YVPC Director Katie Grobe said is good — though she hopes local residents will step it up in the weeks to come.
TLC Carpet One Floor & Home recently featured its fourth annual customer appreciation barbecue, providing free food for all in attendance Friday afternoon.
The sparks coming off a bundle of fireworks won’t be the only heat Northwest Colorado will see this Independence Day.
The National Junior High Finals Rodeo began Sunday and runs through this Saturday.
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Craig will have a warm beginning to its week as daily highs and overnight lows start to escalate, into the mid-80s and mid-40s, respectively.
Moffat County residents need to turn in their ballots by Tuesday to vote in the primary and choose, among other candidates, their next District 3 Moffat County commissioner.
Moffat County’s Grand Futures Prevention Coalition plans to provide some outdoor summer fun in the weeks to come. The organization, dedicated to countering substance abuse among the youth of Northwest Colorado, will host a free movie night Friday on the north end of Craig City Park. As the sun begins to go down, the cinematic experience will begin as the screen lights up with “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.”
The Moffat County Cattlewomen recently provided a unique gift to local parents in honor of Father’s Day.
Craig’s Whittle the Wood Rendezvous carving event not only provided plenty of entertainment for residents and visitors, it was also a boon for those who set up items for sale during the festivities Friday and Saturday. More than 40 total vendors, many of which are based in Craig, were involved in selling food and crafts.
The cycle of hot and cold will hold steady this week for Northwest Colorado, even if the temperatures will see some noteworthy changes.
The Bear River Young Life Car and Motorcycle Show will take place this weekend as part of the Whittle the Wood festivities.
The full rundown of awards from the taxidermy competition and show, held Saturday in Craig.
Baby Bottle Fundraiser runs through Father’s Day
Yampa Valley Pregnancy Center’s Baby Bottle Fundraiser will continue through June 15. Those participating in the effort, which began Mother’s Day and runs through Father’s Day, can place donated funds within baby bottles available either through local churches or at the YVPC office at 25 W. Victory Way.
The National Weather Service forecast for Craig is trending toward several days of pure warmth this week. Following some turbulent activity Sunday, the chances for a mild climate should be solid as the days continue.
After months of seeking a CEO for the Memorial Hospital, the board of trustees announced Friday that their top candidate for the position, Jim Marshall, would be pursuing another job opportunity.
A moose walked around Shadow Mountain after making its way into Craig on Thursday.
Moffat County residents planning to participate in the competition “Colorado You Got Talent” will be unable to do so in their own area in a preliminary capacity, but the stage will still be open to them down the line.
The 15th annual Whittle the Wood Rendezvous is set to take place from June 11 to 14 at Loudy-Simpson Park.
With the onset of summer, Northwest Colorado could use some stillness while coming out of the climate of late spring, and it looks like that’s what’s happening for the region.
The Downtown Business Association has started its Locals Love You More Downtown Contest for the summer, running through Sept. 1.
The Memorial Hospital will host an event Wednesday night for the public to meet with James Marshall, a candidate for the position of TMH’s Chief Executive Officer.
A weekend block party will help Craig residents kick off the summer season.
A splash of wet weather Sunday may have set a poor tone for the remainder of the Memorial Day weekend in Craig, but the early part of this week looks to be drying up.
Brother’s Custom Processing recently achieved a special certification through United States Department of Agriculture as a wholesale retailer of locally slaughtered animals.
Moffat County High School hosted its annual awards night Tuesday to shine the spotlight on the academic and athletic accomplishments of its student body.
The graduation ceremony for Moffat County High School begins at 10 a.m. today in the MCHS gym. Shuttles for those attending will be available starting at 9 a.m., and audience members are advised to arrive 30 minutes in advance for seating.
As each group of seniors leave behind the school where they spent their last four years, picking defining details and artwork is an ongoing tradition, and Moffat County High School’s Class of 2014 is no different.
The Craig Daily Press presented its Teacher of the Year Award to Susan Nicholson on Thursday morning, highlighting the good works of a woman who dedicated 28 years of her teaching career to Sunset Elementary.
Memorial Day weekend in Northwest Colorado is traditionally a period of several days of complete uncertainty when it comes to weather, and this year won’t be much different.
MCHS Future Farmers of America team to attend national competition
The Moffat County High School agriculture program has had a great deal happening lately. The Vocational Agriculture program and the Future Farmers of America will host a project auction and plant sale at 6:30 p.m. Friday in the ag shops at MCHS.
The Memorial Hospital’s Emergency Medical Services department and other first-responder agencies will kick off Emergency Medical Services Week, which runs from May 18 to 24, by hosting its third annual free community barbecue from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at Loudy-Simpson Park.
The Zumba Dance Party Fundraiser will offer Moffat County residents a chance to provide many opportunities to area youths. The event starts at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion.
After a wet weekend and a smattering of snow on Mother’s Day, it doesn’t look like Northwest Colorado will dry out right away.
The United States Postal Service is continuing its efforts to help those in need this week. The Stamp Out Hunger event takes place Saturday, and Craig residents can assist just by walking the distance to their mailbox.
Lots of exciting stuff is coming up at the end of the month.
Recently opened YampaCare Family Medicine has allowed Yampa Valley Medical Center to increase its services in Moffat County. In a collaboration between YVMC and Steamboat Springs’ Yampa Valley Medical Associates, the business first opened in early April as part of the Yampa Valley Medical Center Specialty Clinic already operating out of 651 Yampa Ave.
It’s going to be a restless week for Northwest Colorado, but it will still be relatively tame compared to what we can expect from summer.
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Sue Sternberg, who runs the national Train to Adopt program, will be leading a free day-long dog training for shelter dogs at the Center of Craig on Saturday. About 80 people from all over Northwest Colorado signed up for the program and will bring dogs from their shelters.
Several athletes and relay teams on both the boys and girls track teams have been good enough so far to qualify for state.
The Bulldogs would need two wins and some help this weekend, but could sneak into the final playoff spot.
If the people of Northwest Colorado can weather a dreary start to the week, what follows should be much more pleasant.
Craig Walmart and Supercenter will be undergoing a remodel scheduled for May 4 to make it more shopper-friendly, said Delia Garcia, Walmart spokeswoman.
Saturday event includes low-cost blood work, health information
The Memorial Hospital will host the second annual Community Health Fair from 7:30 a.m. to noon April 26 at its facilities at 750 Hospital Loop.
Moffat County High School’s prom will take place from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion, 640 E. Victory Way.
The Memorial Hospital will host the second annual Community Health Fair from 7:30 a.m. to noon April 26 at its facilities at 750 Hospital Loop. As part of the event, which includes low-cost health screenings and presentations by physicians and health experts, seniors can participate in a blood draw ahead of time from 10 a.m. to noon Thursday at Sunset Meadows II, 595 Ledford St.
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Batten down the hatches because the atmosphere of Northwest Colorado may be hard to handle this week. After harsh winds Sunday afternoon, the pattern looks to repeat for Craig and the surrounding areas, according the National Weather Service.