Taking the stage, Alayna Behrman’s gold and white dress glimmered under the bright spotlight in the Moffat County High School auditorium Saturday evening. Only 10-years-old, Behrman competed in the Colorado Northwestern Community College Talent Show showcasing her singing abilities and won first place.
Casandra Cruz and nine other Craig Middle School eighth-graders read poems in front of their families and friends Thursday at Downtown Books as part of the Carol Jacobson Memorial Poetry Contest.
Horizons Specialized Services client Melinda Orr teamed up with Layle Dees, of The Memorial Hospital’s Mountain Cafe, to create a winning dish, taking first place in the judge’s choice category during Horizons' inaugural Pick-a-dish Fundraiser on Thursday night.
For those Moffat County residents concerned because the 9News Health Fair won’t make its usual stop in Craig this year, local health care officials have one message: have no fear.
Local restaurants are pairing up with Horizons Specialized Services clients to cook specialty dishes for the community to sample and vote on Thursday evening during the Pick-A-Dish fundraiser.
The group has received 3,000 books so far, leaving them 10,000 books short of the 13,000-book goal. The deadline is Saturday.
The Food Bank of the Rockies mobile pantry unit will roll into Craig next Tuesday as one of its monthly stops on the Western Slope. As usual, there most likely will be a long line of people waiting for food at the Craig Boys & Girls Club. Although not having enough to eat usually isn’t associated with the American culture of super-sized fast food, the Food Bank of the Rockies reports one in seven Coloradans go hungry.
The Craig Boys & Girls Club took a trip around the world during spring break, visiting places such as Mexico, Japan, Antarctica and Africa.
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As a registered nurse and certified diabetes educator who has been living with Type 1 diabetes since 1975, Jane K. Dickinson has heard the question often over the years. “What can I eat?” people ask upon their diagnosis.