Jennifer L. Grubbs

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Jennifer "Jenni" L. Grubbs has had more than a decade of experience in newspapers, first as a freelance writer for the Sterling Journal-Advocate while she was in high school. After college, Grubbs returned to Sterling and worked for the Journal-Advocate full-time in several roles, eventually becoming news editor, before accepting the editor-in-chief position with the Daily Press.
Grubbs is a fan of punk and modern rock music and will read anything she can get her hands on. She is an avid rubber-stamper, who creates homemade greeting cards and scrapbooks. You can almost always find one of her more-than-150 newsboy-style hats on her head.
She is very excited to have this opportunity to lead an excellent news-gathering team and provide Craig the best community newspaper possible.

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Rotary readies pavilion for 'adult prom'

Getting ready for a prom takes a lot of work.

Jennifer L. Grubbs: Return of awards season

It's that time of year when the airwaves are flooded with big, over-produced awards shows.

Jennifer L. Grubbs: Falling on ice

Falling on the ice sure can be a learning experience.

New Year's resolutions can be kept - with a little work and help

As we get ready to put away our 2008 calendar, it's only normal to think about what we want to do differently in 2009.

Jennifer L. Grubbs: Different type of thank-you note

One of my hobbies is making greeting cards. I love using my massive collection of rubber stamps, paper, cardstock, ribbon, buttons, beads, glitter and more to create festive, pretty, cute, quirky and elegant cards.

Jennifer L. Grubbs: Snow removal perfect for young entrepreneurs

One of the best gifts I have given myself this holiday season is setting aside money to hire a local youth to shovel my sidewalk.

Jennifer L. Grubbs: Ghosts of Christmases past

As I prepare for my first Christmas in Craig and away from family on the Front Range, I am reminded of things that once were holiday constants.

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School district nursing staff gives away its Christmas party

The employees of the Community Budget Center know a little something about paying it forward.

Jennifer L. Grubbs: Snow place like home

I need to buy a snow shovel. That realization hit me Saturday, as I watched the sky turn gray and the land turn white.

Business beat: Always something to discover at local stores

One of the things that has been so much fun for me since moving here is getting to visit the restaurants and stores in a new place.

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Decorating for Diamonds and Spurs is a family affair for Cole White, center, and his sons, Seth White, 5, left, and Cole White Jr., 9. Rotary Club members spent time at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion all this week decorating and getting ready for the club's fundraiser, which happens Saturday evening.

Markie Workman - the Moffat County High School girls basketball all-time leader in rebounds and second all-time leading scorer - has come home. Workman left Adams State College to become a force at Colorado Northwestern Community College.

Pictured is the 2008 Holiday Tour of Lights winner, Clint Gabbert's home at 11327 County Road 103. The display is electronically coordinated with music, which is broadcast on a radio station around his home. To get there, travel north on Highway 13 to mile marker 105. Shortly after is a left turn for County Road 103. The lit-up house - and 30-foot Christmas tree with a star on top - is visible from the highway.

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