As part of their new strategic plan, the various entities under the control of The Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees will, in 2017, come under a new brand, Memorial Regional Health.
2017 enrollment is open now until Feb. 28
Roughly 200 volunteers help Moffat County youth to develop leadership and life skills through 4-H.
Two large conferences will be held in Craig this year but questions are being asked if the city needs more space to further develop the market for conferences and events.
Craig middle school students learned what it takes to make it to Harvard University and were inspired to think big after a talk from class of 2016 Moffat County High School graduate Morgan Lawton.
Children with developmental disabilities and their families are supported by the generosity of Moffat County residents who have donated $17,000 to Horizons Specialized Services Little Points of Light direct mail fundraising campaign.
Year long program focuses on preventing and managing type 2 diabetes
Community health educators at Northwest Colorado Health in Craig are helping individuals wanting to prevent or manage type 2 diabetes create lasting lifestyle changes. “It’s a program to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes, but really anyone wanting to make lifestyle changes can come,” said Northwest Colorado Health Aging Well Coordinator and Community Health Educator Krystal Baker.
The Memorial Hospital Suboxone Clinic has temporarily suspended new patient intake to allow the hospital to review processes and documentation to ensure they are paid for services.
Learning how to make every dollar count and how to cook meals on a tight budget are critical skills taught during Love in the name of Christ’s of the Yampa Valley cooking on a budget class starting Jan. 25 in Craig.
Warmer weather is expected this week, which is sure to thaw Northwest Colorado after back to back days of subzero temperatures.
Four exchange students from Europe are spending the school year at Moffat County High School where they are shattering stereotypes held by others and some of their own, as they adapt to life in rural America.