School district budget process started, board to consider cost saving measures such as a four-day week
The Moffat County School Board of Education budget process for school year 2017-18 started with a special board workshop held Thursday morning. Over the next four years the district needs an estimated $17 million to fund capitol projects. “We have long-term facility maintenance issues that must be addressed. I’ve not had one person come to me and say we are good. We have to start talking about the action to start addressing those things,” Ulrich said.
Student housing in Craig might become a reality if funding can be found.
The top vote getter of Connections4Kids Cherish the Little Things Children’s Art Show attends the third grade at Calvary Baptist School in Craig and will have her art on the cover of Connections4Kids 2017-18 Calendar.
Phi Theta Kappa is one of the largest honor societies at two-year colleges. It was started in 1918 and was led by a woman for 50 years.
Travelers preparing for a trip to warmer climates should add a visit to a physician as part of their departure check list.
Two new board members and one returning board member were welcomed to The Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees on Thursday night during the February monthly meeting.
Access to health care is set to become more convenient for mothers, babies and their doctors when remodeling at The Memorial Hospital at Craig is completed.
The effectiveness of teachers and principals is the focus of a report released earlier this year from Colorado Department of Education that shows a regional rate above the state average.
Imagine finding the woman you want to marry only to lose her. That was the case for one Craig man and his grandfather — both had to wait for luck to bring them love.
Love shouldn’t hurt and this month the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are offering tools to prevent teen dating violence.