Briefs for June 16: MCHS Class of 1992 reunion |

Briefs for June 16: MCHS Class of 1992 reunion

A reunion for the Moffat County High School Class of 1992 continues today in Craig.

A reunion dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. at OP Bar & Grill, 534 E. Victory Way.

For more information, call Chris Jones at 620-4155 or email

Jarvie Fest today in Browns Park

The 14th annual Jarvie Fest will take place from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. today at John Jarvie Historic Ranch in Browns Park.

Follow Colorado Highway 318 from Maybell to the Utah border.

The Jarvie Ranch is eight miles beyond the state line on a maintained gravel road.

The event includes leather crafts, wagon rides, candle dipping, rope making, cowboy poetry, live entertainment and a Browns Park Homemaker bake sale.

Lunch will be available for $5 per person.

For more information, call (435) 781-4400 or (435) 885-3307.

First Street road closure

A temporary closure is scheduled for First Street between Stock Drive and Preece Avenue beginning Monday and continuing through June 29.

Traffic will be detoured around the closure.

For more information, call the Moffat County Road and Bridge Department at 824-3211.

Sand Wash Basin cleanup

The Sand Wash Basin Wild Horse Club will host its first cleanup day at noon today at Sand Wash Basin’s main entrance at the intersection of Colorado Highway 318 and Moffat County Road 67.

For more information, call Nancy Roberts at 756-1978.

Reading activity set for Tuesday

“Light Your Fire for Reading,” a children’s story time with local firefighters, takes place at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the north end of Veterans Memorial Park.

The event is open to elementary school students, who are encouraged to bring the book bags they received through the Friends of Moffat County Education’s 13-3 Book Project.

Fire trucks will be on site for the event, which is sponsored by Craig Fire/Rescue and Sandrock Elementary School.

Children must be accompanied by parents or guardians.

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