The Harlem Wizards show basketball program visited Craig Thursday, Nov. 14 as a fundraiser for Sandrock Elementary School PAC, with a team of Moffat County School District employees and Craig officials facing off against the group on the gym floor of Moffat County High School.
Somewhere over the rainbow, at the end of a pathway made from yellow bricks, Moffat County High School's drama department brings forth a magical adventure.
With a smooth start, a rocky road midway through and a finish that was their most trying game yet this year, it’s been a varied season for Moffat County High School football. Yet, through it...
STERLING — Though clear skies and a relaxing breeze were prevalent on the Eastern plains of Colorado, the situation was anything but tranquil on the field of the Sterling Tigers, as the visiting Moffat County...
It’s not unusual for a handful of kids in downtown Craig to cover up their Halloween costumes with winter coats just as a precaution for the brisk autumn weather. This year, those dressing warm were...
It was one of the longest days Moffat County High School volleyball players have experienced this season, but by the end of Saturday, the effort was worth it all.
The annual festival of fall family fun that makes up the Wyman Living History Museum's pumpkin patch did not disappoint Saturday.
Whatever happens from here, it’s officially a winning season for Moffat County High School football. The Bulldog gridiron gang moved to 5-2 Friday night with their last home game of the regular season, a 27-20...
A learn-by-doing methodology was on display Friday at the Loudy-Simpson Park pond as Moffat County High School science students learned quickly whether or not they had a future in engineering.
With no fewer than 10 total combined turnovers on the night, you can’t say the defensive effort between Moffat County High School and Aspen didn’t make for an exciting Homecoming spectacle. However, one side’s offense...
Moffat County High School students and staff and fellow community members were certainly going places Friday as the MCHS Homecoming parade hit the streets with floats, marchers and more celebrating Bulldog pride under the theme "Oh, the Places You'll Go."
The calendar may still say fall, but with Craig Middle School already edging into winter activities with the kickoff of the boys basketball season, the first round of CMS sports are already done.
Before the stands fill up Friday for the Homecoming varsity football game at the Moffat County High School Bulldog Proving Grounds, the gridiron already stood a test of temerity with athletes wearing far less padding.
As they continue to stay the course this season, Moffat County High School cross country athletes beat a familiar path Saturday.
After a laundry list of issues on the road, Colorado Northwestern Community College soccer teams were more than happy to be back at home Saturday, even if it wound up being one of their most exhausting set of games.
Perhaps it was a coincidence that the Bulldogs' hardest-fought, most thrilling game this year came during Military Appreciation Night, but with red, white and blue decals on their helmets and camouflage jerseys, Moffat County High School athletes did the nation proud.
Craig Middle School's fall sports programs had a hectic day Tuesday with home events against rivals Steamboat Springs for football and volleyball.
Despite a dwindling number on the field Thursday, Moffat County High School boys soccer didn’t settle to go out without at least one highlight play. MCHS fell 10-1 to Basalt in a game that kept...
With Moffat County High School varsity football yet to compete on their own home field, the Bulldog Proving Grounds have nonetheless already hosted a pair of MoCo victories this season.
Even with weather being less than cooperative, Craig residents of all ages were loud and proud in their celebration of the signing of the United States Constitution.