Colorado Northwestern Community College President Ron Granger’s leadership came into question once again Monday at the Moffat County Affiliated Junior College District Board of Control meeting in Craig.
It was a cool early morning when the group of about 15 students and teachers met at CNCC’s Craig campus for a safety briefing before setting out into an area of BLM-managed land where bright green sediment has been exposed by years of wind, sun, and rain. The sediments could contain a dozen or more fossilized sea turtles and other creatures — pieces of which were visible on the ground within minutes of CNCC’s arrival Saturday.
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.
Moffat County residents were in a giving mood Friday, Sept. 13 as they turned out to Yampa Valley Bank to help Moffat County United Way kick off its 2020 campaign.
GOAL Academy High School has been selected by Microsoft as a Microsoft Showcase School for their "excellence in demonstrated student outcomes resulting from their commitment to educational transformation," according to a news release from the school.
He sleeps under the stars most nights when he’s in the middle of nowhere.
The second annual Thrive Together Women’s Leadership Summit takes place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 4 at The Steamboat Grand, featuring a variety of breakout sessions, workshops and speakers, all open to a...
Colorado Northwestern Community College announced that it is pursuing a competitive electronic sports program under the athletic department with an aim to begin competing by fall 2020.
Dinosaur enthusiasts now have an official plan of study to pursue at Colorado Northwestern Community College. The current fall semester has marked the first term in which CNCC has offered an associate's of science degree with a paleontology plan of study, and the program has already started attracting students from all over the country.
A free Family Fun Night starts at 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14 at Calvary Baptist Church, 1050 Yampa Ave., complete with a cookout, games and a family movie. For more information, call 970-824-5222 or visit calvarycraig.org.
We have good news to start the school year and yet another reason to choose Moffat County School District! Our district earned the rating of Performance (Accredited) from the Colorado Department of Education for the 2018-19 school year! This is the third year in a row our students and staff have earned this rating!
Whether it's a big splash of every conceivable color, the darkness of the Batman logo or a favorite cartoon character in a new light, Moffat County High School seniors will see something unique to them as they pull their car into the parking lot this school year.
Free health screenings for children 5 and younger will be available during the Wild About Wellness Children's Health Fair hosted by Connections 4 Kids.
Steamboat’s toxic cave is home to weird worms, crystal-forming bacteria and now, possibly, a National Natural Landmark
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The air inside is deadly. It has one-of-a-kind worms that survive in a mix of elements that is toxic to humans. Gooey bacteria drip from the ceiling, as crystals of gypsum are slowly forming, and it’s right under our feet.
A statewide program for educators could be a valuable investment with no money down. Economic Literacy Colorado is offering free teacher training courses for its fall Stock Market Experience, set to launch Monday, Sept. 9....
September is “Harry Potter” month at Moffat County Libraries.
As I get ready for my first Getting Ahead in a Just-Gettin’-By World class, I am reminded of the strength and resilience of our fellow community members. I am reminded of how often we try to make changes in our lives, hoping the changes will work. And I am reminded of how important it is to support people as they strive for change in their lives.
A free lecture series provided by University of Colorado School of Medicine and Colorado Northwestern Community College will take place in Craig in the coming weeks.
There was plenty of brain power inside Colorado Northwestern Community College’s library Thursday, Aug. 29 as officials from across the Centennial State gathered for a community leader discussion. The discussion was organized, in part, by...
As the new school year starts in full swing, so too do Moffat County School District's new faculty and staff, who bring unique perspectives about their roles as educators. There are more than 20 new additions to MCSD professional staff with many coming from various parts of the country to offer their expertise from different education fields.