Vehement community feedback leads to more discussion for Moffat County School Board on Yampa Building issue
Emotions were high during a Moffat County School District Board of Education meeting Thursday, June 20.
A mosquito caught by Moffat County’s weed and pest control division has tested positive for West Nile virus. Jesse Schroeder, the county’s weed and pest control manager, said a mosquito caught near the South Beach...
Things are going swimmingly for a recent graduate of Colorado Northwestern Community College.
Just when we were focusing on the READ Act and its importance for success in life, we find that entrance into some colleges will include an evaluation of the applicant’s school and community environment. The College Board controversy has been widely discussed in news articles over the past month. In case you missed it here are some highlights.
The Yampa Building remains in possession of Moffat County School District for now.
His journal spoke of the journey in painted language, of the nightly heavens hovering over towering canyons, of disastrous setbacks at the hands of Colorado’s raging rivers. He bounced his voice off Dinosaur National Monument’s canyon walls at Echo Park, giving the park its name and its place on an accurate map for the first time more than a century ago.
thwest Colorado Health and the Humble Ranch Education and Therapy Center will host a free one-day camp for children and teens who have lost a parent.
Moffat County commissioners are working with regional and local public health officials to update outdated emergency preparedness plans.
Proposed treatment center at Moffat County School District Yampa Building expected to attract out-of-town patients
Memorial Regional Health’s proposed substance abuse treatment center would draw patients to Craig from other parts of the state, according to email correspondence about the project.
Blue skies, soft terrain lend to running conditions for Friends of Moffat County Education’s Wake the Whittler 5K
Harriers of all ages got in motion Saturday morning as part of Friends of Moffat County Education's Wake the Whittler.
Craig residents and civic leaders are challenging the Colorado Northwestern Community College and the Colorado Community College System state board to step up their involvement in the local economy.
Senior citizens at Sunset Meadows I in Craig aren’t letting their age stop them from enjoying some digital fun.
Memorial Regional Health received a $2,500 grant this spring from the Colorado Garden Foundation to partner with Boys & Girls Club of Craig and create, plant, and maintain a community garden for Moffat County children during the summer of 2019.
Colorado Northwestern Community College and Moffat County High School will be hosting basic welding classes starting Tuesday, June 18.
"The Greatest Show on Earth" may be a bit of an overstatement, but Saturday night was certainly "The Greatest Show in Craig" for the audience of one of the area's dance troupes.
Up and at ’em: Get in early morning run with Friends of Moffat County Education Wake the Whittler 5K
The annual Wake the Whittler 5K and One-Mile Fun Run takes place Saturday, June 15 at Loudy-Simpson Park leading up to the final day of Whittle the Wood Rendezvous.
The Moffat County Rural School reunion will take place at 11 a.m. June 15 at the Luttrell Barn, 411 Emerson St.
It is amazing to me that another year has come and gone for our students and staff. Before we move too far into the summer, I want to be sure and take an opportunity to thank everyone for a great 2018-19 school year! We have much to celebrate!
Craig chapter of Daughters of American Revolution celebrates 10 years, progress on preserving historic schoolhouse
A piece of Moffat County history is slowly but surely clawing its way back from the effects of decades of neglect thanks to the Augusta Wallihan Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Moffat County will host interpretive hikes with the National Park Service to celebrate the 150th anniversary of John Wesley Powell reaching the confluence of the Yampa and Green rivers.