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History in Focus: A mascot — An identity

September 13, 2019

There are 806 high schools in the United States that claim “Bulldogs” as their mascot. According to mascotDB.com, “Bulldogs” is the third most common nickname for high schools and universities. For being situated in such a unique region of our nation, Moffat County High School has a most common mascot.




Moffat County wrestling calls up Tyler Seislove as new head coach

September 12, 2019

The Moffat County High School wrestling program has seen significant changes in the past several years, with seniors who will compete this winter seeing a new head coach every season. And, though, the new hire will make that four for four, he will also be a familiar face for many grapplers.






Parks and Wildlife Commission meets in Rifle

September 8, 2019

Margaret Taylor, Assistant Director for Captial, Parks, and Trails for Colorado Parks and Wildlife presents an analysis to the CPW Commission during the commissions Sept. meeting held in Rifle at Colorado Mountain College’s Rifle cmapus Thursday and Friday. Kyle Mills / Post Independent




Moffat County volleyball earns solid shots vs. West Grand

September 5, 2019

Moffat County High School volleyball dug deep while on the road Tuesday night but couldn’t quite come back when they needed momentum. MCHS fell in four sets in Kremmling, having bright spots and struggles alike...


Moffat County golfers bring down scores at home event

September 5, 2019

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — On his second shot on hole 18, Steamboat Springs senior golfer Tommy Henninger walked right up to the ball and swung. His father, watching on, shook his head, surprised his son didn’t...