KRAI News for Thursday, Oct. 10, 2018

Craig Police are asking for help from the public in finding a suspect that has a warrant out for his arrest. 64-year-old Peter Engel has dual contempt charges related to violation of bail bond conditions for driving under the influence with multiple prior offenses. Engel is 6’3” with brown hair. Call Craig Police if you have any in formation, at 970-824-8111.

 

 

 

The last fire restrictions have been lifted in Northwest Colorado, by the BLM and Routt National Forest. That means there are no more fire restrictions in the city of Steamboat Springs and unincorporated Routt County, and also in Moffat County. The recent rain has allowed the Ryan and Silver Creek wildfires to transition back to local U.S. Forest Service control. Wet weather will continue through tonight.

It is National Fire Prevention Week. Steamboat Fire Captain Michael Arce, and Firefighter Paramedic Marnie Smith say to, “Look, listen, and learn,” and to be aware because fire can happen anywhere. Today’s focus is on Cooking Safety.

They add to look for places fire can start, listen for the sound of a smoke alarm and always know two ways to get out of a room.

Moffat County High School may be getting a new marquee at the base of the hill where the school sits on Finley Lane. It could cost between $30,000 and $40,000 dollars. St. John’s Greek Orthodox Church has started the fundraising efforts with a check for $600, donated to the high school.

The Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival has been scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 20. It will be at the Wyman Living History Museum. There will be activities for all ages. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Craig Youth Hockey Association is still looking for more hockey players. There is a Try Hockey for Free Day on Saturday. It’s from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Moffat County Ice Arena. Find out more at www.CraigYouthHockey.com

In Sports…

The Moffat County High School volleyball team lost in three sets to Grand Junction Central Tuesday night. The Bulldog team was dressed in all pink for Pink Night and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Ebawnee Smercina went one step further and donated 16-inch pigtail braids to Wigs for Kids, which is a non-profit that provides hairpieces for kids who have lost their hair because of cancer. The volleyball team is 5-11 on the season. They’re off to Parachute to face the Grand Valley Cardinals on Saturday.

The Junior Bulldogs Fall Cheer Clinic is coming up next week at the high school. It is for cheerleaders in pre-K through 6th grade. It’s hosted by the Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School cheerleaders. After the clinic, the group will perform at halftime at the Bulldog Varsity football game on Oct. 19. To register, call 970-620-3056.

Also today, the Moffat County High School cross country team is competing in the Rifle Invitational. The high school soccer team is hosting Grand Valley at 4 p.m. today.

For the weather, don’t forget to call the KRAI Time, Temp, and Weather Hotline at 970-824-1918.

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