KRAI News for Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Clinton Ginther Mugshot

A Craig man was arrested earlier this month, and jailed on multiple charges. 36-year-old Clinton David Ginther was charged with  first-degree burglary, third-degree assault, violation of bail bonds, violation of bail bond conditions, violation of a restraining order, and domestic violence. It had to do with a disturbance call at a home on Russell Street, and he wasn’t supposed to be there. An arrest affidavit says Ginther left the area, but police found him in an alley, and his eyes were closed. He had been sprayed in the face with some sort of self-defense spray, after a woman in the house found him hiding in the basement. There were also four restraining orders in place against Ginther. He is still in jail on $20,000 in total bonds. He has a court date today.

 

Craig City Council meets tonight. On the agenda is a fiber optic cable easement agreement with the Yampa Valley Electric Association. Council will also be finalizing plans to accept a large grant from Great Outdoors Colorado to improve Breeze Park. The meeting is at 6:30 tonight at City Hall.

Moffat County libraries are having a fundraiser. It’s a silent auction. Items are on display at the library. 

That’s Keisha Bicksford with Moffat County Libraries. She says they were looking for a creative way to raise money. 

Bicksford says to call the library for more details and to get a bidder number. The phone number is 970-824-5116, ext. zero.

A Casper, Wyoming, man died over the weekend, when his car rolled on I-25. Wyoming Highway Patrol says cell phone use is being investigated as a contributing factor. 37 people have died in 2019 on Wyoming’s highways, which compares to 22 people at this time last year.

The Moffat County Tourism Association board meets tomorrow afternoon. On the agenda… the board will discuss changes to the job description for the executive director. The board will also look over and sign the annual conflict of interest agreement. That meeting is at 3 p.m. tomorrow, on the second floor of the Bank of Colorado.

The Yampa Valley Bar & Grill at the golf course is opening up for lunch and dinner April 13. It’s under new management with Cherissee Smith. Board members have redone much of the bar and eating area. Smith hopes to have a 50th anniversary celebration of the restaurant at the golf course over Memorial Day.

Moffat County High School track teams took sixth overall at a track meet in Grand Junction over the weekend. The girls 4×800 meter relay took first place. The four with gold medals in that event are Stephenie Swindler, Halle Hamilton, Kelsey McDiffett, and Emaleigh Papierski. The track team is back at Stocker Stadium for the Fruita Monument Phil Wertman Invite this Friday.

 An informational meeting for the new Craig Soccer Club is Tuesday night. There will be two four-week sessions in May and June, for players ages nine through 14. The meeting is at 6 p.m. tomorrow at CNCC, in Room 175. If you have any questions, call 970-870-1520.

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

 

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