Tag Archives: high school

High School Volleyball Referees Needed

Like a lot of other states in the country, there aren’t enough sports officials in Colorado to cover all the High School games. Due to the shortage, schedules for next season have had to be altered to ensure officials would be available for all games. To address the shortage, the officials’ organization for Colorado High Schools, has developed classes for those interested in becoming a sports official. A class for Continue reading

Ex Steamboat Teacher Arrested Again

A Steamboat Springs man, currently awaiting sentencing for felony theft, was arrested yesterday on the suspicion that he stole a dirt bike.  Dustin Dike, who was a teacher at Steamboat Springs High School when he was arrested on the original charges last year, is believed to have stolen the dirt bike from a local business in the area. After police found the dirt bike on his property, Dike was Continue reading

Graduation Times For MOCO, Meeker and SoRoCo

Graduation ceremonies are taking place this weekend across Northwest Colorado. The Moffat County High School graduation will be held Saturday at 10 in the High School Gym. Doors will open at 8. Due to parking Continue reading

State Track Meet Postponed To Saturday And Sunday

The Colorado State Track and Field Championships have been postponed until tomorrow and Sunday due to snow. The Colorado High School Athletic Association made the decision yesterday to delay the event, because the weather created unsafe competition conditions at Continue reading

Volunteers Needed For After Prom Party

Volunteers are needed to work the Moffat County High School After Prom Party this weekend in Craig. Workers can volunteer for any amount Continue reading

Mercy Rule For CO High School Basketball

Colorado high school basketball games could be a little shorter next season under a new rule passed by the Colorado High School Activities Association. CHSAA Members voted to implement a basketball mercy rule by a vote of 59 to 11, earlier this week. The mercy rule would Continue reading

Submit Art For Congressional Competition

Congressman Scott Tipton has announced his office is now accepting entries for the 2017 Congressional Art Competition. High school students are eligible to Continue reading

Register For Citizens Police Academy

The Steamboat Springs Police Department is offering a Citizens’ Police Academy to residents interested in enhancing their knowledge of local law enforcement. The inaugural class will be held April 26th through June 28th, on Wednesdays from 6 to 9. Each session will be taught by volunteer police department personnel. Participants must be 21 years or older, possess a high school reading and writing level, and be able Continue reading

Trail Closures On Howelsen Hill

Trails will be closed on Howelsen Hill tomorrow, to accommodate the Nordic and Alpine Skiing, Colorado High School State Championships.  Over 140 of the best Colorado high school skiers will be in the area to participate. The athletes will be using the Howelsen Nordic Trails for the races.  Rodeo Loop, Continue reading

State Wrestling Starts Thursday On KRAI

The High School State Wrestling Tournament gets underway Thursday afternoon.   26 wrestlers from Moffat, Routt and Rio Blanco Counties will compete for medals.  7 head into the tournament as regional champions.  11 are 2nd place finishers.  Dennis and Anton Fredrickson, both former state champions, will again broadcast the action live on 93.7 102.3 KRAI and online at KRAI.COM.  The three day broadcast will begin at 2:40 Thursday afternoon.  Wrestling gets underway at 3.  You’ll find the complete broadcast schedule and a link to the brackets below.  To sponsor the KRAI State Wrestling broadcast contact KRAI at 824-6574. Continue reading

Area Wrestlers Excel At Regional Tourneys

Moffat County upset the number 3 ranked 3A team, Centauri, by decisively winning the regional wrestling tournament in Buena Vista over the weekend.  11 Bulldog wrestlers placed at the tournament.  8 of them will advance to the State Tournament which gets underway this Thursday Continue reading

Garfield County High Schools Closed After Threat

Officials closed Roaring Fork, Glenwood Springs and Basalt high schools Thursday morning after the schools were alerted by the Carbondale Police Department that an 18-year-old student had threatened violence against a school on social media.  While the threat was anonymous, the IP address was traced to the Carbondale area.  As a Continue reading