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John Vandelinder joined the Craig Daily Press in August 2007. He graduated from Palm Beach Community College with communications degree, and has won several awards as a baseball play-by-play broadcaster. Now, he's trying his hand in the print form of journalism, a field he says he "loves way better" than radio. In his free time, he enjoys golfing, as well as reading and watching crime novels and shows. And sports, of course.
Craig resident Jake Goodwin scored his second career 300 game Thursday.
Moffat County senior Thomas Noble drained a 3-pointer with 6.2 seconds left in regulation Tuesday night, giving the Bulldogs their first win against the rival Sailors in four years, 41-38. It was the second consecutive loss for the Steamboat Springs High School boys team.
Moffat County used a stingy fourth-quarter defense to pull away from the visiting Sailors on Tuesday, handing MCHS coach Craig Mortensen his 500th win with a 42-30 victory.
Moffat County shut out in Kremmling, clinches first-round home game
The Moffat County Bulldog Hockey Club clinched a first-round home playoff series Sunday in Kremmling, but it didn't happen the way coach Gene Carson said he wanted.
An investigation into a single-engine plane crash Monday that claimed the lives of a Steamboat Springs couple will be delayed until after Christmas, said K.C. Hume, Moffat County Sheriff's Office investigator.
Parade of lights works its way through Craig
Call it official - the holiday season is here. Bellies still full from Thanksgiving Day feasts and Thanksgiving leftovers, residents of Craig lined the city streets Saturday night to usher in the season's next big day.
Each Tuesday, the Craig Daily Press will review the past week in Moffat County sports, with complete team and individual statistics, along with a team schedule and results.
Craig resident Dixie Osmun wasn't expecting it.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team lost to Moffat County High School by a score of 62-19 on Tuesday night in Craig, in both team's Western Slope League opener.
Steamboat boys win shootout in Moffat County, 53-38
By the end of the first quarter, the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team held a two-point lead against rival Moffat County High School on Tuesday night in Craig.