Bridget Manley is a graduate of Colorado Christian University, where she earned a bachelor's in Arts and English. She graduated from Hayden High School in 2003. Outside of the newspaper, she enjoys sketching, playing guitar and writing poetry.
Author chronicles ancestor's journey in Northwest Colorado
Dorothy Wickenden, executive editor of The New Yorker, will be the featured guest at a free book signing from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Museum of Northwest Colorado in Craig.
Dennis Jones, Craig/Fire Rescue battalion chief, confirmed late Saturday night a fire burning on land owned by Colowyo Coal Co. had been contained.
Dennis Jones, Craig/Fire Rescue battalion chief, confirmed late Saturday night that a fire burning on land owned by Colowyo Coal Co. had been contained.
When asked how she spends her free time, Jean White laughed. “Well, first of all, I don’t have free time,” the Colorado state senator from Hayden said. “But if I did, I have a little bit of an artistic bent to me and … I enjoy just practicing watercolor painting and other types of art.”
A fire first reported as two acres Tuesday about 10 miles west of Craig is thought to have burned roughly 2,000 acres and prompted evacuations in the Westview Subdivision.
As the music started late Saturday afternoon at Loudy-Simpson Park, a few bold dancers stepped out onto the grass. Before long, a crowd had gathered in front of the stage, swaying singly or in pairs as Alter Eagles: The Definitive Eagles Tribute performed for a crowd that covered the lawn.
Steamboat Springs businessman Scott Cook, owner of Cook Chevrolet, said new finance regulations are hindering him in the marketplace.
As Tuesday morning wore on, the line would only grow longer as an estimated 2,000 people gathered to catch a glimpse of the first presidential candidate ever to visit Craig.
Opening day creates interest from Craig and beyond
Monday was opening day for a new Norman Rockwell exhibit featuring all 323 covers the American artist illustrated for the Saturday Evening Post magazine throughout almost five decades.
Encased in light plastic to protect it during its long journey from Stockbridge, Mass., was Norman Rockwell’s “Spirit of Education,” an original painting on loan from the Norman Rockwell Museum, and the crown jewel of the museum’s most expensive exhibit to date.